Differential Taxes for Differential Risks — Toward Reduced Harm from Nicotine-Yielding Products


The authors of this study, which appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine, believe that national, state, and local policymakers should implement differential taxes on nicotine yielding products on the basis of degree of risk in order to maximize incentives for tobacco users to switch from the most harmful products to the least harmful ones.



Categorised in: Excise tax, Tobacco harm reduction

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