Aim: To set out a policy analysis of food taxes as a way of influencing food consumption and behaviour.
Design: The study draws on examples of food taxes from the developed world imposed at national and local levels. Studies were identified from a systemised search in six databases with criteria designed to identify articles of policy relevance.
Results: The dominant approach identified from the literature was the imposition of foo ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Martin Caraher; Gill Cowburn;|
|Faculty||Department of Health Management and Food Policy,The Centre for Food Policy,Institute of Health Sciences Medical Sciences Division - Public Health|