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Long-run impacts of increasing tobacco taxes : evidence from South Africa (English)

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Tobacco taxes are often considered regressive because the share of household budgets allocated to tobacco products is larger among low-income households than among high-income households. This paper shows that if indirect effects, especially on health... See More +

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  • Fuchs, Alan; Carmen, Giselle Del; Mukon, Alfred Kechia;
  • 2018/02/26 01:41:01
  • Working Paper
  • 123800
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  • 2018/03/22 20:28:35
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  • Long-run impacts of increasing tobacco taxes : evidence from South Africa
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