Are Greek smokers rational addicts?
Samuel Cameron ()
Applied Economics Letters, 1997, vol. 4, issue 7, 401-402
Greek cigarette comsumption is examined by combining work by Zanias (1987) and Becker et al. (1994). Application of Becker et al.'s lead consumption term to the Zanias model yields results that do not strongly support the rational addiction model and show price and income as insignificant.
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