Reassessing Policy Paradigms: Comparison Of Global Tobacco, Alcohol Industries

Posted on March 22, 2016 in Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa

In contrast to tobacco, alcohol is subject to less stringent forms of regulation, and the alcohol industry continues to play a central role in policy-making in many countries and at the global level. This article examines whether there is a sufficient rationale for such different regulatory approaches, through a comparative analysis of the political economy of the tobacco and alcohol industries including the structure of the industries, and the market and political strategies they pursue…

Alcohol Harm, Alcohol Policy, Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, BigAlcoholExposed, Evidence, NCDs, Report
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