Critchlow, N., Moodie, C., & Houghton, F. (2022). Brand sharing between alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic offerings: a challenge to Ireland’s restrictions on alcohol advertising. Irish Journal of Medical Science. In November 2022, it will be 3 years since Sect. 14 of Ire- land’s Public Health (Alcohol) Act made it an offence to advertise alcohol Read More →

Goodwin, I. (2022). Programmatic alcohol advertising, social media and public health: algorithms, automated challenges to regulation, and the failure of public oversight. International Journal of Drug Policy, 109. Abstract Ongoing partnerships between transnational alcohol corporations and global social media platforms have transformed alcohol advertising in ways that undermine existing marketing regulations and threaten all Read More →

Hoe, C., Weiger, C., Minosa, M. K. R., Alonso, F., koon, A. D., & Cohen, J. E. (2022). Strategies to expand corporate autonomy by the tobacco, alcohol and sugar-sweetened beverage industry: a scoping review of reviews. Globalization and Health, 18(17).  Background Noncommunicable diseases contribute to over 70% of global deaths each year. Efforts to Read More →

Dumbili, E. W., Nelson, E. E. (2022). Sexualized alcohol marketing, precarious work and gendered sexual risks: explorations of women beer promoters in Benin City, Nigeria. ABSTRACT The alcohol industry in Nigeria uses sophisticated marketing strategies to influence drinking, and alcohol marketing regulations do not exist. This study examined the alcohol industry’ strategy of using young Read More →

McCambridge, J., Garry, J., Kypri, K., & Hastings, G. (2022). “Using information to shape perception”: tobacco industry documents study of the evolution of Corporate Affairs in the Miller Bewwing Company”. Globalization and Health, 18(52), 1-14. Abstract Background  The Miller Brewing Company (MBC) was wholly owned by Phillip Morris (PM), between 1970 and 2002. Tobacco industry Read More →

Petticrew, M., Maani, N., Pettigre, L., Rutter, H., & van Schalkwyk, M. C. (2020). Dark Nudges and Sludge in Big Alcohol: Behavioral Economics, Cognitive Biases, and Alcohol Industry Corporate Social Responsibility.  Context: “Nudges” and other behavioral economic approaches exploit common cognitive biases (systematic errors in thought processes) in order to influence behavior and decision-making. Nudges Read More →