*Prepared when Institute faculty were based at the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College
Freudenberg N, Cohen N, Poppendieck J, Willingham C. Ten Years of Food Policy Governance in New York City: Lessons for the Next Decade, 45 Fordham Urb. L.J. 951 (2018). Available at: ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ulj/vol45/iss4/2
Freudenberg, N., Willingham, C., & Cohen, N. (2018). The Role of Metrics in Food Policy: Lessons from a Decade of Experience in New York City. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(B), 191-209. https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2018.08B.009
Ilieva, R.T. and McPhearson, T. (2018) Social Media Data for Urban Sustainability, Nature Sustainability, DOI: 10.1038/s41893-018-0153-6
Rosenberg N, Cohen N. Let Them Eat Kale: The Misplaced Narrative of Food Access. 45 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1091 (2018). Available at: ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ulj/vol45/iss4/5
Abraido-Lanza AF, Echeverria SE, Florez R. Latino immigrants, acculturation and health: Promising new directions in research. Annual Review of Public Health. 2016 March; 37:219-36.
Baum FE, Sanders DM, Fisher M, Anaf J, Freudenberg N, Friel S, Labonté R, London L, Monteiro C, Scott-Samuel A, Sen A. Assessing the health impact of transnational corporations: its importance and a framework. Global Health. 2016 Jun 15;12(1):27.
Delobelle P, Sanders D, Puoane T, Freudenberg N. Reducing the Role of the Food, Tobacco, and Alcohol Industries in Noncommunicable Disease Risk in South Africa. Health Educ Behav. 2016 Apr;43(1 Suppl):70S-81S.
Freudenberg N. Charting the Pathways of Power That Undermine Public Health. Am J Public Health. 2016 Jul;106(7):1160-2.
Freudenberg N. Healthy-food procurement: using the public plate to reduce food insecurity and diet-related diseases. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol. 2016 May;4(5):383-4.
Freudenberg N, Silver M, Hirsch L, Cohen N. 2016. The good food jobs nexus: A strategy for promoting health, employment, and economic development. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 2016; 6(2): 283–301.
Guarnaccia PJ, D’Alonzo K, Echeverría SE. Building a culture of health for Latino communities in New Jersey. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Center for State Health Policy, June 2016.
Marcus A, Echeverría SE, Passanante M, Holland B, Abraido-Lanza AF. The joint contribution of neighborhood poverty and social integration on mortality risk in the United States. Annals of Epi. 2016; 26(4):261-266.
Mongiello LL, Freudenberg N, Jones H, Spark A. Many College Students Underestimate Diabetes Risk. J Allied Health. 2016 Summer; 45(2):81-6.
Parra DC, de Sá TH, Monteiro CA, Freudenberg N. Automobile, construction and entertainment business sector influences on sedentary lifestyles. Health Promot Int. 2016 Aug 25. pii: daw073.
Smith K, Dorfman L, Freudenberg N, Hawkins B, Hilton S, Razum O, Weishaar H. Tobacco, Alcohol, and Processed Food Industries - Why Do Public Health Practitioners View Them So Differently? Front Public Health. 2016 Apr 11;4:64.
Tsui E. Pan de yuca and brown rice: The meanings of 'good' food for cooks working in publicly funded foodservice. Food, culture, and society. 2016; 19(2): 273-295.
Tsui E, Morillo A. How cooks navigate nutrition, hunger, and care in public sector foodservice settings. Public Health Nutrition. 2016; 19(5):946-54.
Velez-Valle E, Shendell D, Echeverría SE, Santorelli M. Type II diabetes emergency room visits associated with Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey: implications for preparedness. J of Env Hlth. July 2016.
Weishaar H, Dorfman L, Freudenberg N, Hawkins B, Smith K, Razum O, Hilton S. Why media representations of corporations matter for public health policy: a scoping review. BMC Public Health. 2016;16:899.
Atkinson S, Freudenberg N. What role for cities in food policy? Public Health. 2015 Apr;129(4):293-4.
Cohen N, Ilieva RT. Transitioning the food system: A strategic practice management approach for cities. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. 2015;17:1-19.
Cohen N, Reynolds K. Resource needs for a socially just and sustainable urban agriculture system: Lessons from New York City. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 2015;30(1):103-114.
Echeverría SE, Gundersen D, Manderski M, Delnevo C. Social norms and its correlates as a pathway to smoking among young Latino adults. Soc Sci Med. 2015 Jan; 124:187-195.
Freudenberg N, Atkinson S. Getting food policy on the Mayoral table: a comparison of two election cycles in New York and London. Public Health 2015; April, 129(4):295-302.
Freudenberg N, Franzosa E, Sohler N, Li R, Devlin H, Albu J. The State of Evaluation Research on Food Policies to Reduce Obesity and Diabetes Among Adultsin the United States, 2000-2011. Prev Chronic Dis. 2015 Oct 29;12:E182.
Leung MM, Fu H, Agaronov A, Freudenberg N. Diet-related determinants of childhood obesity in urban settings: a comparison between Shanghai and New York. Public Health. 2015;129(4):318-26.
Libman K, Freudenberg N, Sanders D, Puoane T, Tsolekile L. The role of urban food policy in preventing diet-related non-communicable diseases in Cape Town and New York. Public Health 2015; 129(4): 327-335.
Marcus A, Echeverría SE, Passanante M, Holland B, Abraido-Lanza AF. How neighborhood poverty structures types and levels of social integration. Am J Community Psychol. 2015; 56(1-2):134-144.
Samuel LJ, Dennison Himmelfarb CR, Seeman TE, Echeverria SE, Post W, Szklo M, Diez- Roux AV. Social engagement and chronic disease risk behaviors. Prev Med 2015 Feb;71:61-66.
Tsui EK, Wurwarg J, Poppendieck J, Deutsch J, Freudenberg N. Institutional food as a lever for improving health in cities: the case of New York City. Public Health 2015; April, 129(4): 303-309.
Cohen N, Reynolds K. Urban agriculture policy making in New York's "new political spaces": Strategizing for a participatory and representative system. J Plan Educ Res. 2014; 34(2):221-234.
Freudenberg N, Tsui E. Evidence, power, and policy change in community-based participatory research. Am J Public Health. 2014; 104(1):11-4.
Freudenberg N. Reducing inequalities in child obesity in developed nations: What do we know? What can we do? Rev Port SaúdePública [Review of Portuguese Public Health] 2013; 31(1):115–122.
Tsui EK, Deutsch J, Patinella S, Freudenberg N. Missed Opportunities for Improving Nutrition Through Institutional Food: The Case for Food Worker Training. Am J Public Health. 2013; 103(9):e14-20.2013
Freudenberg N. The manufacture of lifestyle: the role of corporations in unhealthy living. J Public Health Policy. 2012; 33(2):244-56.
Loureiro MI, Freudenberg N. Engaging municipalities in community capacity building for childhood obesity control in urban settings. Fam Pract. 2012; 29 Suppl 1:i24-30.
Tsui E, Bylander K, Cho M, Maybank A, Freudenberg N. Engaging youth in food activism in New York City: lessons learned from a youth organization, health department, and university partnership. J Urban Health. 2012; 89(5):809-27.
Cohen N, Derryck D. Corbin Hill Road farm share: A hybrid food value chain in practice. JAFSCD. 2011;1(4):85-100.
Freudenberg N, McDonough J, Tsui E. Can a Food Justice Movement Improve Nutrition and Health? A Case Study of the Emerging Food Movement in New York City. J Urban Health. 2011
Freudenberg N, Olden K. Getting serious about the prevention of chronic diseases. Prev Chronic Dis. 2011; 8(4):A90.
Freudenberg N, Tsui E. Training new community health, food service, and environmental protection workers could boost health, jobs, and growth. Health Aff (Millwood). 2011; 30(11):2098-106.
Cohen N. How great cities are fed revisited: Ten municipal policies to support the New York City foodshed. Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 2010;22:691.
Freudenberg N, Libman K, O'Keefe E. A Tale of Two ObesCities: The Role of Municipal Governance in Reducing Childhood Obesity in New York City and London. J Urban Health. 2010;87(5):755-770.
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Freudenberg N. Lethal but legal: Corporations, consumption and protecting the public health. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2014.
Freudenberg N, Galea S, Vlahov, D, eds. Cities and the health of the public. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press; 2006.
Poppendieck J. Free For All: Fixing School Food in America. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press; 2010.
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Poppendieck J. Breadlines knee deep in wheat: Food assistance in the Great Depression. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press; 1986.
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