3 edition of Alcohol taxation and control policies found in the catalog.
Alcohol taxation and control policies
Mavis M. Brown
|Statement||Mavis M. Brown.|
|LC Classifications||HV5082 .B76 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||80514557|
Why We Control Alcohol the Way We Do, C. L. Jurkiewicz, Ph.D., M. J. Painter, M.P.A History of Alcohol Control in the U.S. Control Given to States by the 21st Amendment Seventy Plus Years of State Control Taxation and the Economic Impacts of Alcohol, Schwalm Background Information on Alcohol Consumption What We Know About the Demand for AlcoholPages: Control of alcohol availability: historical and current policies and their effects, Esa sterberg Taxation and price control, Michael Livingston Alcohol control measures and traffic safety, Christine M. Wickens, Robert E. Mann, Gina Stoduto, Rosely Flam-Zalcman, and Jennifer Butters
The book includes a review of the history of alcohol control in the United States, determines the evidence of its effectiveness, and provides an assessment of the proven policy options intended to curb alcohol use. I highly recommend this book to anyone who seeks to understand the effect of alcohol control policies in the United States. 6. Alcohol Control Policies. Introduction Control Measures Age Limitations Туре and Frequency of Outlets and Hours of Sale Alcohol Content and Туре of Beverage Marketing and Profit-Seeking Pricing and Taxation Price Control Econometric Models Values ofPrice- and Income-Elasticities Alcoholic Beverages as Substitutes for Each Other. compared to estimates and projections published last December, alcohol taxation revenue was revised down by $ million over the four years to while tobacco revenue was revised up by $ million for the same period largely because of a measure designed to ensure that different tobacco products receive more consistent tax treatment.
THE "ALCOHOL CONTROL POLICIES IN PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE" MONOGRAPH. For the purposes of this review, the modern history of international collaboration in the area of alcohol policy research began with the publication of a seminal monograph entitled Alcohol Control Policies in Public Health Perspective (Bruun et al. )-often referred to as the "Purple Book" because of its cover. argue that alcohol taxes should be based on alcoholic content. In practice, the taxation of alcoholic beverages often deviates from alcohol content and to differentiate between beer, wine and spirits based on health and social considerations, price elasticities, alcohol concentration, and specialFile Size: 1MB. Of the policies directly influencing the prices of alcoholic beverages, excise taxation is the most widely employed. The popularity of alcoholic beverage taxation is largely due to the revenue-generating potential of these taxes, although public health arguments supporting increased beer, wine, and spirits taxation have been used more frequently in recent years.
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In light of this evidence, it is often argued that governments should intervene in the market for alcohol to raise its price. One of the most common ways of doing so is by levying specific taxes, known.Association between state‐level alcohol availability and taxation policies on the prevalence of alcohol‐related harms to persons other than the drinker in the USA, –