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Articles in peer-reviewed journals

  1. Forster, T., and M. Heinzel. 2021. “Reacting, Fast and Slow: How World Leaders Shaped Government Responses to COVID-19.” Journal of European Public Policy 28(8): 1299—1320.
  2. Forster, T., A. Kentikelenis, T. Stubbs, and L. King. 2020. “Globalization and Health Equity: The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs in Developing Countries.” Social Science & Medicine 267.
  3. Forster, T., A. Kentikelenis, T. Stubbs, B. Reinsberg, and L. King. 2019. “How Structural Adjustment Programs Affect Inequality: A Disaggregated Analysis of IMF Conditionality, 1980—2014.” Social Science Research 80: 83—113.

Book chapters

  1. Forster, T., T. Stubbs, and A. Kentikelenis. 2022. “The politics of the International Monetary Fund” in “Handbook on the politics of international development”, eds. M. Deciancio, P. Nemiña, and D. Tussie. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Policy reports

  1. Hadji-Lazaro, P., S. Quorning, T. Fröhlich, H. Theine, and T. Forster. 2022. “Taking the Temperature of the European Green Deal.” Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS).
  2. Doyle, K., T. Forster, A. Kentikelenis, H. Legido-Quigley, and M. Torrecilla. 2019. “Reducing Health Inequalities: The Role of Civil Society.” Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) & Think-tank for Action on Social Change (TASC).
  3. Forster, T., A. Kentikelenis, and C. Bambra. 2018. “Health Inequalities in Europe: Setting the Stage for Progressive Policy Action.” Brussels: Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) & Think-tank for Action on Social Change (TASC).

Op-ed and other publications

  1. Forster, T., and A. Kentikelenis. 2019. “Austerity and Health in Europe: Disentangling the Causal Links.” European Journal of Public Health 29(5): 808—809. (editorial)
  2. Forster, T., B. Reinsberg, and T. Stubbs. 2019. “IMF says it cares about inequality. But will it change its ways?” The Conversation. 17 July.