Bosmans K*, Vignola EF*, Álvarez-López V*, Julià M*, Ahonen EQ, Bolíbar M, Gutiérrez-Zamora M, Ivarsson L, Kvart S, Muntaner C, O’Campo P, Ruiz ME, Vänerhagen K, Cuervo I, Davis L, Diaz I, Escrig-Piñol A, Gunn V, Lewchuk W, Östergren PO, Padrosa E, Vílchez D, Vives A, Vos M, Zaupa M, Bodin M, Baron S, 2023. Experiences of insecurity among non-standard workers across different welfare states: A qualitative cross-country study. Social Science and Medicine, 327, 115970.*The first four authors contributed equally to the manuscript.
Dorr, E., Hawes, J.K., Goldstein, B., Fargue-Lelièvre, A., Fox-Kämper, R., Specht, K., Fedeńczak, K., Caputo, S., Cohen, N., Poniży, L. and Schoen, V. (2023). Food production and resource use of urban farms and gardens: a five-country study. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 43(1), p.18. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-022-00859-4
Freudenberg N, Israel B. Integrating Public Health Research and Teaching With Social Justice Activism: Lessons From 80 Years of Practice. Health Education & Behavior. 2023 Jun;50(3):301-9.
Freudenberg N. Framing Commercial Determinants of Health: An Assessment of Potential for Guiding More Effective Responses to the Public Health Crises of the 21 st Century. The Milbank Quarterly. 2023 Apr 1;101(S1):83-98.
Freudenberg N. Integrating social, political and commercial determinants of health frameworks to advance public health in the twenty-first century. International Journal of Social Determinants of Health and Health Services. 2023 Jan;53(1):4-10.
Friel S, Collin J, Daube M, Depoux A, Freudenberg N, et al. Commercial determinants of health: future directions. The Lancet. 2023 Apr 8;401(10383):1229-40.
Gilmore AB, Fabbri A, Baum F, et al. and Freudenberg N, Friel S, Hofman KJ. Defining and conceptualising the commercial determinants of health. The Lancet. 2023 Apr 8;401(10383):1194-213.
Manze M, Watnick D, Freudenberg N. How do childcare and pregnancy affect the academic success of college students?. Journal of American College Health. 2023 Feb 12;71(2):460-7.
Nazmi A, Condron K, Tseng M, et al. Freudenberg N, Bianco S. SNAP participation decreases food insecurity among California Public University Students: a quasi-experimental study. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. 2023 Jan 2;18(1):123-38.
Ng, Y., Chang, M., Robertson, M., Grov, C., Maroko, A., Zimba, R., … & Nash, D. (2023). Food Insecurity During the First Year of COVID-19: Employment and Sociodemographic Factors Among Participants in the CHASING COVID Cohort Study. Public Health Reports, 00333549231170203., https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/00333549231170203
Vignola, E.F., Baron, S., Abreu Plasencia, E., Hussein, M. and Cohen, N. (2023). Workers’ Health under Algorithmic Management: Emerging Findings and Urgent Research Questions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20(2), p.1239. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20021239
Anaf J, Baum F, Fisher M, et al., and Freudenberg N. Assessing the health impacts of transnational corporations: a case study of Carlton and United Breweries in Australia. Globalization and Health. 2022 Dec;18(1):1-22.
Barnhill A, Ramírez AS, Ashe M, et al Freudenberg N, Grier SA, Watson KE, Kumanyika S. The racialized marketing of unhealthy foods and beverages: perspectives and potential remedies. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics. 2022;50(1):52-9.
Berger E, Larsen J, Freudenberg N, Jones HE. Food insecurity associated with educational disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic for college students and the role of anxiety and depression. Journal of American College Health. 2022 Jun 22:1-4.
Caruso, O; Chrobok, M; Cohen, N. (2022). Gentrification and Food Retail Instability: A Census Tract Analysis of the Bronx, New York, 2008 and 2017. The Professional Geographer. Published online January 27, 2022. doi.org/10.1080/00330124.2021.2000440
Chong, Valerie Peter; James, Charita Johnson; Fraser, KatherineTomaino; Brown, Rhonda; Ignacio, Karla; Willingham, Craig; Cohen, Nevin; and Freudenberg, Nicholas. Protecting Those Who Feed Us: How Employers, Government, and Workers’ Organizations Can Protect the Health, Safety, and Economic Security of Food Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond. CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute, March 2022.
Cohen, N. (2022). Food crisis as a tool for social change: lessons from New York City’s COVID-19 Response. Urban Governance, 2(1), 173-177.
Cohen, N. (2022). Roles of Cities in Creating Healthful Food Systems. Annual review of public health, 43, 419-437.
Ferguson MC, Bartsch SM, O’Shea KJ, Thomas DM, Moran TH, Solano Gonzales M, Wedlock PT, Nyathi S, Morgan M, Chin KL, Scannell SA, Hertenstein DL, Domino M, Ranganath K, Adam A, Fraser KT, Fraser A, Lee BY. The Potential epidemiologic, clinical, and economic impact of requiring schools to offer physical education (PE) classes in Mexico City. PLOS ONE, 2022.
Fraser KT, Ilieva RT, Chong VP, Shulman E, Willingham C, Freudenberg N, and Cohen N. Increasing Community and Public Control and Ownership of New York City’s Food System. Policy Recommendations for a Stronger, Healthier, More Just, and Sustainable Food System in NYC. New York Food 2025, a collaboration of The Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center; The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College Columbia University; and, The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute. March 2022
Fraser KT, Ilieva RT, James CJ, Chong VP, Shapiro S, Willingham C, Roberts C, and Freudenberg N. Use of an Environmental Scan to Assess Density, Content, and Variation of Predatory Food and Beverage Marketing in New York City. Health and Place, 2022.
Fraser KT, Vignola EF, Chong VP, Ng Y, Ilieva RT, Willingham C, Cohen N, and Freudenberg N. Ensuring All NYC Food Workers Have Safe Working Conditions, the Right to Organize, and Sufficient Pay and Benefits. New York Food 2025, a collaboration of The Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center; The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College Columbia University; and, The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute. March 2022.
Fraser KT, Willingham C, Ilieva RT, Freudenberg N and Cohen N. Reducing Promotion and Ubiquity of Unhealthy Food in Community, Institutional, and Retail Settings to Reduce the Staggering Burden of Diet-Related Disease in NYC. Policy Recommendations for a Stronger, Healthier, More Just, and Sustainable Food System in NYC. New York Food 2025, a collaboration of The Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center; The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College Columbia University; and, The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute. March 2022.
Freudenberg N. Responding to Food Industry Initiatives to Be” Part of the Solution”: Comment on”‘Part of the Solution’: Food Corporation Strategies for Regulatory Capture and Legitimacy”. International Journal of Health Policy and Management. 2022 Dec;11(11):2740.
Gunn V, Kreshpaj B, Matilla-Santander N, Vignola EF, Wegman DH, Hogstedt C, Ahonen EQ, Bodin T, Orellana C, Baron S, Muntaner CB, O’Campo P, Albin M, Håkansta C, 2022a. Initiatives Addressing Precarious Employment and Its Effects on Workers’ Health and Well-Being: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, 2232. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19042232
Gunn V, Vives A, Zaupa A, Hernando-Rodriguez JC, Julià M, Kvart S, Lewchuk W, Padrosa E, Vos MP, Ahonen EQ, Baron S, Bosmans K, Davis L, Díaz I, Matilla-Santander N, Muntaner C, O’Campo P, Östergren P-O, Vanroelen C, Vignola EF, Bodin T, 2022b. Non-Standard Employment and Unemployment during the COVID-19 Crisis: Economic and Health Findings from a Six-Country Survey Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19, 5865. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19105865
Ilieva, R. T., Cohen, N., Israel, M., Specht, K., Fox-Kämper, R., Fargue-Lelièvre, A., … & Blythe, C. (2022). The socio-cultural benefits of urban agriculture: a review of the literature. Land, 11(5), 622.
Krieger J, Freudenberg N. To Protect Young Children’s Health, Limit Marketing and Ubiquity of Unhealthy Foods and Beverages. American Journal of Public Health. 2022 Oct;112(S8):S770-2.
Lacy-Nichols J, Freudenberg N. Opportunities and limitations of the ultra-processed food framing. Nature Food. 2022 Dec;3(12):975-7.
Lee K, Freudenberg N. Public health roles in addressing commercial determinants of health. Annual Review of Public Health. 2022 Apr 5;43:375-95.
Ramaswamy M, Freudenberg N. Health promotion in jails and prisons: An alternative paradigm for correctional health services. Public health behind bars: From prisons to communities. 2022:219-38.
Caputo, S, Schoen, V, Specht, K, Grard, B, Blythe, C, Cohen, N, Newell, J, Fox-Kamper, R, Ponizy, L, Hawkes, J (2021). Applying the Food-Energy-Water Nexus approach to urban agriculture: from FEW to FEWP (Food-Energy-Water-People). Urban Forestry and Urban Greening. Volume 58. March.
Cohen, N., & Ilieva, R. T. (2021). Expanding the boundaries of food policy: the turn to equity in New York City. Food Policy, 103, 102012.
D’Angelo AB, Grov C, Johnson J, Freudenberg N. Breaking Bad Patents: Learning from HIV/AIDS to make COVID-19 treatments accessible. Global public health. 2021 Oct 3;16(10):1523-36.
Fraser KT, Pereira J, Poppendieck J, Tavarez E, Berg J, and Freudenberg N. Pandemic EBT in New York State: Lessons from the 2019-2020 Academic Year and Recommendations for 2020-2021 and Beyond. CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute and Hunger Free America, 2021.
Fraser KT, Shapiro S, Willingham C, Tavarez E, Berg J, and Freudenberg N. What We What We Can Learn from U.S. Food Policy Response to Crises of the Last 20 Years – Lessons for the COVID-19 Era: A Scoping Review. SSM – Population Health, 2021.
Freudenberg N. A public health agenda for the 2020s. American Journal of Public Health. 2021 Oct;111(10):1757-60.
Freudenberg N. Corporations, health, and global politics. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies 2021 Nov 29.
Gunn V, Håkansta C, Vignola EF, Matilla-Santander N, Kreshpaj B, Wegman DH, Hogstedt C, Ahonen EQ, Muntaner C, Baron S, Bodin T, 2021. Initiatives addressing precarious employment and its effects on workers’ health and well-being: a protocol for a systematic review. Systematic Reviews 10, 195. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-021-01728-z
Jones HE, Manze M, Ngo V, Lamberson P, Freudenberg N. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on college students’ health and financial stability in New York City: Findings from a population-based sample of City University of New York (CUNY) students. Journal of Urban Health. 2021 Apr;98:187-96.
Kirby, C, Specht, K, Fox-Kamper, R, Cohen, N, Lelievre, A, Caputo, S, Hawes, J, Blythe, C, Ponizy, L, Ilieva, R, Schoen, V (2021). Differences in motivations and social impacts across urban agriculture types: Case studies in Europe and the US. Landscape and Urban Planning. Volume 212. August 2021.
Lessons for the COVID-19 Era From 20 Years of U.S. Food Policy Response to Crises. CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute and Hunger Free America, 2021.
Matilla-Santander N, Ahonen E, Albin M, Baron S, Bolíbar M, Bosmans K, Burström B, Cuervo I, Davis L, Gunn V, Håkansta C, Hemmingsson T, Hogstedt C, Jonsson J, Julià M, Kjellberg K, Kreshpaj B, Lewchuk W, Muntaner C, O’Campo P, Orellana C, Östergren P-O, Padrosa E, Ruiz ME, Vanroelen C, Vignola E, Vives A, Wegman DH, Bodin T, 2021. COVID-19 and Precarious Employment: Consequences of the Evolving Crisis. International Journal of Health Services 0020731420986694. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020731420986694
Moon JR, Willingham C, Gjevukaj S, Freudenberg N. COVID-19, food insecurity, and diet-related diseases: Can syndemic theory inform effective responses? A case study. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 2021 Sep 16;10(4):55-71.
Schoen, V., Blythe, C., Caputo, S., Fox-Kämper, R., Specht, K., Fargue-Lelièvre, A., … & Fedeńczak, K. (2021). “We have been part of the response”: the effects of COVID-19 on community and allotment gardens in the global north. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 5, 732641.
Towards a NYC COVID-19 Food Response in 2021. The Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center, The Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education, and Policy, and The CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute, 2021.
Tsui EK, Franzosa E, Vignola EF, Cuervo I, Landsbergis P, Zelnick J, Baron S, 2021. Recognizing careworkers’ contributions to improving the social determinants of health: A call for supporting healthy carework. New Solutions 10482911211066964. https://doi.org/10.1177/10482911211066963
Cohen N, Chrobok M, Caruso O. Google-truthing to assess hot spots of food retail change: A repeat cross-sectional Street View of food environments in the Bronx, New York. Health & Place. 2020 Feb 10:102291
Fuster M, Guerrero K, Elbel B, Ray K, Huang TTK. Engaging Ethnic Restaurants to Improve Community Nutrition Environments: A Qualitative Study with Hispanic Caribbean Restaurants in New York City. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 2020:1-17.
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Gálvez A, Carney M, Yates‐Doerr E. Chronic Disaster: Reimagining Noncommunicable Chronic Disease. American Anthropologist. 2020 Sep;122(3):639-40.
Gálvez A. Taking Susto Seriously: A Critique of Behavioral Approaches to Diabetes. American Anthropologist. 2020 Sep;122(3):651-2.
Gálvez A. Review of Food in Cuba: The Pursuit of a Decent Meal by Hanna Garth Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2020. 122(3):700-701.
Gálvez A. Review of Black Food Geographies: Race, Self-Reliance, and Food Access in Washington, DC. Food Culture & Society. 2020 Mar 1.
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Pantani D, Sanchez Z, Greene C, Pinsky I. The alcohol industry “smart affordability” strategy is to reach the poor. Drug and Alcohol Review. In press.
Bernstein MF, Cinnick SE, Franzosa E, Murrman MK, Freudenberg N. Rationale and design of distance-based training to persuade local health department employees that addressing social determinants of health is their job, too. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 2019 Sep 1;25(5):448-53.
Cohen N. SNAP at the Community Scale: How Neighborhood Characteristics Affect Participation and Food Access. American Journal of Public Health. 2019 Dec;109(12):1646-51.
D’Agostino EM, Freudenberg N. Population Thinking Instruction in High Schools: a Public Health Intervention with Triple Benefits. Journal of Urban Health. 2019 Dec 1;96(6):902-11.
Freudenberg N, Goldrick-Rab S, Poppendieck J. College students and SNAP: The new face of food insecurity in the United States. American Journal of Public Health. 2019 Dec;109(12):1652-8.
Freudenberg N. The capitalist diet: Energy-dense and profitable. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 2019 Jul 9;9(1):1-2.
Fuster M, González E. Traditional Diets in Everyday Life: Perspectives from Hispanic Caribbean Communities in New York City. Food and Foodways. 2019:1-22.
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Gálvez A. Transnational mother blame: Protecting and caring in a globalized context. Medical Anthropology. 2019 Oct 3;38(7):574-87.
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