Accelerating Progress on Effective Tobacco Tax Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Croatia
The Republic of Croatia is geographically situated in the southeastern part of Europe and has a population of 4.1 million. However, since the mid-20th century, the population in Croatia has been decreasing. With the average population density of 73.8 per km, Croatia is one of the more sparsely populated European countries. According to the World Bank country classifications by income level, Croatia is considered to be a high-income country.
A corresponding Policy Brief can be found here.
Content Type: Report
Topic(s): Economic impacts of tobacco control, Impact on demand, Industry pricing, Prevalence and consumption, Supply-side issues and interventions, Tax and price, Tax levels and structure, Tobacco control policies and programs, Tobacco taxes revenues, Tobacco use
Authors(s): Željana Aljinović Barać, Paško Burnać, Ljerka Markota, Andrijana Rogošić, Slavko Šodan, Tina Vuko