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Profits, Power, and Prohibition: Alcohol Reform and the Industrializing of America, 1800-1930.
The Effects of Privatization of Alcohol Sales in Alberta on Suicide Mortality Rates
It is suggested that privatization in Alberta has acted to increase suicide mortality rates in that province between 1985 and 1995.
Drunk Driving Legislation and Traffic Fatalities: New Evidence on BAC 08 Laws
This article reexamines the effectiveness of blood alcohol content (BAC) laws in reducing traffic fatalities. Differences‐in‐differences estimators of U.S. state‐level data with standard errors…
Evaluating the effectiveness of policies related to drunk driving
New findings are presented on the effectiveness (in terms of fatal crash reductions) of state-level public policies related to drunk driving. Conventional estimates of policy effects might be biased…
State monopolies and alcoholic beverage consumption
Fifteen states have state monopolies to regulate the retail distribution of distilled spirits or wine. One objective of state ownership is the reduction of consumption. However, previous research…