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The supply side initiative as an international collaboration to study alcohol supply, drinking, and consequences: current knowledge, policy issues, and research opportunities
Holder, Harold D.
Applying commodity chain analysis to changing modes of alcohol supply in a developing country
Jernigan, David H.
International issues in the supply of tobacco: recent changes and implications for alcohol
Chaloupka, Frank J.; Nair, Rima
Impacts of international trade, services and investment treaties on alcohol regulation
Grieshaber-Otto, Jim; Sinclair, Scott; Schacter, Noel
The supply of alcoholic beverages in transitional conditions: the case of Central and Eastern Europe
Moskalewicz, Jacek; Simpura, Jussi
The ambiguous role of alcohol in economic and social development
Room, Robin; Jernigan, David
Local and global alcohol supply: economic and geographic models of community systems
Gruenewald, Paul J.; Treno, Andrew J.
Unrecorded alcohol consumption: its economics and its effects on alcohol control in the Nordic countries
Nordlund, Sturla; Österberg, Esa
The influence of economic interests on alcohol control policy: a case study from Finland
Alavaikko, Mika; Österberg, Esa
Roles of commercial interests in alcohol policies: recent developments in North America
Marketing alcohol to young people: implications for industry regulation and research policy
Jackson, Margaret C.; Hastings, Gerard; Wheeler, Colin; Eadie, Douglas; MacKintosh, Anne Marie
Alcopops in Sweden - a supply side initiative
The alcohol supply: its importance to public health and safety, and essential research questions
Edwards, Griffith; Holder, Harold D.