Cover Image


View/Hide Left Panel

Jordan, W.J., and Jaffee, B.L. (1987). The use of exclusive territories in the distribution of beer: Theoretical and empirical observations. Antitrust Bulletin, 32, 137-64.

Kenkel, D.S. (1993). Drinking, driving and deterrence: The effectiveness and social costs of alternative policies. Journal of Law and Economics, 36(2), 877-914.

Kenkel, D.S. (1996). New estimates of the optimal tax on alcohol. Economic Inquiry, 34(2), 296-319.

Laixuthai, A., and Chaloupka, F.J. (1993). Youth alcohol use and public policy. Contemporary Policy Issues, 11(4), 70-81.

Leung, S.F., and Phelps, C.E. (1993). “My kingdom for a drink … ?” A review of estimates of the price sensitivity of demand for alcoholic beverages. In M.E. Hilton and G. Bloss (Eds.), Economics and the prevention of alcohol-related problems (pp. 1-32). National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Research Monograph No. 25, NIH Publication No. 93-513. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

MacDonald, S. (1986). The impact of increased availability of wine in grocery stores on consumption: Four case histories. British Journal of Addiction, 81(3), 381-387.

Manning, W.G., Blumber, L., and Moulton L.H. (1995). The demand for alcohol: The differential response to price. Journal of Health Economics, 14(2), 123-148.

Markowitz, S. (2000). The price of alcohol, wife abuse and husband abuse. Southern Economic Journal, 67(2), 279-303.

Markowitz, S., Chatterji, P., Kaestner, R., and Dave, D. (2002). Substance use and suicidal behaviors among young adults. Working paper No. 8810. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Markowitz, S., and Grossman, M. (1998). Alcohol regulation and domestic violence towards children. Contemporary Economic Policy, 16(3), 309-320.

Markowitz, S., and Grossman M. (2000). The effects of beer taxes on physical child abuse. Journal of Health Economics, 19(2), 271-282.

Mast, B.D., Benson, B.L., and Rasmussen, D.W. (1999). Beer taxation and alcohol-related traffic fatalities. Southern Economic Journal, 66(2), 214-249.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2003). Traffic safety facts: Alcohol. U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington DC. Available: Accessed May 28, 2003.

Nelson, J.P. (1990). State monopolies and alcoholic beverage consumption. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2(1), 83-98.

Nelson, J.P. (1997). Economic and demographic factors in U.S. alcohol demand: A growth accounting analysis. Empirical Economics, 22(1), 83-102.

Nelson, J.P. (1999). Broadcast advertising and U.S. demand for alcoholic beverages. Southern Economic Journal, 65(4), 774-790.

Ohsfeldt, R.L, and Morrisey, M.A. (1997). Beer taxes, workers’ compensation and industrial injury. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 79(1), 155-160.

Powell, L.M., Williams, J., and Wechsler, H. (2002). Study habits and the level of alcohol use among college students. Impact Teen Research paper Series #19. Chicago: University of Illinois.

Ruhm, C.J. (1996). Alcohol policies and highway vehicle fatalities. Journal of Health Economics, 15(4), 435-454.

Saffer, H. (2001). Substance abuse control and crime: Evidence from the National Survey of Drug Abuse. In M. Grossman and C.R. Hsieh (Eds.), Economic analysis of substance use and abuse: The experience of developed countries and lessons for developing countries (pp. 291-307). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.

Saffer, H., and Grossman, M. (1987a). Beer taxes, the legal drinking age, and youth motor vehicle fatalities. Journal of Legal Studies, 16(2), 351-374.

The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement