Alcohol Prohibition and Cirrhosis

@article{Dills2003AlcoholPA,
  title={Alcohol Prohibition and Cirrhosis},
  author={Angela K. Dills and Jeffrey A. Miron},
  journal={Health Economics},
  year={2003}
}
This paper uses state-level data on cirrhosis death rates to examine the impact of state prohibitions, pre-1920 federal anti-alcohol policies, and constitutional prohibition on cirrhosis State prohibitions had a minimal impact on cirrhosis, especially during the pre-1920 period. Pre-1920 federal anti-alcohol policies may have contributed to the decline in cirrhosis that occurred before 1920, although other factors were likely substantial influences as well. Constitutional prohibition reduced… 
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