The Journal of Health Policy and Economics has accepted and published research from Prescient’s Marselia Tan:
Controversy over the Regulations of Infant Milk Formula Marketing from 1970s to 2000s: An Analysis on the Use of Evidence in Health Policymaking

This essay focuses on analyzing the use of evidence by different actors to influence the policymaking process related to the marketing regulations for infant milk formula (IMF). By tracing controversial IMF cases that occurred worldwide from the 1970s to the 2000s, the essay illustrates how two groups – anti-IMF groups and the IMF industry – strategically created, utilized and interpreted evidence to either advocate for or argue against stricter regulations for the marketing and advertising of IMF products in developing countries.

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