Case library

Cases of alcohol industry misconduct from around the world exposing the predatory practices.

A library of all the unethical methods of Big Alcohol – aggressive lobbying, unethical marketing, sabotaging of rules and institutions and much more, all in one place.

Gambling Advocacy: Lessons From Tobacco, Alcohol and Junk Food

Industry funding of, and influence over, academic research was considered to be one of the most effective industry tactics to resist ...

France: Big Alcohol Defeats Child Rights

A decades-old law preventing product placement of alcoholic beverages in France could soon be repealed, Health Minister Marisol Touraine ...

TTIP: Deregulatory Desires Of Big Alcohol

An analysis of how the alcohol industry uses TTIP negotiations to undermine progressive and evidence-based alcohol policies in both the ...

USA: Big Alcohol Dependent on Heavy Users

Analysis shows how heavily dependent the alcohol industry is on heavy alcohol users. If the top 10% of alcohol consumers would be induced ...

The Alcohol Industry and the World Cup in Brazil

The author explores how the alcohol industry seeks to determine alcohol policies through the case study of the ban on alcohol selling and ...

The Illusion of Righteousness: Corporate Social Responsibility Practices of the Alcohol Industry

This study identified three CSR tactics employed by the alcohol companies which are closely tied in with the industry’s underlying ...

Framing The Alcohol Policy Debate: Industry Actors And The Regulation Of UK Alcohol Market

This article explores alcohol industry attempts to frame the debate about pricing and promotions policy in the United ...

Big Alcohol And Hong Kong’s Zero Wine And Beer Tax

The researchers’ findings suggest that the success of aggressive industry lobbying coupled with the absence of robust public health ...

Manufacturing Epidemics: Role Of Global Producers In Increased Consumption Of Unhealthy Commodities

The rate of increase in consumption of “unhealthy commodities” is fastest in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), with little or ...

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