Melissa Mialon
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A proposed approach to systematically identify and monitor the corporate political activity of the food industry with respect to public health using publicly available information
M Mialon, B Swinburn, G Sacks
Obesity reviews 16 (7), 519-530, 2015
Alcohol industry involvement in policymaking: a systematic review
J McCambridge, M Mialon, B Hawkins
Addiction 113 (9), 1571-1584, 2018
An overview of the commercial determinants of health
M Mialon
Globalization and health 16, 1-7, 2020
Alcohol industry corporate social responsibility initiatives and harmful drinking: a systematic review
M Mialon, J McCambridge
The European Journal of Public Health 28 (4), 664-673, 2018
Public health and the ultra-processed food and drink products industry: corporate political activity of major transnationals in Latin America and the Caribbean
M Mialon, F da Silva Gomes
Public health nutrition 22 (10), 1898-1908, 2019
Analysis of the corporate political activity of major food industry actors in Fiji
M Mialon, B Swinburn, J Wate, I Tukana, G Sacks
Globalization and health 12, 1-14, 2016
Systematic examination of publicly-available information reveals the diverse and extensive corporate political activity of the food industry in Australia
M Mialon, B Swinburn, S Allender, G Sacks
BMC public health 16, 1-13, 2016
Globalization, first-foods systems transformations and corporate power: a synthesis of literature and data on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food …
P Baker, K Russ, M Kang, TM Santos, PAR Neves, J Smith, G Kingston, ...
Globalization and health 17 (1), 58, 2021
Mechanisms for addressing and managing the influence of corporations on public health policy, research and practice: a scoping review
M Mialon, S Vandevijvere, A Carriedo-Lutzenkirchen, L Bero, F Gomes, ...
BMJ open 10 (7), e034082, 2020
Alcohol industry involvement in science: A systematic review of the perspectives of the alcohol research community
J McCambridge, M Mialon
Drug and alcohol review 37 (5), 565-579, 2018
‘I had never seen so many lobbyists’: food industry political practices during the development of a new nutrition front-of-pack labelling system in Colombia
M Mialon, DAG Charry, G Cediel, E Crosbie, FB Scagliusi, EMP Tamayo
Public health nutrition 24 (9), 2737-2745, 2021
Analysis of corporate political activity strategies of the food industry: evidence from France
M Mialon, J Mialon
Public health nutrition 21 (18), 3407-3421, 2018
The policy dystopia model adapted to the food industry: the example of the Nutri-Score saga in France
M Mialon, C Julia, S Hercberg
World Nutrition 9 (2), 109-120, 2018
‘Maximising shareholder value’: a detailed insight into the corporate political activity of the Australian food industry
M Mialon, B Swinburn, S Allender, G Sacks
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 41 (2), 165-171, 2017
Comparison of food industry policies and commitments on marketing to children and product (re) formulation in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji
G Sacks, M Mialon, S Vandevijvere, H Trevena, W Snowdon, M Crino, ...
Critical public health 25 (3), 299-319, 2015
Commercial determinants of health: future directions
S Friel, J Collin, M Daube, A Depoux, N Freudenberg, AB Gilmore, ...
The Lancet 401 (10383), 1229-1240, 2023
Defining priorities for action and research on the commercial determinants of health: a conceptual review
N Freudenberg, K Lee, K Buse, J Collin, E Crosbie, S Friel, DE Klein, ...
American Journal of Public Health 111 (12), 2202-2211, 2021
“The architecture of the state was transformed in favour of the interests of companies”: corporate political activity of the food industry in Colombia
M Mialon, DA Gaitan Charry, G Cediel, E Crosbie, F Baeza Scagliusi, ...
Globalization and health 16, 1-16, 2020
Conceptualising commercial entities in public health: beyond unhealthy commodities and transnational corporations
J Lacy-Nichols, S Nandi, M Mialon, J McCambridge, K Lee, A Jones, ...
The Lancet 401 (10383), 1214-1228, 2023
Non-communicable disease governance in the era of the sustainable development goals: a qualitative analysis of food industry framing in WHO consultations
K Lauber, R Ralston, M Mialon, A Carriedo, AB Gilmore
Globalization and health 16, 1-15, 2020
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