Effects of price on alcohol-related problems

Chaloupka, Frank J.
March 1993
Alcohol Health & Research World;1993, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p46
Academic Journal
Examines correlations between the prices of alcoholic beverages and the level of drinking in a population. Alcohol taxes and inflation; Alcohol consumption and price; Alcohol abuse and price; Two policy proposals; How higher alcohol prices may lead to reductions in the medical and social consequences of heavy drinking.


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