The Determinants of Cigarette Consumption: A Meta-Analysis

  title={The Determinants of Cigarette Consumption: A Meta-Analysis},
  author={R. Andrews and G. Franke},
  journal={Journal of Public Policy & Marketing},
  pages={100 - 81}
  • R. Andrews, G. Franke
  • Published 1991
  • Economics
  • Journal of Public Policy & Marketing
  • This study summarizes econometric findings from time-series research on the relationships between cigarette consumption and advertising, price, and income using a meta-analysis methodology. The study also investigates the trends in these relationships over time, controlling for possible confounding effects of design variables in the studies analyzed. The results show that the advertising and income elasticities are positive and significant on average across studies, and the average price… CONTINUE READING
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