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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is economic and business regulation.


Six Superlative Sources

· Fritschler, A. Lee, and James M. Hoefler. 1996. Smoking and Politics: Policy Making and the Federal Bureaucracy. 5th edition. Prentice Hall.

· Glantz, Stanton A. 1999. Tobacco Biology and Politics: An Exposé of Fraud and Deception. 2nd edition. Health Edco.

· Jacobson, Peter D,. and Jeffrey Wasserman. 1999. "The Implementation and Enforcement of Tobacco Control Laws: Policy Implications for Activists and the Industry," Journal of Health Politics and Policy Law, 24: 567-598.

· Licari, Michael J., and Kenneth J. Meier. 2000. "Regulation and Signaling: When a Tax Is Not Just a Tax," Journal of Politics, 62: 875-885.

· Rabin, Roberta, and Stephen Sugarman, eds. 1993. Smoking Policy: Law, Politics, and Culture. Oxford University Press.

· Rabin, Roberta, and Stephen Sugarman, eds. 2001. Regulating Tobacco. Oxford University Press.

Other Excellent Sources

· Adams, Christopher Freeman. 1998. "Smoke-Free California: Democracy Meets Public Health," National Civic Review, 87: 311-317.

· Alston, Lee J., Ruth Dupré, and Tomas Nonnenmacher. 2002. "Social Reformers and Regulation: The Prohibition of Cigarettes in the United States and Canada," Explorations in Economic History, 39: 425-445.

· American Lung Association: Tobacco Control.

· Anderson, Peter, and John R. Highes. 2000. "Policy Interventions to Reduce the Harm from Smoking, Supplement 1," Addiction, 95: 9-11.

· Balbach, Edith D., and Fred M. Mondari. 1997. Holding Government Accountable: Tobacco Policy Making in California, 1995-1997. Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of San Francisco.

· Barnes, Deborah E., and Lisa Anne Bero. 1996. "Industry-Funded Research and Conflict of Interest: An Analysis of Research Sponsored by the Tobacco Industry through the Center for Indoor Air Research," Journal of Health Politics and Policy Law, 21: 515-542.

· Begay, Michael E., and Michael Traynor. 1993. "The Tobacco Industry, State Politics, and Tobacco Education in California," American Journal of Public Health, 93: 1214-1221.

· Bloom, Arvid, and Dolores A. Smoot. 1992. "Toward a Perceptual Model of Smoking Policy Satisfaction," Journal of Social Psychology, 132: 675-774.

· Bowers, Mollie H. 1992. "What Labor and Management Need to Know about Workplace Smoking Cases," Labor Law Journal, 43: 40-49.

· Brown, A. Blake. 1995. "Cigarette Taxes and Smoking Restrictions: Impacts and Policy Implementation," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 77: 946-951.

· Brownson, Ross C., David P. Hopkins, and Melanie A. Wakefield. 2002. "Effects of Smoking Restrictions in the Workplace," Annual Review of Public Health, 23: 333-348.

· Bryan-Jones, Katherine, and Lisa A. Bero. 2003. "Tobacco Industry Efforts to Defeat the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Indoor Air Quality Rule," American Journal of Public Health, 93: 585-592.

· CDC Health Topic: Smoking and Tobacco Use. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

· Chaloupka, Frank, and Henry Saffer. 1991. The Demand for Cigarettes and Restrictions on Smoking in the Workplace. National Bureau of Economic Research.

· Dixon, Richard D., Roger C. Lowery, and Lloyd P. Jones. 1991. "Self-Interest and Public Opinion toward Smoking Policies: A Replication and Extension," Public Opinion Quarterly, 55: 241-254.

· Economics of Tobacco Control. The World Bank.

· Evans, William N., Jeanne S. Ringel, and Diana Stech. 1999. "Tobacco Taxes and Public Policy to Discourage Smoking," Tax Policy Economy, 13: 135-154.

· Givel, Michael S., and Stanton A. Glantz. 2000. "Failure to Defend a Successful State Tobacco Program: Policy Lessons from Florida," American Journal of Public Health, 90: 762-768.

· Glantz, Stanton A., et al. 1996. The Cigarette Papers. University of California Press.

· Glantz, Stanton A., and Edith D. Balbach. 2000. Tobacco War: Inside the California Battles. University of California Press.

· Gotestam, K. Olof, and K. Gunnar Gotestam. 1992. "Changes in Smoking Legislation, Attitudes, and Behavior," Psychological Reports, 70: 531-537.

· Green, Donald Philip, and Ann Elizabeth Gerken. 1989. "Self-Interest and Public Opinion toward Smoking Restrictions and Cigarette Taxes," Public Opinion Quarterly, 53: 1-15.

· Gruber, Jonathan. 2002. "The Economics of Tobacco Regulation," Health Affairs, 21: 146-162.

· Hanson, Jon D., and Kyle D. Logue. 1998. "The Costs of Cigarettes: The Economic Case For Ex Post Incentive-Based Regulation," Yale Law Journal, 107: 1163-1262.

· Harvey, Harold D., Paul Fleming, and Michael Patterson. 2002. "Ethical Dilemmas and Human Rights Considerations Arising from the Evaluation of a Smoking Policy in a Health Promoting Setting," International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 12: 269-275.

· Jacobson, Peter D., and Jeffrey Wasserman. 1997. "Historical Overview of Tobacco Legislation and Regulation," Journal of Social Issues, 53: 75-95.

· Johnson, W. Wesley, and Myrna Cintron. 1996. "Emerging War on Tobacco: A Content Analysis of 'Banning,'" Journal of Crime and Justice, 19: 31-48.

· LaFrance, Arthur B. 2000. "Tobacco Litigation: Smoke, Mirrors, and Public Policy," American Journal of Law and Medicine, 26: 187-204.

· Laux, Fritz L. 2000. "Addiction as a Market Failure: Using Rational Addiction Results to Justify Tobacco Regulation," Journal of Health Economics, 19: 421-437.

· Levy, David T., and Karen Friend. 2001. "A Framework for Evaluating and Improving Clean Indoor Air Laws," Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 7: 87-96.

· Lewit, Eugene, Douglas Coate, and Michael Grossman. 1981. "The Effects of Government Regulation on Teenage Smoking," Journal of Law and Economics, 24: 545-569.

· Lorillard Tobacco Company Document Site.

· Magzamen, Sheryl, and Stanton A. Glantz. 1999. Turning the Tide: Tobacco Industry Political Influence and Tobacco Policy Making in California, 1997-1999. Institute for Health Policy Studies.

· Mangurian, Christina V., and Lisa A. Bero. 2000. "Lessons Learned from the Tobacco Industry's Efforts to Prevent the Passage of a Workplace Smoking Regulation," American Journal of Public Health, 90: 1926-1930.

· Marks, D.F. 1998. "Addiction, Smoking, and Health: Developing Policy-Based Intervention," Psychology, Health, and Medicine, 3: 97-113.

· Meier, Kenneth J., and Michael J. Licari. 1997. "The Effect of Cigarette Taxes on Cigarette Consumption, 1955 through 1994," American Journal of Public Health, 87: 1126-1130.

· Montogomery, Edward. 1999. "Do Workplace Smoking Bans Reduce Smoking?" American Economic Review, 89: 728-747.

· Moskowitz, Joel M., Zihua Lin, and Esther S. Hudes. 2000. "The Impact of Workplace Smoking Ordinances in California on Smoking Cessation," American Journal of Public Health, 90: 757-761.

· Moskowitz, Joel M., Zihua Lin, et al. 1999. "The Impact of California's Smoking Ordinances on Worksite Smoking Policy and Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Workplace," American Journal of Health Promotion, 13: 278-281.

· Muggli, Monique E., Jean L. Forster, Richard D. Hurt, and James L. Repace. 2001. "The Smoke You Don't See: Uncovering Tobacco Industry Scientific Strategies Aimed against Environmental Tobacco Smoke Policies," American Journal of Public Health, 91: 1419-1423.

· Nathanson, Constance A. 1999. "Social Movements as Catalysts for Policy Change: The Case of Smoking and Gun," Journal of Health Politics and Policy Law, 24: 421-488.

· Olive, Kenneth E., and John A. Ballard. 1996. "Changes in Employee Smoking Behavior after Implementation of Restrictive Smoking Policies," Southern Medical Journal, 89: 699-706.

· Philip Morris International: Tobacco Regulation.

· Philip Morris USA Document Site.

· Pierce, John P., Elizabeth A. Gilpin, et al. 1998. "Has the California Tobacco Control Program Reduced Smoking?" Journal of the American Medical Association, 280: 893-899.

· Pierce, John P., Elizabeth A. Gilpin, et al. 1998. Tobacco Control in California: Who's Winning the War? An Evaluation of the Tobacco Control Program, 1989-1996. University of California, San Diego.

· Pierce, John P., Robert M. Kaplan, et al. 1994. Tobacco Use in California: An Evaluation of the Tobacco Control Program, 1989-1993. University of California, San Diego.

· R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company: Legal and Regulatory Overview.

· Robert, Joseph C. 1967. The Story of Tobacco in America. University of North Carolina Press.

· Samuels, Bruce E., and Stanton A. Glantz. 1991. "The Politics of Local Tobacco Control," Journal of the American Medical Association, 266: 2110-2117.

· Selected Actions of the U.S. Government Regarding the Regulation of Tobacco Sales, Marketing, and Use. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

· Stephens, Yvonne D., and Gary English. 2002. "A Statewide School Tobacco Policy Review: Process, Results, and Implications," Journal of School Health, 72: 334-338.

· Timmins, William M., and Clark Brighton Timmins. 1989. Smoking and the Workplace. Quorum.

· Tobacco Control Archives. University of California, San Francisco.

· Tobacco Control Resource Center and Tobacco Products Liability Project. Northeastern University.

· Tobacco-Free Europe. European Office, World Health Organization.

· Tobacco Prevention and Control. Association of State and Territorial Health Officials.

· Traynor, Michael, and Michael E. Begay. 1993. "The New Tobacco Industry Strategy to Prevent Local Tobacco Control," Journal of the American Medical Association, 270: 479-486.

· U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services. 1993. Major Local Tobacco Control Ordinances in the United States. Smoking and Tobacco Control, Monograph 3. National Cancer Institute. NIH Publication 93-3532.

· University of Maryland School of Law Legal Resource Center for Tobacco Regulation, Litigation and Advocacy.

· Vaughn, Michael, and Rolando V. del Carmen. 1993. "Legal and Policy Issues from the Supreme Court's Decision on Smoking in Prisons," Federal Probation, 57: 34-39.

· Vaughn, Michael, and Rolando V. del Carmen. 1993. "Smoke-Free Prisons: Policy Dilemmas and Constitutional Issues," Journal of Criminal Justice, 21: 151-171.

· Wasserman, Jeffrey. 1992. "How Effective Are Excise Tax Increases in Reducing Cigarette Smoking?" American Journal of Public Health, 82: 19-20.

· Wasserman, Jeffrey, Peter D. Jacobson, and Kristiana Raube. 1993. "The Politics of Anti-Smoking Legislation," Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law, 18: 787-790.

· Wasserman, Jeffrey, Willard G. Manning, Joseph P. Newhouse, and John D. Winkler. 1991. "The Effects of Excise Taxes and Regulations on Cigarette Smoking," Journal of Health Economics, 10: 43-64.

· Weiss, William L., and Bruce W. Miller. 1985. The Smoke-Free Workplace. Prometheus Books.

· Wendling, Victoria L. 1992. "Smoking and Parenting: Can They Be Adjudged Mutually Exclusive Activities?" Case Western Reserve Law Review, 42: 1025-1068.

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