economic costs

What are the Economic Costs to Society Attributable to Alcohol Use? A Systematic Review and Modelling Study

Citation
Manthey, J., Hassan, S.A., Carr, S. et al. What are the Economic Costs to Society Attributable to Alcohol Use? A Systematic Review and Modelling Study. PharmacoEconomics (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40273-021-01031-8
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Abstract

Background

Alcohol-attributable costs to society are captured by cost-of-illness studies, however estimates are often not comparable, e.g. due to the omission of relevant cost components. In this contribution we (1) summarize the societal costs attributable to alcohol use, and (2) estimate the total costs under the assumption that all cost components are considered.

Economic and Social Costs of Legalized Marijuana

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The Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University
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The Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University commissioned this study to better understand the economic and social costs of legalized marijuana. While much has been written about the tax revenue and total sales generated from commercial marijuana, there has been little research to understand how Coloradans are paying to mitigate the consequences of commercial marijuana.