- Title Pages
- List of figures, tables, maps and boxes
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction
- Two The role of time preference and perspective in socioeconomic inequalities in health-related behaviours
- Three Examination of the built environment and prevalence of obesity: neighbourhood characteristics, food purchasing venues, green space and distribution of Body Mass Index
- Four Reinventing healthy and sustainable communities: reconnecting public health and urban planning
- Five How and why do interventions that increase health overall widen inequalities within populations?
- Six The metaphor of the miner's canary and black-white disparities in health: a review of intergenerational socioeconomic factors and perinatal outcomes
- Seven From adversary to ally: the evolution of non-governmental organisations in the context of health reform in Santiago and Montevideo
- Eight Health inequalities and the role of psychosocial work factors: the Whitehall II Study
- Nine Inequality, psychosocial health and societal health: a model of inter-group conflict
- Ten The social epidemiology of population health during the time of transition from communism in Central and Eastern Europe
- Eleven The impact of inequality: empirical evidence
- Twelve ‘Public goods’, metropolitan inequality and population health in comparative perspective: policy and theory
- Thirteen Inequality and health: models for moving from science to policy
- Fourteen Promoting public understanding of population health
- Fifteen Health, inequalities and mobilisation: human rights and the Millennium Development Goals
- Sixteen What the public needs to know about social inequality and public health
- Social inequality and public health
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