An Analysis of Household's Tobacco Consumption Decisions: Evidence from India
Rijo John ()
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The consumption patterns, socio-economic distribution and the household choice of a variety of tobacco products across rural and urban India are analyzed. Using a Multinomial Logit Model, the choice behavior of a household in deciding whether and which tobacco products to consume analyzed. Household level data from National Sample Survey in India for the year 1999-2000, which has information on 120,309 households, has been used for this purpose. [IGIDR WP-2004-002].
Keywords: Tobacco; Bidi; Cigarette; Consumption; Multinomial Logit; India; national sample survey; multinominal logit model; household; socio-economic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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