Smokeless Tobacco Use Following Smoking Bans in Bars
Scott Adams (),
Chad Cotti and
Daniel M. Fuhrmann ()
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Daniel M. Fuhrmann: Center for Addiction and Behavioral Health Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 53201, USA;
Southern Economic Journal, 2013, vol. 80, issue 1, 147-161
We test for a unique form of compensatory behavior among smokers who wish to continue their nicotine consumption following the smoking bans placed on bars. We find a substantial increase in smokeless tobacco use among smokers, particularly those who drink and are of typical bar-going age. We also find that everyday smokers, who clearly have the strongest nicotine dependence, are more likely to increase smokeless-tobacco use than occasional smokers are.
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