Tobacco remains a leading cause of death and ill-health globally, including in low and middle-income countries. Extensive empirical research confirms that higher excise taxes reduce tobacco use and discourage non-smokers from initiating smoking.
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Resource booms can result in overvaluation of the national currency, an effect commonly referred to as Dutch disease.Published date2015
The study assesses impacts of social protection programs on poverty and income distribution during trade liberalization, addressing how social safety net programs might reduce poverty and income distribution gaps, as well as how trade liberalizatiPublished dateFriday, January 2, 2015 - 05:00