The Dynamics of Drinking and Driving in the U.s.: the Role of Social Forces and the Role of Law

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The dynamics of drinking and driving can be adequately described using the fraction of accidents involving drivers who had been drinking. Evaluating drunk driving legislation using this measure implicitly controls for unobservable “general risk” influences on traffic safety, reducing bias and variability in estimates of laws’ effects, especially in the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Graff2010TheDO, title={The Dynamics of Drinking and Driving in the U.s.: the Role of Social Forces and the Role of Law}, author={M. Graff and Jadrian Wooten and Don Freeman and Dhaval Dave and Darren Grant}, year={2010} }