The Impact of Potential FDA Regulatory Actions on Smoking Prevalence among Youth and Adults: Findings from Global Adult Tobacco Survey and Global Youth Tobacco Survey
This poster, presented at the TCORS advisory meeting at the National Institutes of Health on November 3, 2014, assesses the impact of potential FDA regulatory actions on smoking prevalence among youth and young adults using international data. This study aims to inform the FDA of the effectiveness of potential regulations on tobacco products by assessing how regulatory actions that fall within the FDA’s authority impact cigarette smoking prevalence among youth and adults in other countries.
Topics: Tobacco use / Prevalence and consumption / Tax levels and structure / Tobacco taxes revenues / Health consequences / Impact on demand / Economic impact of tobacco control / Health care costs / Tax and price / Economic consequences
Topics: Cost-effectiveness / Tobacco use / Prevalence and consumption / Health consequences / Tobacco taxes revenues / Impact on demand / Health care costs / Tax avoidance and evasion / Economic impact of tobacco control / Economic consequences / Impact on the poor / Tax and price / Tobacco control policies and programs / Jobs and productivity
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