In comments on our recent editorial, Le Bodo and De Wals and Baker et al provide compelling reflections on the need for further research into the policy processes and societal conditions conducive to sustainable soda taxes. This response is a call to action for increased multidisciplinary research and broad-based advocacy coalitions to expand the use and the effectiveness of soda taxes to promote the public’s health. In particular, we highlight the need for research relevant to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and emerging efforts to incorporate the voices and experiences of people living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) into the development of policy responses.
Lawrence O. Gostin & Sarah A. Roache, Tapping the Power of Soda Taxes: A Call for Multidisciplinary Research and Broad-Based Advocacy Coalitions – A Response to the Recent Commentaries, Int'l J. Health Pol'y Mgmt (Online First), 2018, at 1-3.
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Roache, Sarah A. and Gostin, Lawrence O., "Tapping the Power of Soda Taxes: A Call for Multidisciplinary Research and Broad-Based Advocacy Coalitions – A Response to the Recent Commentaries" (2018). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 2060.