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The Economic Effects of California Cigarette Taxation

Institution: University of California, Berkeley
Investigator(s): Teh-Wei Hu, Ph.D.
Award Cycle: 1992 (Cycle 1) Grant #: 1RT-0012 Award: $474,976
Subject Area: Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics
Award Type: Research Project Awards
Abstracts
Publications

Oligopoly structure and the incidence of cigarette excise taxes
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Barnett PG, Keeler TE, Hu TW ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

The impact of California Proposition 99, a major anti-smoking law, on cigarette consumption
Periodical: Journal of Public Health Policy Index Medicus:
Authors: Hu TW, Bai J, Keeler TE, Barnett PG, Sung HY ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: 15 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 26-36

Tobacco taxes and the anti-smoking media campaign: the California experience
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Hu TW, Sung HY, Keeler TE ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: Nbr: Abs: Pg:

Taxation, regulation, and addicition: a demand function for cigarettes based on time-series evidence
Periodical: Journal of Health Economics Index Medicus:
Authors: Keeler TE, Hu TW, Barnett P, Manning W ART
Yr: 1993 Vol: 12 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 1-18

Cigarette taxation and demand: an emipirial model
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Sung HY, Hu TW, Keeler TE ART
Yr: 1994 Vol: 12 Nbr: 3 Abs: Pg: 91-100