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Addict Death

Samuel Cameron () and Alan Collins ()

American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2006, vol. 65, issue 4, 963-969

Abstract: Abstract. The full implications of the problem of the death of addicts have been ignored in the economic analysis of policy toward drugs. This article argues that drug dealers can, in theory, play an important role in sustaining the lives of addicts. This needs to be taken into account in policy enforcement and could lead to some radical changes to conventional policy proposals.

Date: 2006
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