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Books/Monographs/Publications in Series

Ackerman, Frank, Gallagher, Kevin & Nadal, Alejandro.  (2001).  The limits of economic modeling in the FTAA environmental review.  Globalization and Sustainable Development Program Background Paper.    Medford, MA: Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University.  [pdf paper]

Cashore, Benjamin, et al.  (2001).  In Search of  Sustainability:  British Columbia Forest Policy in the 1990s.  Vancouver:  University of British Columbia Press.

Gallagher, Kevin.  (2000).  Trade liberalization and industrial pollution in Mexico: Lessons for the FTAA.  Global Development and Environment Institute Working Paper, No. 00-07.  Medford, MA: Tufts University.  [html paper]

Wise, Timothy A.& Waters, Eliza.  (2001).  Community control in a global economy: Lessons from Mexico's economic integration process.  Global Development and Environment Institute Working Paper, No. 01-03.  Medford, MA: Tufts University.  [html paper]

Scholarly Articles

Raphael, D. (2001). Paradigms, politics, and principles: An end-of-the-millennium update from Toronto, Canada, birthplace of the Healthy Cities Movement. Health Promotion International, 16, 99-101.

Raphael, D., Phillips, S., Renwick, R., & Sehdev, H. (2000). Government policies as a threat to health: Findings from two Toronto community quality of life studies. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 91(3), 181-185.

Raphael, D. (2000). Health inequalities in Canada: current discourses and implications for public health action. Critical Public Health, 10(2), 193-216.

Raphael, D. (2000). Health inequities in the United States: prospects and solutions. Journal of Public Health Policy, 21(4), 392-425.

Raphael, D. & Bryant, T. (2000). Putting the population into population health. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 91(1), 9-12.

Raphael, D. (2000). The question of evidence in health promotion. Health Promotion International, 15, 355-367.

Raphael, D., et al., (1999). The community quality of life project: a health promotion approach to understanding communities. Health Promotion International, 14, 197-210.

Raphael, D. (1999) Health effects of economic inequality: overview and purpose. Canadian Review of Social Policy, 44, 25-40.

Raphael, D. (1998). Public health responses to health inequalities. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 89(6), 380-381.

Book Reviews

Raphael, D. (in press). Shaw, M., Dorling, D., Gordon, D. & Davey Smith, G. (1999). The widening gap: health inequalities and policy in Britain. Social Science and Medicine.

Raphael, D. (2000). Kawachi, I., Kennedy, B., & Wilkinson, R. (Eds). (1999). Income inequality and health: a reader. Journal of the Community Development Society, 30, 248-250.

Conference and Other Working Papers

Raphael D., Brown I, & Wheeler J. (Eds.) (2000). A city for all ages: fact or fiction? Effects of government policy decisions on Toronto seniors' quality of life. Toronto:Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto. < www.utoronto.ca/seniors> [December 10, 2000].

Raphael, D., Brown, I., Bryant, T., et al. (2000). How government policy decisions affect seniors' quality of life: findings from a participatory policy study carried out in Toronto, Canada. Toronto: Department of Public Health Sciences.

Raphael, D., Bryant, T., Brown, I. (2000). Opening up the public policy analysis process to the public: participatory policy research and Canadian seniors' quality of life. Toronto: Department of Public Health Sciences.

Raphael, D., & Bryant, T. (2000). Population health as a model for a new public health: a critical analysis. Toronto: Department of Public Health Sciences.

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