Toolkit on Using Household Expenditure Surveys for Research in Economics of Tobacco Control (Presentation)
This presentation was given by Rijo John, PhD, during the Tobacconomics webinar about our new toolkit, "A Toolkit on Using Household Expenditure Surveys for Research in the Economics of Tobacco Control", on March 20th, 2019. During the presentation, Rijo discussed the purpose of the toolkit, how to use it for research in the economics of tobacco control, an overview of the content of the toolkit, an introduction to household expenditure surveys, how to estimate own- and cross-price elasticities, how to estimate crowding out effect of tobacco spending, quantifying the impoverishing effect of tobacco use, and demonstrated a stata code appendix.
To listen to the webinar recording, click here.
Content Type: Slidedeck
Topic(s): Economic consequences, Economic impacts of tobacco control, Health consequences, Healthcare costs, Impact on demand, Impact on the poor, Prevalence and consumption, Tax and price, Tax levels and structure, Tobacco taxes revenues, Tobacco use
Authors(s): Rijo M. John