This study is an important first step in the development of a national policy on illegal drugs. It assesses two recent cost-effectiveness studies on cocaine control policy: one by RAND, Controlling Cocaine: Supply Versus Demand Programs, and the other by the Institute of Defense Analyses, An Empirical Examination of Counterdrug Interdiction Program Effectiveness.
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|2 The RAND Study||8-28|
|3 The IDA Study||29-44|
|Appendix: Cocaine Markets and Supply-Control Activities||45-48|
|Addendum to Page 30||53-53|
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