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Smith, K. E., Fooks, G., Gilmore, A., Collin, J. and Weishaar, H., 2015. Forthcoming. Corporate coalitions and policy making in the European Union : how and why British American tobacco promoted “better regulation”. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

Hatchard, J., Fooks, G. and Gilmore, A., 2014. Mapping corporate political activity in contemporary health policy conflicts : The case of standardised packaging in the UK. In: Society for Social Medicine 58th Annual Scientific Meeting, 2014-09-10 - 2014-09-12, Oxford.

Hatchard, J., Fooks, G. and Gilmore, A., 2014. The role of evidence in health policy conflicts : The case of standardised packaging of tobacco products in the UK. In: UKCRC Public Health Research Centres of Excellence Conference, 2014-06-19 - 2014-06-20, Leeds.

Hatchard, J., Fooks, G. and Gilmore, A. B. C., 2013. Does better regulation depoliticise policymaking? A case study of standardised packaging of tobacco. In: Policy and Politics Second Conference 2013, 2013-09-17 - 2013-09-18, Bristol.

Fooks, G., Gilmore, A., Collin, J., Holden, C. and Lee, K., 2013. The limits of corporate social responsibility : Techniques of neutralization, stakeholder management and political CSR. Journal of Business Ethics, 112 (2), pp. 283-299.

Gilmore, A. B. and Fooks, G., 2012. Global Fund needs to address conflict of interest. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 90 (1), pp. 71-72.

Savell, E., Gilmore, A. and Fooks, G., 2012. How do tobacco and alcohol companies attempt to influence marketing regulations? A systematic review. In: Population Health: Methods and Challenges, 2012-04-24 - 2012-04-26, Birmingham.

Fooks, G. J., Gilmore, A. B., Smith, K. E., Collin, J., Holden, C. and Lee, K., 2011. Corporate social responsibility and access to policy élites: an analysis of tobacco industry documents. PLoS Medicine, 8 (8), e1001076.

Gilmore, A., Fooks, G. and Savell, E., 2011. Understanding the tobacco and alcohol industries: Implications for policy. In: Tobacco and Alcohol: Learning from Each Other Conference, 2011-10-12 - 2011-10-13, Cardiff.

Smith, K. E., Fooks, G., Collin, J., Weishaar, H. and Gilmore, A. B., 2010. Is the increasing policy use of Impact Assessment in Europe likely to undermine efforts to achieve healthy public policy? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (6), pp. 478-487.

Holden, C., Lee, K., Gilmore, A., Fooks, G. and Wander, N., 2010. Trade policy, health and corporate influence: British American Tobacco and China's accession to the World Trade Organization. International Journal of Health Services, 40 (3), pp. 421-441.

Smith, K. E., Gilmore, A. B., Fooks, G., Collin, J. and Weishaar, H., 2009. Tobacco industry attempts to undermine Article 5.3 and the "good governance" trap. Tobacco Control, 18 (6), pp. 509-511.

Gilmore, A., Fooks, G. and McKee, M., 2009. The International Monetary Fund and Tobacco: a product like any other? International Journal of Health Services, 39 (4), pp. 789-793.

Fooks, G., 2003. Contrasts in tolerance: The peculiar case of financial regulation. Contemporary Politics, 9 (2), pp. 127-142.

Fooks, G., 2003. In the valley of the blind the one eyed man is king: Corporate crime and the myopia of financial regulation. In: Tombs, S. and Whyte, D., eds. Unmasking the Crimes of the Powerful: Scrutinizing States and Corporations. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Group.

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