Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Steele M., Finucane F., Mialon M., Browne S. & Campbell N. Obesity, Public Health Ethics and the Nanny State. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health. 2021 [in press]
  2. Lee K., Freudenberg N., Zenone M., Smith J., Mialon M., Marten R., Madureira Lima J., Friel S., Eisenkraft Klein D., Crosbie E. & Buse K. Measuring the commercial determinants of health and disease: A proposed framework. International Journal of Health Services. 2021 [in press]
  3. Freudenberg N., Lee K., Buse K., Collin J., Crosbie E., Friel S., Eisenkraft Klein D., Madureira Lima J., Marten R., Mialon M. & Zenone M. Defining priorities for action and research on the commercial determinants of health: a conceptual review [Analytic essay]. American Journal of Public Health. 2021; [in press]
  4. Mialon M., Cediel G., Jaime P. & Baeza Scagliusi F. “A consistent stakeholder management process can guarantee the “social license to operate””: food industry political practices in Brazil. Cadernos de Saude Publica. 2021; [in press]
  5. Nunes Pereira T., da Silva Gomes F., Maranha Paes de Carvalho C., da Fonseca Leitão Duran A.C., Bortoletto Martins A.P., Kulik Hassan B., Indjaian Cruz J., Amaral Mais L., de Araujo Ferraz M., Mialon M., Johns P. & Moraes Bandeira L. Regulatory policies to protect adequate and healthy diets in Brazil: a 20-year assessment. Cadernos de Saude Publica. 2021; [in press]
  6. Pedroza-Tobias A., Crosbie E., Mialon M., Carriedo A. & Schmidt L.A. Food and Beverage Industry Interference in Science and Policy: Efforts to Block Soda Tax Implementation in Mexico and Prevent International Diffusion. BMJ Global Health. 2021;
  7. Duran A.C., Mialon M., Crosbie E., Jensen M., Harris J., Batis C., Corvalan C. & Smith Taillie L. Food environment solutions for childhood obesity in Latin America and among Latinos living in the United States. Obesity Reviews. [In Special Issue: “Childhood Obesity Prevention Across Borders: The Promise of US‐Latin American Research Collaboration”]. 2021;
  8. Baker P., Russ K., Kang M., Santos T.M., Neves P.A.R., Smith J., Kingston G., Mialon M., Lawrence M., Wood B., Moodie R., Clark D., Sievert K., Boatwright M. & McCoy D. Globalization, first-food systems transformations and corporate power: a synthesis of literature and data on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food industry. Globalization & Health. 2021;
  9. Mialon M., Ho M., Carriedo A., Ruskin G. & Crosbie E. Beyond nutrition and physical activity: Food industry shaping of the very principles of scientific integrity. Globalization & Health. 2021;
  10. Campbell N., Browne S., Claudy M., Mialon M., Hercberg S., Silva F. & Finucane F. The gift of data: Industry-led Food Reformulation and the Obesity Crisis in Europe. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing. 2020;
  11. Sacks G., Riesenberg D., Mialon M., Dean S. & Cameron A.J. The characteristics and extent of food industry involvement in peer-reviewed research articles from 10 leading nutrition-related journals in 2018. PLoS ONE. 2020;
  12. Mialon M., Jaramillo A., Caro P., Flores M., González L., Gutierrez-Gómez Y., Lay L., López-Arana S., López-Bautista F., Mata C., Moliterno P., Palomares L., Páramo K., Rauber F. & Rivas-Mariño G. Involvement of the food industry in nutrition conferences in Latin America and the Caribbean. Public Health Nutrition. 2020;
  13. Mialon M., Corvalan C., Cediel G., Baeza Scagliusi F. & Reyes M. Food industry influence on public health policy, research and practice in Chile: “the economy has always been the main concern”. Globalization & Health. 2020;
  14. Mialon M., Khandpur N., Amaral Mais L. & Bortoletto Martins A.P. ‘Freedom and responsibility’: An analysis of the discourse of trade associations during the development of a front-of-pack nutrition labelling policy in Brazil. Public Health Nutrition. 2020;
  15. Mialon M., Gaitan Charry D.A., Cediel G., Crosbie E., Baeza Scagliusi F. & Perez Tamayo E.M. “The architecture of the State was transformed in favour of the interests of companies”: corporate political activity of the food industry in Colombia. Globalization & Health. 2020;
  16. Lauber K., Ralston R., Mialon M., Carriedo A. & Gilmore A.B. Non-communicable disease governance in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals: a qualitative analysis of food industry framing in WHO consultations. Globalization & Health. 2020;  
  17. Mialon M., Gaitan Charry D.A., Cediel G., Crosbie E., Baeza Scagliusi F. & Perez Tamayo E.M. “I had never seen so many lobbyists”: food industry influence on the development of a new front-of-pack nutrition labelling in Colombia. Public Health Nutrition. 2020;
  18. Campbell N., Mialon M., Reilly K., Browne S. & Finucane F. How are frames generated? Insights from the industry lobby against the sugar tax in Ireland. Social Science and Medicine. 2020;
  19. Mialon M. An overview of the commercial determinants of health. Globalization & Health. 2020;
  20. Mialon M., Crosbie E. & Sacks G. Mapping of food industry strategies to influence public health policy, research and practice in South Africa. International Journal of Public Health. 2020;
  21. Ojeda E., Torres C., Carriedo A., Mialon M., Parekh N. & Orozco E. The influence of the sugar-sweetened beverage industry on public policies in Mexico. International Journal of Public Health. 2020;
  22. Mialon M., Vandevijvere S., Carriedo A., Bero L., Gomes F., Petticrew M., McKee M., Stuckler D. & Sacks G. Mechanisms for addressing and managing the influence of corporations on public health policy, research and practice: a scoping review. BMJ Open. [In BMJ Collection “Commercial influence in health: from transparency to independence”]. 2020;
  23. Tanrikulu H., Neri D., Robertson A. & Mialon M. Corporate political activity of the baby food industry: the example of Nestlé in the United States of America. International Breastfeeding Journal. 2020;
  24. Paixao M. & Mialon M. Help or Hindrance? The alcohol industry and alcohol control in Portugal. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. In Special Issue ‘Alcohol Policy and Public Health’. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019;
  25. Mialon M., Mialon J., Calixto Andrade G. & Moubarac J.C. ‘We must have a sufficient level of profitability’: food industry submissions to the French parliamentary inquiry on industrial food. Critical Public Health. 2019;  
  26. Mialon M. & Gomes F. Public health and the ultra-processed food and drink products industry: corporate political activity of major transnationals in Latin America and the Caribbean. Public Health Nutrition. 2019;
  27. Mialon M., Sêrodio P. & Scagliusi F. Criticism of the NOVA classification: who are the protagonists? World Nutrition. 2018;   
  28. Mialon M., Julia C. & Hercberg S. The policy dystopia model adapted to the food industry:  the example of the Nutri-Score saga in France. World Nutrition. 2018;
  29. Mialon M. & Mialon J. Analysis of corporate political activity strategies of the food industry: evidence from France. Public Health Nutrition. 2018;
  30. Mialon M. & McCambridge J. Alcohol industry corporate social responsibility initiatives and harmful drinking: a systematic review. European Journal of Public Health. 2018;
  31. McCambridge J. & Mialon, M. Alcohol industry involvement in science: A systematic review of the perspectives of the alcohol research community. Drug Alcohol Review. 2018;  
  32. McCambridge J., Mialon M. & Hawkins B. Alcohol industry involvement in policy making: A systematic review. Addiction. 2018; 
  33. Mialon M. & Mialon J. Corporate political activity of the dairy industry in France: an analysis of publicly available information. Public Health Nutrition. 2017;
  34. Mialon M., Swinburn B., Allender S. & Sacks G. ‘ Maximising shareholder value’: a detailed insight into the corporate political activity of the Australian food industry. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 2017; 
  35. Mialon M., Swinburn B., Allender S. & Sacks G. Systematic examination of publicly-available information reveals the diverse and extensive corporate political activity of the food industry in Australia. BMC Public Health. 2016;
  36. Mialon M., Swinburn B., Wate J., Tukana I. & Sacks G. Analysis of the corporate political activity of major food industry actors in Fiji. Globalisation and Health. 2016;  
  37. Mialon M., Swinburn B. & Sacks G. 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. Obesity Reviews. 2015;   
  38. Sacks G., Mialon M., Vandevijvere S., Trevena H., Snowdon W., Crino M. & Swinburn B. Comparison of food industry policies and commitments on marketing to children and product (re)formulation in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Critical Public Health. 2015;
  39. Mialon M., Tang Y., Singh A., Bae E. & Bhunia A. Effects of Preparation and Storage of Agar Media on the Sensitivity of Bacterial Forward Scattering Patterns. Open Journal of Applied Biosensor. 2012;

Other peer-reviewed work

  1. Mialon M. Big Food and Co: Food, alcohol, tobacco industries… how the pursuit of profit at all costs harms our health [French] [Book]. Thierry Souccar Editions. 2021. [in press]
  2. Mialon M., Anaf J. & Baum F. Learning from experience: Identifying key intervention points around corporate practices to improve health [Book chapter]. In: Commercial Determinants of Health. Edited by Maani N., Petticrew M. & Galea S. Oxford University Academic Press. 2022 [in press]
  3. Mialon M. Commercial determinants of health [French] [Book chapter]. In: “Social marketing and nudges”. Edited by Crié D. and K. Gallopel-Morvan K. EMS Management & Société. 2022. [in press]
  4. Buse K., Mialon M. & Jones A. Thinking Politically about UN Political Declarations: a recipe for healthier commitments – free of commercial interests [Commentary]. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 2021. 10.34172/ijhpm.2021.92
  5. Pérez Tamayo E.M., Cediel Girado G., Gaitán Charry D.G & Mialon M. Corporate political activity of the food industry [Spanish] [Book chapter]. In: Corporate capture and cooptation of the State: an unavoidable reflection. Edited by María Victoria Duque López M.V. & Espejo Barriosthe M.J. Colectivo de Abogados José Alvear Restrepo. 2021.
  6. Nakkash N., Mialon M., Makhoul J., Arora M., Afifi R, Al Halabi A & London L. A call to advance and translate research into policy on Governance, Ethics, and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health: The GECI-PH network [Commentary]. Globalization & Health. 2021;
  7. PAHO/Regional Office of the Americas for the WHO, Brazil [Portuguese] [contributor]. Reference framework on the commercial dimension of the determinants of health: a proposal for renewing health promotion. 2020.
  8. Crosbie E., Mialon M., Kearns C. & Schmidt L. Industry Interference in Nutrition Science Reaches into Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Transnational Soda Corporations in Colombia [Comment]. BMJ Opinion. 2020;
  9. Schmidt L., Mialon M., Kearns C. & Crosbie E. Transnational Corporations, Obesity and Planetary Health [Unsolicited comment]. Lancet Planetary Health. 2020;
  10. Mialon M., Fabbri A. & Fooks G. Reply to the article: “What principles should guide interactions between population health researchers and the food industry? Systematic scoping review of peer‐reviewed and grey literature” [Letter to the Editors]. Obesity Reviews. 2019;
  11. Hennessy M., Cullerton K., Baker P., Brown A., Crawley H., Hayes C., Kearney P.M., Kelly C., McKee M., Mialon M., Petticrew M., Rundall P., Trickey H., White M. & Redsell S. Time for complete transparency about conflicts of interest in public health nutrition research [Open letter]. HRB Open Research. 2019;
  12. Mialon M. Governments Push Infant Formula [Book review]. By George Kent. Irene Publishing, 2017. 194p. ISBN-13:978-9188061188/. World Nutrition. 2019;
  13. WHO [contributor]. Addressing and managing conflicts of interest in the planning and delivery of nutrition programmes at country level. 2017.
  14. Sharma N. & Mialon M. Case 3: Sugar-sweetened beverages, non-communicable diseases and the limits of self-regulation in Fiji. In: What can we learn from collaborations between public health and the food and drinks industry? [Casebook]. Edited by Modi Mwatsama. UK Health Forum. 2018; ISBN E-version: 978-1-874279-16-7.
  15. Mialon M. Indicator 3: Implementation of the WHO Code of marketing of breastmilk substitutes. In: The World Breastfeeding Trend Initiative France [French][Report section]. Edited by Boutry-Stadelmann B. 2018.
  16. Mialon M., Swinburn B. & Sacks G. 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 [Book chapter]. In: Case Studies on Corporations and Global Health Governance. Edited by N.Kenworthy, R. MacKenzie and K. Lee. Rowman and Littlefield International. 2016. ISBN: 9781783483563.

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