Professor Jarman studies the effects of market regulation, particularly cross-border regulation, on health and social policies. She explores the consequences for health that arise when markets and political jurisdictions do not match, whether those jurisdictions are nation states or subnational governments. Her publications address questions related to the relationship between tobacco control regulation and the global trading system, the regulation of cross-border health markets and product supply chains, and cross-border data exchange to promote innovative methods of public health and environmental regulation.
- Ph.D., Political Science, London School of Economics & Political Science
- B.A., British Politics & Legislative Studies, University of Hull