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Phillip Baker
Phillip Baker
Senior Lecturer, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition, Deakin University
E-mail megerősítve itt: deakin.edu.au
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The global syndemic of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change: the Lancet Commission report
BA Swinburn, VI Kraak, S Allender, VJ Atkins, PI Baker, JR Bogard, ...
The Lancet 393 (10173), 791-846, 2019
16032019
Processed foods and the nutrition transition: evidence from Asia
P Baker, S Friel
Obesity Reviews 15 (7), 564-577, 2014
3042014
2018 Global Nutrition Report: Shining a light to spur action on nutrition
J Fanzo, C Hawkes, E Udomkesmalee, A Afshin, L Allemandi, O Assery, ...
Bristol, UK: Development Initiatives, 2018
293*2018
Ultra‐processed foods and the nutrition transition: Global, regional and national trends, food systems transformations and political economy drivers
P Baker, P Machado, T Santos, K Sievert, K Backholer, M Hadjikakou, ...
Obesity Reviews 21 (12), e13126, 2020
2452020
Food systems transformations, ultra-processed food markets and the nutrition transition in Asia
P Baker, S Friel
Globalization and Health 12 (1), 80, 2016
2392016
Ultra-Processed Foods and Health Outcomes: A Narrative Review
L Elizabeth, P Machado, M Zinocker, P Baker, M Lawrence
Nutrients 12 (7), 1955, 2020
2222020
What can causal process tracing offer to policy studies? A review of the literature
A Kay, P Baker
Policy Studies Journal 43 (1), 1-21, 2015
2042015
Global trends and patterns of commercial milk-based formula sales: is an unprecedented infant and young child feeding transition underway?
P Baker, J Smith, L Salmon, S Friel, G Kent, A Iellamo, JP Dadhich, ...
Public Health Nutrition 19 (14), 2540-2550, 2016
1722016
2020 Global nutrition report: action on equity to end malnutrition
R Micha, V Mannar, A Afshin, L Allemandi, P Baker, J Battersby, Z Bhutta, ...
Bristol, UK: Development Initiatives, 2020
1402020
Ultra-processed food and adverse health outcomes
MA Lawrence, PI Baker
British Medical Journal 365, l2289, 2019
1062019
What drives political commitment for nutrition? A review and framework synthesis to inform the United Nations Decade of Action on Nutrition
P Baker, C Hawkes, K Wingrove, A Demaio, J Parkhurst, AM Thow, ...
British Medical Journal Global Health 3, 1-14, 2018
1052018
Generating political priority for regulatory interventions targeting obesity prevention: An Australian case study
P Baker, T Gill, S Friel, G Carey, A Kay
Social Science & Medicine 177 (March), 141-149, 2017
982017
The role of trade and investment liberalization in the sugar-sweetened carbonated beverages market: a natural experiment contrasting Vietnam and the Philippines
A Schram, R Labonte, P Baker, S Friel, A Reeves, D Stuckler
Globalization and Health 11 (1), 41, 2015
982015
Trade and investment liberalization and Asia's noncommunicable disease epidemic - a synthesis of data and existing literature
P Baker, A Kay, H Walls
Globalization and Health 10 (66), 2014
932014
Equity, food security and health equity in the Asia Pacific region
S Friel, PI Baker
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 18 (4), 620-632, 2009
912009
Trade and investment liberalization, food systems change and highly processed food consumption: a natural experiment contrasting the soft-drink markets of Peru and Bolivia
P Baker, S Friel, A Schram, R Labonte
Globalization and Health 12 (1), 24, 2016
712016
International investment liberalization, transnational corporations and NCD prevention policy non-decisions: a realist review on the political economy of tobacco, alcohol and …
P Milsom, R Smith, P Baker, H Walls
Globalization and health 17 (1), 1-19, 2021
702021
What enables and constrains the inclusion of the social determinants of health inequities in government policy agendas? A narrative review
P Baker, S Friel, A Kay, F Baum, L Strazdins, T Mackean
International journal of health policy and management 7 (2), 101, 2018
662018
Processed foods and nutrition transition in the Pacific: Regional trends, patterns and food system drivers
K Sievert, M Lawrence, A Naika, P Baker
Nutrients 11 (6), 1-15, 2019
582019
Food security, food safety & healthy nutrition: are they compatible?
H Walls, P Baker, E Chirwa, B Hawkins
Global Food Security 21, 69-71, 2019
572019
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