Coffee Shops and Compromise: Separated Illicit Drug Markets in the Netherlands

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Grund, Jean-Paul; Breeksema, Joost;
  • Publisher: Open Society Foundations
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations

textabstractBuilding on a long history and culture of tolerance, the Dutch responded to illicit drugs with decades of pragmatic measures free of judgment. A central element of modern Dutch drug policy was a crucial decision to establish a legal and practical separation ... View more
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