Heavy Drinking: Risk, Restraint and Other Determinants
Samuel Cameron ()
Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 2000, vol. 11, issue 3-4, 255-268
It is shown, using a large national survey, that risk taking attitude influences both heavy and daily drinking. There are also significant effects of age, religion, education and situational factors. Some factors also differ by gender notably the effect of working away from home.
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