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October 2023 Eduardo J. Gómez, Nason Maani, Sandro Galea,
Understanding the political and social conditions needed for government to establish corporate incentive structures designed to improve health. More
April 2023 Nicholas Freudenberg,
The commercial determinants of health (CDH) framework can inform public health policy, practice, and research in ways that contribute to overcoming the world’s most serious public health challenges. More
May 2022 Alex C. Liber,
Context: The effects of commerce on the public health are omnipresent. The commercial determinants of health (CDoH) represent a burgeoning area of… More
March 2021 Nason Maani, May CI Van Schalkwyk, Mark Petticrew, Sandro Galea,
The United States finds itself amid three concurrent and interrelated crises. First, at the time of writing, the United States has reported more than… More
September 2020 Mark Petticrew, Nason Maani, Luisa Pettigrew, Harry Rutter, May CI Van Schalkwyk,
Context: “Nudges” and other behavioral economic approaches exploit common cognitive biases (systematic errors in thought processes) in order to… More
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