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Invisible Wounds of War Psychological and Cognitive Injuries , Their Consequences , and Services to Assist Recovery
Assessing the effects of medical marijuana laws on marijuana use: the devil is in the details.
- R. Pacula, David Powell, Paul S. Heaton, Eric L. Sevigny
- LawJournal of policy analysis and management
This paper sheds light on previous inconsistencies identified in the literature regarding the relationship between medical marijuana laws (MMLs) and recreational marijuana use by closely examining…
Supply-Side Drug Policy in the Presence of Substitutes: Evidence from the Introduction of Abuse-Deterrent Opioids
- Abby Alpert, David Powell, R. Pacula
- MedicineAmerican Economic Journal: Economic Policy
- 4 November 2016
The consequences of one of the largest supply disruptions to date to abusable opioids - the introduction of an abuse-deterrent version of OxyContin in 2010 - are studied to imply that the recent heroin epidemic is largely due to the reformulation of oxyContin.
Association of State Recreational Marijuana Laws With Adolescent Marijuana Use
Investment in evidence-based adolescent substance use prevention programs in any additional states that may legalize recreational marijuana use is suggested, as perceived harmfulness of marijuana use decreased and marijuana use increased following legalization of recreationalarijuana use in Washington.
Does increasing the beer tax reduce marijuana consumption?
- R. Pacula
- EconomicsJournal of Health Economics
- 1 October 1998
Do Medical Marijuana Laws Reduce Addictions and Deaths Related to Pain Killers?
THE INVISIBLE WOUNDS OF WAR:
- T. Tanielian, L. Jaycox, M. Yochelson
- Political ScienceEchoes of Trauma and Shame in German Families
- 5 May 2020
The writer really shows how the simple words can maximize how the impression of this book is uttered directly for the readers.
The Economic Cost of Methamphetamine Use in the United States, 2005
The analysis suggests that the economic cost of meth use in the United States reached $23.4 billion in 2005, and the study provides a lower-bound estimate of $16.2 billion and an upper-bound estimates of $48.3 billion, based on analysis of the burden of addiction and premature death.
Cannabis Use and Dependence: Public Health and Public Policy
The impact of illegality in drug use and compares it with the policies of the U.S., Europe and Australia as well as other developed societies are compared.
Risks and Prices: The Role of User Sanctions in Marijuana Markets
- R. Pacula, B. Kilmer, M. Grossman, F. Chaloupka
- EconomicsB.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy
- 1 September 2007
It is suggested that lower legal risks for users are associated with higher marijuana prices in the short-run, which ceteris paribus, implies an upward sloping supply curve, higher consumption, and higher profits for drug dealers.