Tackling alcohol misuse
Anne Ludbrook (),
Dennis Petrie (),
Lynda McKenzie and
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 2012, vol. 10, issue 1, 51-63
The results suggest that heavier household purchasers of alcohol are most likely to be affected by the introduction of a ‘minimum price per unit of alcohol’ policy. When we focus only on those households that purchase off-trade alcohol, lower income households are the most likely to be affected. However, minimum pricing in the UK is unlikely to be significantly regressive when the effects are considered for the whole population, including those households that do not purchase any off-trade alcohol. Minimum pricing will affect the minority of low-income households that purchase off-trade alcohol and, within this group, those most likely to be affected are households purchasing at a harmful level. Copyright Adis Data Information BV 2012
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