Nason Maani

Inequalities and Global Health Policy, University of Edinburgh

United Kingdom
Nason Maani is a Lecturer in Inequalities and Global Health Policy at the University of Edinburgh’s Global Health Policy Unit, in the School of Social and Political Science. His research focuses on the commercial determinants of health, seeking to describe the mechanisms through which commercial actors affect health inequalities, knowledge and public discourse. He is also co-editor of the Oxford University Press textbook “the Commercial Determinants of Health”, and the host of Money Power Health, a podcast series discussing the social and commercial forces that shape health. He consults for the World Health Organisation global programme on economic and commercial determinants of health, is a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, and a Commonwealth Fund Senior Harkness Fellow.


Geopolitical Puppeteers: Identifying the Roles of Hidden Actors Shaping the Commercial Determinants of Global Health

09.00 - 10.00 (BKK)


How Geopolitics of Commercial Determinants of Health Can Influence the Impacts of Food, Beverages and Agriculture Industry on Health

10.30 - 12.30 (BKK)