Law and Non-Communicable Diseases: International and Domestic Regulation of Food and Alcohol Special Issue - Editorial
The articles in this special issue examine the relationship between international economic law and effective evidence-based regulation to address public health challenges associated with food and alcohol consumption in interacting domestic, regional and international frameworks of law, politics and policy.
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