Revision with unchanged content. Effective financing procedures of global public goods can only be found by examining them in different policy fields. This allows identifying field specific and general attributes that determine the applicability and success of future methods. Previous research in global public goods either focuses on the theoretical foundations or applies them to one specific field, but does not seek to answer the question why certain methods have more potential for one field than for another. The book focuses on two major fields of providing global public goods – the environment and health – and explores the key attributes. Through a comparative analysis I investigate common features and differences in the driving forces, political decision-making, possible methods of producing goods and ways of creating consensus. The research also identifies interdependencies across the levels of public good provision and between policy fields. The main findings include both universal (GPG-related) and sector specific conclusions. This book is primarily aimed at students and researchers in public policy, political, health and environmental sciences, as well as policymakers.