Using Fiscal Policy to Prevent Non-Communicable Diseases (Presentation)
This presentation was given by Frank J. Chaloupka at the University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Public Health in Chicago, Illinois, on February 10, 2017. The presentation covers the health and economic impacts of non-communicable diseases; the impact of tobacco, alcohol, and sugary beverage taxes on use and consequences of use; and clarifies myths and facts about the economic impacts of taxes.
Content Type: Slidedeck
Topic(s): Alcohol, Cost-effectiveness, Economic consequences, Economic impacts of tobacco control, Health consequences, Healthcare costs, Impact on demand, Other fiscal policies for health, Sugary beverages and junk food, Tax and price, Tobacco taxes revenues, Tobacco use
Authors(s): Frank J. Chaloupka, Ph.D.