Brownell KD, Horgen KB. Food Fight: The Inside Story of the Food Industry, America’s Obesity Crisis, and What We Can Do About It. New York: McGraw Hill/Contemporary Books; 2004.
- Access to Healthy Foods in Low-Income Neighborhoods: Opportunities for Public Policy
- Improving School Food Standards: The Positive Impact on Revenue
- Menu Labeling in Chain Restaurants: Opportunities for Public Policy
- Weight Bias: A Social Justice Issue
Recent Publications on Public Policy & Government are available on the Rudd Center Recent Publications page. Other publications are below.
Battle EK, Brownell KD. Confronting a rising tide of eating disorders and obesity: Treatment vs. prevention and policy. Addict Behav. 1997; 20: 755-765.
Brownell K. Get slim with higher taxes. New York Times. Dec. 15, 1994, A29.
Brownell KD. The chronicling of obesity: Growing awareness of its social, economic, and political contexts. J Health Politics and Law. 2005; 955-64.
Brownell KD, Yach D. Lessons from a small country about the global obesity crisis. Global Health. 2006; Sep 12;2:11.
Brownell KD, Yach D. The Battle of the Bulge. Foreign Policy. 2005; 151; 26-7.
Horgen KB, Brownell KD. Confronting the toxic environment: Environmental, public health actions in a world crisis. In TA Wadden & AJ Stunkard (Eds). Handbook of Obesity Treatment. New York: Guilford Publications, 2002, pp. 95-106.
Friedman RR, Schwartz MB. Public policy to prevent childhood obesity, and the role of pediatric endocrinologists. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology & Metabolism. London: Freund Publishing House Ltd., 2008, pp. 717-725.
Jacobson MF, Brownell KD. Small taxes on soft drinks and snack foods to promote health. Am J Public Health. 2000; 90: 854-857.
Yach D, Stuckler D, Brownell KD. Epidemiologic and economic consequences of the global epidemics of obesity and diabetes. Nat Med. 2006; 12; 62-6.