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Substance use [electronic resource] : individual behaviour, social interactions, markets, and politics

Substance use [electronic resource] : individual behaviour, social interactions, markets, and politics

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Bolin, Kristian. Cawley, John. Lindgren, Björn, 1942-. Grossman, Michael, 1942-.
서명 / 저자사항
Substance use [electronic resource] : individual behaviour, social interactions, markets, and politics / edited by Björn Lindgren, Michael Grossman.
발행사항
Bingley, U.K. :   Emerald,   2005.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xxvi, 450 p.).
총서사항
Advances in health economics and health services research,0731-2199 ; v. 16
ISBN
9781849503617 (electronic bk.)
요약
The economics of substance use and abuse deals with the consumption of goods that share two properties. First, they are addictive in the sense that an increase in past consumption of the good leads to an increase in current consumption. Second, their consumption harms the consumer and others. This second property makes them of interest from policy, legal, and public health perspectives. The tremendous expansion in research in the economics of substance use and abuse since the early 1980s and the presence of many unresolved issues motivate this volume. While most of the papers are by economists, the disciplines of medicine, political science, and psychology are also represented. Any successful attempt to address substance use must adopt an interdisciplinary perspective. The aim of the volume to cover issues pertaining to individual behavior, social interactions, markets, and politics makes this all the more necessary.Some of the twenty papers in the volume contain new estimates of the price sensitivity of alcohol, cigarettes, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin. Others focus on the effects of consumption on earnings, crime, suicide, and sexually transmitted diseases. Still others address the roles of psychobiology, social interaction, hyperbolic discounting, and peer effects in shaping decisions with regard to the use of harmfully addictive substances. To a larger or lesser extent, all the papers contain implications for policy-making. A number of papers, however, are more directly concerned with policy-making and with the policy-making environment, including evaluations of the costs and benefits of treatment services for abusers. Readers of this volume should gain a much better understanding of what we know and what we still need to know about the economics of substance use and abuse.
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Antidepressants and the suicide rate : is there really a connection? / Matz Dahlberg, Douglas Lundin -- Choice, social interaction and addiction : the social roots of addictive preferences / Ole-Jørgen Skog -- Individual behaviours and substance use : the role of price / Michael Grossman -- The spread of drug use : epidemic models or social interaction? / Hans O. Melberg -- Structural estimation of peer effects in youth smoking / Brian Krauth -- Trends in wine consumption in Norway : is diffusion theory applicable? / Ingeborg Rossow -- An investigation of the effects of alcohol policies on youth std / Michael Grossman, Robert Kaestner, Sara Markowitz -- Can we model the impact of increased drug treatment expenditure on the U.K. drug market? / Christine Godfrey, Steve Parrott, Gail Eaton, Anthony Culyer, Cynthia McDougall -- Tobacco control policies and youth smoking : evidence from a new era / John A. Tauras, Sara Markowitz, John Cawley -- The fires are not out yet : higher taxes and young adult smoking / Philip DeCicca, Don Kenkel, Alan Mathios -- The psychobiology of aggressive behaviour / Lil Träskman-Bendz, Sofie Westling -- Coupons and advertising in markets for addictive goods : do cigarette manufacturers react to known future tax increases? / Dean R. Lillard, Andrew Sfekas -- Symbolism and rationality in the politics of psychoactive substances / Robin Room -- What does it mean to decriminalize marijuana? A cross-national empirical examination / Rosalie L. Pacula, Robert MacCoun, Peter Reuter, Jamie Chriqui, Beau Kilmer, Katherine Harris, Letizia Paoli, Carsten Schäfer -- Economic perspectives on injecting drug use / David E. Bloom, Ajay Mahal, Brendan O'Flaherty -- Models pertaining to how drug policy should vary over the course of a drug epidemic / Jonathan P. Caulkins -- Demand for illicit drugs among pregnant women / Hope Corman, Kelly Noonan, Nancy E. Reichman, Dhaval Dave -- Economic evaluation of relapse prevention for substance users : treatment settings and health care policy / Tetsuji Yamada, Chia-Ching Chen, Tadashi Yamada -- The effect of alcohol consumption on the earnings of older workers / Henry Saffer, Dhaval Dave -- Drugs and juvenile crime : evidence from a panel of siblings and twins / H. Naci Mocan, Erdal Tekin -- Introduction / Björn Lindgren, Michael Grossman -- Preface / Björn Lindgren, Michael Grossman.
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Substance abuse.
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front cover -- copyright -- table of contents -- front matter -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- body -- Part I: Individual Behaviour -- The Psychobiology of Aggressive Behaviour -- Individual Behaviours and Substance Use: The Role of Price -- Demand for Illicit Drugs Among Pregnant Women -- The Effect of Alcohol Consumption on the Earnings of Older Workers -- Drugs and Juvenile Crime: Evidence from a Panel of Siblings and Twins -- Antidepressants and the Suicide Rate: Is there really a Connection? -- Part II: Social Interactions -- Choice, Social Interaction and Addiction: The Social Roots of Addictive Preferences -- The Spread of Drug Use: Epidemic Models or Social Interaction? -- Structural Estimation of Peer Effects in Youth Smoking -- Part III: Markets -- Trends in Wine Consumption in Norway: Is Diffusion Theory Applicable? -- An Investigation of the Effects of Alcohol Policies on Youth Stds -- Can We Model the Impact of Increased Drug Treatment Expenditure on the U.K. Drug Market? -- Tobacco Control Policies and Youth Smoking: Evidence from a New Era -- The Fires are not out yet: Higher Taxes and Young Adult Smoking -- Coupons and Advertising in Markets for Addictive Goods: Do Cigarette Manufacturers React to Known Future Tax Increases? -- Part IV: Politics -- Symbolism and Rationality in the Politics of Psychoactive Substances -- What Does it Mean to Decriminalize Marijuana? A Cross-National Empirical Examination -- Economic Perspectives on Injecting Drug Use -- Models Pertaining to How Drug Policy Should Vary Over the Course of a Drug Epidemic -- Economic Evaluation of Relapse Prevention for Substance Users: Treatment Settings and Health Care Policy -- .

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