Sponsored by The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and The University of Chicago Law School
Copyright 1981 The University of Chicago
Crossref reports the following articles citing this article:Peter T. Leeson, Henry A. Thompson Public choice and public health, 195, no.1-21-2 (Mar 2021): 5–41.Fatma Romeh M. Ali, Dhaval M. Dave, Gregory J. Colman, Xu Wang, Henry Saffer, Kristy L. Marynak, Daniel Dench, Michael Grossman Association of e‐cigarette advertising with e‐cigarette and cigarette use among US adults, 116, no.55 (Dec 2020): 1212–1223.Wei Jiang, Yi Lu, Huihua Xie Education and mental health: Evidence and mechanisms, 180 (Dec 2020): 407–437.Yan Lu, Debanjan Mitra, David Musto, Sugata Ray Can Brands Circumvent Marketing Regulations? Exploiting Umbrella Branding in Financial Markets, 39, no.11 (Jan 2020): 71–91.Anna E. Tuchman Advertising and Demand for Addictive Goods: The Effects of E-Cigarette Advertising, (Oct 2019).Michael Darden, Donna B. Gilleskie, Koleman Strumpf SMOKING AND MORTALITY: NEW EVIDENCE FROM A LONG PANEL, 59, no.33 (Jun 2018): 1571–1619.Donald S. Kenkel Health Behaviours, Economics of, (Feb 2018): 5684–5690.Anna Tuchman Advertising and Demand for Addictive Goods: The Effects of E-Cigarette Advertising, (Jan 2018).Dean R. Lillard Educational Heterogeneity in the Association between Smoking Cessation and Health Information, (May 2017): 183–206.John Joshua The Prevention of Smoking and Restrictive Policies, (Nov 2016): 55–80.John Joshua The Legal Framework of the Abuse of Illicit Drugs, (Jun 2017): 81–107.Lawrence Jin, Don Kenkel, Feng Liu, Hua Wang Retrospective and Prospective Benefit-Cost Analyses of U.S. Anti-Smoking Policies, 6, no.11 (Apr 2015): 154–186.Bjørn Arne Rukke, Arnulf Soleng, Heidi Heggen Lindstedt, Preben Ottesen, Tone Birkemoe Socioeconomic status, family background and other key factors influence the management of head lice in Norway, 113, no.55 (Mar 2014): 1847–1861.Carlo Ciccarelli, Gianni De Fraja The Demand for Tobacco in Post-Unification Italy, (Jan 2014).Aakanksha H. Pande Targeting Risky Behaviors Using Nonprice Interventions: Legislation, Information, and Education, (Apr 2014): 117–151.Shi Qi The impact of advertising regulation on industry: the cigarette advertising ban of 1971, 44, no.22 (Jun 2013): 215–248.Carlo Ciccarelli, Gianni De Fraja The demand for tobacco in post-unification Italy, (May 2013).Massimo Motta Advertising bans, 4, no.11 (Dec 2011): 61–81.Gary B. Wilcox, Jerome D. Williams, Sara Kamal, Kyung Ok Kacy Kim The Role of Advertising on Attitudes and Consumption of Food and Beverage Products, (Nov 2012): 197–219.Gary B. Wilcox, KyungOk Kacy Kim, Heather M. Schulz Liquor advertising and consumption in the United States: 1971-2008, 31, no.44 (Jan 2015): 819–834.Michael L. Capella, Cynthia Webster, Brian R. Kinard A review of the effect of cigarette advertising, 28, no.33 (Sep 2011): 269–279.Fred Kuchler Is it Food Quality or Quantity that Responds to Changing Income?, 33, no.22 (Jun 2011): 205–221.Benjamin Cowan, Nathan Tefft The Effect of Earned Income Tax Credit Expansions on the Smoking Behavior of Women, (Jan 2011).Donald S. Kenkel Health Behaviours, Economics of, (Dec 2016): 1–8.D. Mark Anderson Does information matter? The effect of the Meth Project on meth use among youths, 29, no.55 (Sep 2010): 732–742.Anca Maria Cotet, Daniel K Benjamin Medical Regulation and Health Outcomes: The Impact of the Physician Examination Requirement, (Jan 2010).Charles Courtemanche Rising cigarette prices and rising obesity: Coincidence or unintended consequence?, 28, no.44 (Jul 2009): 781–798.Rachel M. Krause Developing conditions for environmentally sustainable consumption: drawing insight from anti‐smoking policy, 33, no.33 (Apr 2009): 285–292.JAMES NONNEMAKER, ERIC FINKELSTEIN, MARK ENGELEN, THOMAS HOERGER, MATTHEW FARRELLY HAVE EFFORTS TO REDUCE SMOKING REALLY CONTRIBUTED TO THE OBESITY EPIDEMIC?, 47, no.22 (Apr 2009): 366–376.D. Mark Anderson Does Information Matter? The Effect of the Meth Project on Meth Use Among Youths, (Jan 2009).Evan Blecher The impact of tobacco advertising bans on consumption in developing countries, 27, no.44 (Jul 2008): 930–942.Jie-Min Lee, Sheng-Hong Chen The effects of price and smoking risk information on the demand for tobacco in Taiwan: an empirical study, 40, no.1313 (Jul 2008): 1757–1767.Willem H. Boshoff CIGARETTE DEMAND IN SOUTH AFRICA OVER 1996‐2006: THE ROLE OF PRICE, INCOME AND HEALTH AWARENESS, 76, no.11 (Apr 2008): 118–131.Christoph M. Schmidt, Silja Göhlmann Smoking in Germany: Stylized Facts, Behavioral Models, and Health Policy, (Jan 2008).Charles Courtemanche Rising Cigarette Prices and Rising Obesity: Coincidence or Unintended Consequence?, (Jan 2008).Silja Göhlmann Who Smokes and How Much? - Empirical Evidence for Germany, (Jan 2007).Rosa Duarte, José Julián Escario, José Alberto Molina The psychosocial behaviour of young Spanish smokers, 29, no.22 (Sep 2006): 176–189.Donald Kenkel , Dean Lillard , and Alan Mathios The Roles of High School Completion and GED Receipt in Smoking and Obesity Kenkel et al., 24, no.33 (Jul 2015): 635–660.NATSUKO IWASAKI, CAROL HORTON TREMBLAY, VICTOR J. TREMBLAY ADVERTISING RESTRICTIONS AND CIGARETTE SMOKING: EVIDENCE FROM MYOPIC AND RATIONAL ADDICTION MODELS, 24, no.33 (Jul 2008): 370–381.Jon P. Nelson Cigarette advertising regulation: A meta-analysis, 26, no.22 (Jun 2006): 195–226.Craig A. Gallet Health information and cigarette consumption: supply and spatial considerations, 33, no.11 (Aug 2006): 35–47.Shin-Yi Chou, Michael Grossman, Henry Saffer Reply to Jonathan Gruber and Michael Frakes, 25, no.22 (Mar 2006): 389–393.Fabrice Etilé L'analyse économique des politiques publiques du tabagisme, 12, no.11 (Jan 2006): 25.Rossitza B. Wooster, Craig A. Gallet Settling the Smoke: Public Policy and Shareholder Wealth in the Cigarette Industry, 23, no.22 (Apr 2005): 211–223.Lloyd D. Johnston, Yvonne M. Terry-McElrath, Patrick M. O’Malley, Melanie Wakefield Trends in Recall and Appraisal of Anti-Smoking Advertising Among American Youth: National Survey Results, 1997–2001, 6, no.11 (Mar 2005): 1–19.Jon P. Nelson Cigarette Advertising Regulation: A Meta-analysis, (Jan 2005).Stefan Haupt An Economic Analysis of Consumer Protection in Contract Law, 4, no.1111 (Mar 2019): 1137–1164.Melanie Wakefield, Brian Flay, Mark Nichter, Gary Giovino Role of the media in influencing trajectories of youth smoking, 98, no.s1s1 (Nov 2009): 79–103.A. Buse THE RISE AND FALL OF EXTRANEOUS ESTIMATION: LESSONS FROM ECONOMETRIC HISTORY?, 19, no.0101 (Jan 2003).SongJune Kim, Brian J. L. Berry Government Leadership and Coalition Efforts against Transnational Tobacco Corporations in Asia: A Supplementary Proposal, 6, no.22 (Dec 2001): 51–59.Anthony N. Rezitis, A. Blake Brown, William E. Foster Dynamic factor demands for US cigarette manufacturing under rational expectations, 33, no.1010 (Aug 2001): 1301–1311.David P Hopkins, Peter A Briss, Connie J Ricard, Corinne G Husten, Vilma G Carande-Kulis, Jonathan E Fielding, Mary O Alao, Jeffrey W McKenna, Donald J Sharp, Jeffrey R Harris, Trevor A Woollery, Kate W Harris Reviews of evidence regarding interventions to reduce tobacco use and exposure to environmental tobacco smoke11The names and affiliations of the Task Force members are listed in the front of this supplement and at www.thecommunityguide.org., 20, no.22 (Feb 2001): 16–66.Henry Saffer, Frank Chaloupka The effect of tobacco advertising bans on tobacco consumption, 19, no.66 (Nov 2000): 1117–1137.Dr.Samuel Cameron Nicotine addiction and cigarette consumption: a psycho-economic model, 41, no.33 (Mar 2000): 211–219.The impact of an antismoking media campaign on progression to established smoking: results of a longitudinal youth study, 90, no.33 (Mar 2000): 380–386.Frank J. Chaloupka, Kenneth E. Warner Chapter 29 The economics of smoking, (Jan 2000): 1539–1627.Donald S. Kenkel Chapter 31 Prevention, (Jan 2000): 1675–1720.Craig A. Gallet The effect of the 1971 advertising ban on behavior in the cigarette industry, 20, no.66 (Sep 1999): 299–303.CHEE‐RUEY HSIEH, TEH‐WEI HU, CHIEN‐FU JEFF LIN THE DEMAND FOR CIGARETTES IN TAIWAN: DOMESTIC VERSUS IMPORTED CIGARETTES, 17, no.22 (Jun 2007): 223–234.Anthony N. Rezitis, William E. Foster, A. Blake Brown A Cost Function Approach to Dynamic Duality: An Application to the US Cigarette Manufacturing Industry, 50, no.11 (Nov 2008): 106–123.Henry Saffer Economic Issues in Cigarette and Alcohol Advertising, 28, no.33 (Jul 1998): 781–793.Anthony N. Rezitis, A. Blake Brown, William E. Foster Adjustment costs and dynamic factor demands for U.S. cigarette manufacturing, 18, no.33 (May 1998): 217–231.K. Michael Cummings Health Policy and Smoking and Tobacco Use, (Jan 1997): 231–251.Carl Scheraga, John E. Calfee The Industry Effects of Information and Regulation in the Cigarette Market: 1950–1965, 15, no.22 (Dec 2018): 216–226.Donald J. Smythe The Dynamics of Oligopoly Behavior: A Study of the US Cigarette Industry, 1955–90, 3, no.22 (Jul 1996): 185–200.Chee-Ruey Hsieh, Lee-Lan Yen, Jin-Tan Liu, Chyongchiou Jeng Lin Smoking, health knowledge, and anti-smoking campaigns: An empirical study in Taiwan, 15, no.11 (Feb 1996): 87–104.Martyn Duffy Econometric Studies of Advertising, Advertising Restrictions and Cigarette Demand: A Survey, 15, no.11 (Mar 2015): 1–23.Martyn Duffy An Econometric Study of Advertising and Cigarette Demand in the United Kingdom, 15, no.33 (Mar 2015): 262–284.William Sander Schooling and smoking, 14, no.11 (Mar 1995): 23–33.Tomas Philipson , and Richard A. Posner Public Spending on AIDS Education: An Economic Analysis, 37, no.11 (Oct 2015): 17–38.Aysit Tansel Cigarette demand, health scares and education in Turkey, 25, no.44 (Jul 2006): 521–529.Christine Godfrey Banning tobacco advertising: Can health economists contribute to the debate?, 2, no.11 (Sep 2006): 1–5.Terry Maxwell Alchin Tobacco Advertising Bans: Some Thoughts, 27, no.44 (Dec 2016): 298–310.Steven W. Kopp, Lawrence W. Martin, Daniel L. Wardlow Cigarette Advertising and Regulation: A Game Theoretical Approach, 12, no.11 (Sep 2016): 19–28.Byunglak Lee, Victor J. Tremblay Advertising and the US market demand for beer, 24, no.11 (Jul 2006): 69–76.Donald S. Kenkel Health Behavior, Health Knowledge, and Schooling, 99, no.22 (Oct 2015): 287–305.Rick L. Andrews, George R. Franke The Determinants of Cigarette Consumption: A Meta-Analysis, 10, no.11 (Dec 2018): 81–100.E. Woodrow Eckard COMPETITION AND THE CIGARETTE TV ADVERTISING BAN, 29, no.11 (Sep 2007): 119–133.W. Kip Viscusi Do Smokers Underestimate Risks?, 98, no.66 (Oct 2015): 1253–1269.P. Dalla-Vorgia, A. J. Sasco, Y. Skalkidis, K. Katsouyanni, D. Trichopoulos An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Tobacco-Control Legislative Policies in European Community Countries, 18, no.22 (Sep 2016): 81–89.EUGENE M. LEWIT U.S. Tobacco Taxes: behavioural effects and policy implications, 84, no.1010 (Feb 2010): 1217–1235.CHRISTINE GODFREY Factors Influencing the Consumption of Alcohol and Tobacco: the use and abuse of economic models, 84, no.1010 (Feb 2010): 1123–1138.Edward P. Lazear Pay Equality and Industrial Politics, 97, no.33 (Oct 2015): 561–580.Li Way Lee The predator-prey theory of addiction, 17, no.44 (Dec 1988): 249–262.Gary S. Becker , and Kevin M. Murphy A Theory of Rational Addiction, 96, no.44 (Oct 2015): 675–700.Lester W. Johnson Cigarette Advertising and Public Policy, 15, no.77 (Jul 1988): 76–80.John Jenkins Tobacco Advertising and Children, 7, no.44 (Mar 2015): 357–367.Robert McAuliffe The FTC and the Effectiveness of Cigarette Advertising Regulations, 7, no.11 (Nov 2018): 49–64.Pauline M. Ippolito The Value of Life Saving: Lessons from the Cigarette Market, (Jan 1987): 439–452.Susan L. Holak, Srinivas K. Reddy Effects of a Television and Radio Advertising Ban: A Study of the Cigarette Industry, 50, no.44 (Nov 2018): 219–227.CHRISTINE GODFREY Government Policy, Advertizing and Tobacco Consumption in the U.K. A critical review of the literature, 81, no.33 (Feb 2010): 339–346.Paul B. McLeod Advertising bans, tobacco and cigarette consumption, 20, no.44 (Jan 1986): 391–396.Lester W. Johnson Advertising Expenditure and Aggregate Demand for Cigarettes in Australia, 5, no.11 (Mar 2015): 45–58.Pauline M. Ippolito, Richard A. Ippolito Measuring the value of life saving from consumer reactions to new information, 25, no.1-21-2 (Nov 1984): 53–81.Kenneth E. Warner Publicity, price, and puffing a health economics contribution to disease prevention, 3, no.22 (Aug 1984): 179–186.Howard Cox, Ron Smith Political approaches to smoking control: A comparative analysis, 16, no.44 (Jul 2006): 569–582.Jules Stuyck Tobacco advertising regulation in Belgium, 6, no.22 (Jun 1983): 225–230.Kenneth E. Warner An ounce of prevention, a pound of promotion, 1, no.55 (Mar 1983): 207–210.Hal Sider, Eugene Smolensky CONSUMERS AND PRODUCT SAFETY: MARKET PROCESSES AND IMPERFECTIONS*, 2, no.33 (Jun 2005): 527–536.Eugene M. Lewit, Douglas Coate The potential for using excise taxes to reduce smoking, 1, no.22 (Aug 1982): 121–145.