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Research Biography

I am a qualitative researcher in the Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity. My PhD thesis examined the health impacts for workers who experienced mass job loss from a transnational automotive corporation based in southern Adelaide.

Since completing my PhD my key role has been to build a knowledge base and to undertake research on the implications for health and health equity from the products and practices of transnational corporations. To date this has focused on the fast food, extractive, and alcohol industry sectors.

Research Interests

Assessing the health impacts of the operations of transnational corporations:

1. Piloting methods to assess the health impacts of a fast food transnational corporation in Australia (McDonald's Australia)

2. Identifying citizens' views on the health and equity impacts of a fast food corporation in Australia: testing the value of citizens' juries

3. Piloting methods to assess the health impacts of a transnational corporation in the extractive industry sector in Australia and Southern Africa (Rio Tinto)

4. Analysing different perspectives on the introduction of fiscal anti-obesity measures (viz a 'sugar tax') as a response to obesity in Australia

5. Conducting a corporate health impact assessment of an alcohol corporation, Carlton and United Breweries, in Australia


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