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Alcohol & Public Health Research Unit (2001) Direct and indirect impacts of alcohol on women's health.  Submission to the Ministry of Women’s Affairs on the Women’s Health Strategy Discussion Document.  S26
* Casswell, S. (2001) Science and policy advocacy, in: Varley, A (ed) Towards a Global Alcohol Policy: Proceedings of the Global Alcohol Policy Advocacy Conference, Syracuse, New York, August 2000.  London: Institute of Alcohol Studies. B33

* Hill, L. & Casswell, S. (2001) Alcohol advertising and sponsorship: Commercial freedom or control in the public interest? In: Heather, N., Peters, T.J. & Stockwell, T. (eds.) International Handbook of Alcohol Dependence and Related Problems, pp.823-846.  Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. B34

* Hill, L., Casswell, S. (2000) Alcohol advertising and sponsorship.  Commercial Communications – Journal of Advertising and Marketing Policy and Practice in the European Community, pp 6-11. A126

Hill, L. (2000) The alcohol scene in New ZealandThe Globe, Issue 1, 6-7. A119

* McCreanor, T., Casswell, S. and Hill, L. (2000) ICAP and the perils of partnership (Editorial). Addiction, 95, 179-185. A116

* McCreanor, T., Casswell, S. and Hill, L. (2000) Perilous partnerships: a reply. Addiction, 95, 196-198. A115

* Casswell, S. (1997) How do we respond to recreational drug use in the Southern Hemisphere? (Editorial), Drug and Alcohol Review, 16, 381-382. A92

* Stewart, L. (1997) Approaches to preventing alcohol-related problems: the experience of New Zealand and Australia, Drug and Alcohol Review, 16, 391-399. A91
* Casswell, S. (1997) Public discourse on alcohol. Health Promotion International, 12, 251-257. A89
* Casswell, S. (1997) Population level policies on alcohol: are they still appropriate given that ‘alcohol is good for the heart?’ Addiction Supplement. S81-S90. A82
* Casswell, S. (1996) Commentary: Drinking guidelines offer little over and above the much needed public health policies, Addiction. 91, 26-29. A77
* Casswell, S. (1995) Why it is Helpful to Know the Funding Source. Commentary on: Playing Fair: Science, Ethics and Scientific Journals. Addiction, 90, 1317-1318. A72
* Casswell, S. (1995). Public Discourse on Alcohol: Implications for Public Policy. In: Holder, H. & Edwards, G.(eds) Alcohol and Public Policy: Evidence and Issues. Oxford, Oxford University Press. B21
* Casswell, S. (1994). Moderate Drinking and Population Based Alcohol Policy. Contemporary Drug Problems, 21, 287-299 A71
* Casswell, S. (1994). Funny Insights (letter). Addiction, 89, 762. A66
* Edwards, G., Anderson, P., Babor, T.F., Casswell, S. et al.(1994) Alcohol Policy and the Public Good (Oxford: Oxford University Press). B19
Casswell, S. (1993). Social and Cultural Alcohol Research in a Free Market Economy. Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, 16, 29-35. A62
* Casswell, S. (1993). Public Discourse on the Benefits of Moderation: Implications for Alcohol Policy Development. Addiction, 88, 459-465. A53
* Casswell, S., Stewart, L., Duignan, P. (1993) The Negotiation of New Zealand Alcohol Policy in a Decade of Stabilized Consumption: The Role of Research. Addiction, 88, supplement, 9S-17S. A50
* Hawks, D., Stockwell, T., Casswell S. (1993). Helping Research and Policy Meet (editorial). Addiction, 88, supplement, 5S-7S. A55
* Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1992). Treating Alcohol Problems in New Zealand: Changes in Policies. Practices and Perspectives. In: Klingemann, H., Takala, J., Hunt, A. (eds). Cure, Care or Control: Alcoholism Treatment in Sixteen Countries, New York: SUNY Press.B12
Casswell S. (1991). Invited Background Paper Prepared for the World Health Organisation Expert Meeting on Alcohol Policies and Programmes. Tokyo, Japan, 2-8 April. R50
Casswell, S. (1991). Commentary on: Services Available to Deal with Problems Faced and Created by Alcohol Abuse, by Bruce Ritson. Expert Meeting on Negative Social Consequences of Alcohol Use. Norwegian Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in collaboration with the United Nations Office at the Vienna Centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs, Oslo, Norway. B14
* Wyllie, A. (1990). Drinking, Drunkenness and Implications for Prevention. In: MacEwan, I. (ed). New Directions in the Study of Alcohol: Drinking and Drunkeness. Proceedings of the First Conference, Paraparaumu Beach, 15-17 February. Wellington: Alcoholic Liquor Advisory Council. E1
* Casswell, S., Gilmore, L. (1989). An Evaluated Community Action Project on Alcohol. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 50,339-346. A35
* Duignan, P., Casswell, S. (1988). A Public Policy Focus: Illustrations from Alcohol Research. Report on the Conference on Research for Healthy Public Policy. Alcohol Research Unit, Auckland, New Zealand: April. R26
* Stewart, L., Casswell, S. (1988). Persuading Parliamentarians: Advocacy and Lobbying on Alcohol-related Issues. Community Health Studies, 12, 273-281. A27
* Casswell, S. (1985). International Comparisons. Australian Alcohol/Drug Review, 4,17-22. A15
* Casswell, S. (1985). The Organisational Politics of Alcohol Control Policy. British Journal of Addiction, 80, 357-362. A14
Casswell, S. (1985). Comment on Walsh B. and Grant M. Trends in the Alcohol Trade and Their Effects on Public Health. World Health Forum, 6, 200-201. A13
* Ashton, T. (1985). The Liquor Industry in New Zealand. In: Cavanagh, J., Clairemonte, F., Room, R. (eds). The World Alcohol Industry with Special Reference to Australasia and Oceania. Transnational Corporations Research Project, Sydney: University of Sydney. B6
* Casswell, S. (1980). Setting Objectives for Drug Control Policy. New Zealand Medical Journal, 91, 429-432. A1

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