Improving Tobacco Tax Policies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Based on current data from the World Health Organization, the mortality in Bosnia and Herzegovina attributed to the consumption of tobacco products is projected to be 600,000 people. This policy brief examines the findings from research conducted by the University of Banja Luka (UNIBL), which calls out the fundamental problems of the current tobacco taxation system, and recommends measures to improve this policy.

This brief is based on a report by UNIBL.


January 2019

  • Saša Petković
  • Dragan Gligorić
  • Borislav Vukojević
  • Jovo Ateljevic
  • Anđela Pepić