Laura Cornelsen
Laura Cornelsen
Assistant Professor in Public Health Economics
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The effect of rising food prices on food consumption: systematic review with meta-regression
R Green, L Cornelsen, AD Dangour, R Turner, B Shankar, M Mazzocchi, ...
Bmj 346, 2013
What happens to patterns of food consumption when food prices change? Evidence from a systematic review and meta‐analysis of food price elasticities globally
L Cornelsen, R Green, R Turner, AD Dangour, B Shankar, M Mazzocchi, ...
Health economics 24 (12), 1548-1559, 2015
The future of coal in a carbon-constrained climate
M Jakob, JC Steckel, F Jotzo, BK Sovacool, L Cornelsen, R Chandra, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (8), 704-707, 2020
Health related taxes on foods and beverages
L Cornelsen, A Carreido
Food Research Colaboration (Centre for Food Policy), 2015
A review of the metrics for One Health benefits
B Häsler, L Cornelsen, H Bennani, J Rushton
Rev Sci Tech 33 (2), 453-464, 2014
Why fat taxes won't make us thin
L Cornelsen, R Green, A Dangour, R Smith
Journal of public health 37 (1), 18-23, 2015
Cross-sectional study of drivers of animal-source food consumption in low-income urban areas of Nairobi, Kenya
L Cornelsen, P Alarcon, B Häsler, DD Amendah, E Ferguson, EM Fèvre, ...
BMC nutrition 2, 1-13, 2016
Soda taxes–four questions economists need to address
L Cornelsen, RD Smith
Food Policy 74, 138-142, 2018
Purchase trends of processed foods and beverages in urban India
C Law, R Green, S Kadiyala, B Shankar, C Knai, KA Brown, AD Dangour, ...
Global food security 23, 191-204, 2019
How much priority is given to nutrition and health in the EU Common Agricultural Policy?
HL Walls, L Cornelsen, K Lock, RD Smith
Food policy 59, 12-23, 2016
Potential impact on prevalence of obesity in the UK of a 20% price increase in high sugar snacks: modelling study
PFD Scheelbeek, L Cornelsen, TM Marteau, SA Jebb, RD Smith
bmj 366, 2019
An analysis of the stock market reaction to the announcements of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy
C Law, L Cornelsen, J Adams, T Penney, H Rutter, M White, R Smith
Economics & Human Biology 38, 100834, 2020
COVID-19: impact on the urban food retail system and dietary inequalities in the UK
S Cummins, N Berger, L Cornelsen, J Eling, V Er, R Greener, A Kalbus, ...
Cities & Health 5 (sup1), S119-S122, 2021
Effect of increasing the price of sugar-sweetened beverages on alcoholic beverage purchases: an economic analysis of sales data
D Quirmbach, L Cornelsen, SA Jebb, T Marteau, R Smith
J Epidemiol Community Health 72 (4), 324-330, 2018
Change in non-alcoholic beverage sales following a 10-pence levy on sugar-sweetened beverages within a national chain of restaurants in the UK: interrupted time series analysis …
L Cornelsen, OT Mytton, J Adams, A Gasparrini, D Iskander, C Knai, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 71 (11), 1107-1112, 2017
Changes in household food and drink purchases following restrictions on the advertisement of high fat, salt, and sugar products across the Transport for London network: A …
A Yau, N Berger, C Law, L Cornelsen, R Greener, J Adams, EJ Boyland, ...
PLoS medicine 19 (2), e1003915, 2022
Are sweet snacks more sensitive to price increases than sugar-sweetened beverages: analysis of British food purchase data
RD Smith, L Cornelsen, D Quirmbach, SA Jebb, TM Marteau
BMJ open 8 (4), e019788, 2018
Systematic review and meta‐analysis of the economic impact of smoking bans in restaurants and bars
L Cornelsen, Y McGowan, LM Currie‐Murphy, C Normand
Addiction 109 (5), 720-727, 2014
Reducing consumption of unhealthy foods and beverages through banning price promotions: what is the evidence and will it work?
TLS Watt, W Beckert, RD Smith, L Cornelsen
Public health nutrition 23 (12), 2228-2233, 2020
Impact of the smoking ban on the volume of bar sales in Ireland–evidence from time series analysis
L Cornelsen, C Normand
Health economics 21 (5), 551-561, 2012
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