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The economics of smoking bans: peering through the haze

Michael Pakko ()

The Regional Economist, 2005, issue Jul, 12-13

Abstract: Although such prohibitions are becoming more common, generalizations can't be made about their impact because they still are too new and too few. Scrutiny of the ban in Maryville, Mo., shows that the issues remain hazy.

Keywords: Tobacco; industry (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2005
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