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After tobacco : what would happen if Americans stopped smoking? / edited by Peter Bearman, Kathryn M. Neckerman, and Leslie Wright
Alternate Title What would happen if Americans stopped smoking?
New York : Columbia University Press, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HV5740 .A37 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Smoking cessation -- Economic aspects -- United States
Smoking cessation -- Social aspects -- United States
Smoking -- Health aspects -- United States
Tobacco -- United States
Physical Description vii, 446 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Trends in smoking rates under different tobacco control policies: results from the SimSmoke Tobacco Policy Simulation Model / David T. Levy and Elizabeth Mumford -- Economic implications for the U.S. tobacco farmers of measures to reduce tobacco consumption in the United States / Daniel A. Sumner and Julian M. Alston -- Falling consumption and worker displacement in the cigarette manufacturing industry / Javier Espinosa and William N. Evans -- Tobacco-dependent communities and tobacco control policy / Kathryn M. Neckerman and Christopher C. Weiss -- Falling cigarette consumption in the United States and the impact on tobacco retailer employment / Kurt M. Ribisl, William N. Evans, and Ellen C. Feighery -- National economic impact of clean indoor air regulations on the hospitality industry / Andrew Hyland, Mark Travers, and Brian Fix -- Tobacco industry philanthropy and the nonprofit sector / Patrick M. Rooney and Heidi K. Frederick -- Tobacco control policies: the effect on state and local taxes / Howard Chernick -- Estimating the impact of tobacco control policies on future mortality patterns in the United States / Benjamin J. Apelberg and Jonathan M. Samet -- Assessing the effects of tobacco policy changes on smoking-related health expenditures / Douglas E. Levy and Joseph P. Newhouse -- The effects of tobacco control policy on the social security trust fund / Michael Hurd, Yuhui Zheng, Federico Girosi, and Dana Goldman -- Enhancing compliance with tobacco control policies / Frank J. Chaloupka, Philip J. Cook, Richard M. Peck, and John A. Tauras -- Stigma and smoking inequalities / Jennifer Stuber, Sandro Galea, and Bruce Link -- The unmet needs of smokers with mental illness or addiction / Jill M. Williams, Cristine Delnevo, and Douglas M. Ziedonis -- The effect of tobacco control policies on inequities in smoking prevalence: social class, race/ethnicity, and gender / Edith D. Balbach, Cathy Hartman, and Elizabeth M. Barbeau
Alternate Author Bearman, Peter S., 1956-
Neckerman, Kathryn M
Wright, Leslie, 1968-

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