Government Pricing Policy and Behavioral Consumption of Tobacco

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Firend, A.R;
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    mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations

This research examines the impact of tobacco tax on government revenues and consumer's behavior towards price increases. In this examines historical trends of tobacco tax hikes in Malaysia and consumer's reaction towards anticipated price increases. Methodology consiste... View more
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