The Effectiveness and Effects of Alcohol Regulation: Evidence from India
Dara Lee Luca,
Emily Owens () and
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The authors provide quasi-experimental evidence on the effects of alcohol regulation on alcohol consumption and associated public health outcomes using detailed individual level and aggregate data from India.
Keywords: Alcohol consumption; Domestic violence; Violence against women; Prohibition; Minimum legal drinking age; Smoking; Motor vehicle accidents (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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