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Paulo Serôdio

Institutions and Political Economy Research Group (IPErG), School of Economics, University of Barcelona

Serôdio, Paulo M, Gary Ruskin, Martin Mckee, and David Stuckler (2017). “Evaluating Coca-Cola’s attempt to influence public health research: Analysis of Coca-Cola emails to academics at two state universities.” (R&R).

Serôdio, Paulo M, Martin Mckee, and David Stuckler (2017). “Coca-Cola – a model of transparency in research partnerships? A network analysis of Coca-Cola’s research funding (2008-2016).” (forthcoming in Public Health Nutrition)

Barlow, Pepita, Paulo M Serodio, Gary Ruskin, Martin McKee, and David Stuckler (2017). “Science organizations and Coca-Cola’s “war” with the public health community: insights from an internal industry document., Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (doi: 10.1136/jech-2017-210375)”

Pinheiro, Miguel Linhares, Paulo M Serôdio, José Carlos Pinho, and Cândida Lucas (2016). “The role of social capital towards resource sharing in collaborative R&D projects: Evidences from the 7th Frame- work Programme”. International Journal of Project Management 34(8), 1519–1536.

Serôdio, Paulo M (2015). “Electoral Competition and Campaign Contribution Networks in the US Congress (1980-2012)”.

Serôdio, Paulo M (2015). “Service-induced campaign contributions in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies (1998-2010)”.