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Our Forum Speakers suggest the following additional resources on NCDs and corporate practices:


Jeff Collin suggests:

Collin, J., Hill, S. E., Eltanani, M. K., Plotnikova, E., Ralston, R., & Smith, K. E. (2017). Can public health reconcile profits and pandemics? An analysis of attitudes to commercial sector engagement in health policy and research. PLoS ONE, 12(9),1–13.

Collin, J., & Casswell, S. (2016). Alcohol and the Sustainable Development Goals. The Lancet, 387(10038),2582–2583.

Collin, J., (2012). Tobacco control, global health policy and development: towards policy coherence in global governance. Tobacco Control, 21(2),274-280.


Paula Johns suggests:

Civil Society Report on the Situation of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases in Brazil. (2014) This report aims to assess the implementation of the national plan for tackling NCDs, from the perspective of civil society, focusing on actions proposed along the Health Promotion Axis.

www.ojoioeotrigo.com.br  Investigative journalists page, some articles available in English.


Neena Prasad suggests:

Papers on Impact of sugary beverage taxes from Mexico and Berkeley (some funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies):

Colchero MA, Popkin BM, Rivera JA, Ng SW.(2016).  Beverage purchases from stores in Mexico under the excise tax on sugar sweetened beverages: observational study.BMJ. 352.

Colchero MA, Rivera-Dommarco J, Popkin BM, Ng SW. (2017). In Mexico, Evidence Of Sustained Consumer Response Two Years After Implementing A Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax. Health Affairs. 2017; 36(3):564-71.

Silver LD, Ng SW, Ryan-Ibarra S, Taillie LS, Induni M, Miles DR, et al. Changes in prices, sales, consumer spending, and beverage consumption one year after a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages in Berkeley, California, US: A before-and-after study. PLOS Medicine. 2017; 14(4):e1002283.

Falbe J, Thompson HR, Becker CM, Rojas N, McCulloch CE, Madsen KA.(2016)  Impact of the Berkeley Excise Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption. American Journal of Public Health. e1-e7.


Nicholas Freudenberg suggests:

Corporations and Health Watch- Tracking the Effects of Corporate Practices on Health http://www.corporationsandhealth.org/

Freudenberg N. (2014) Lethal but Legal Corporations, Consumption and Protecting Public Health. Oxford University Press, Paperback, 2016.

 Freudenberg N. (2012) The manufacture of lifestyle: The role of corporations in unhealthy living. Journal of public health policy. 33(2):244-56.

McKee M, Stuckler D. (2018) Revisiting the corporate and commercial determinants of health. American Journal of Public Health. 108(9):1167-70.