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Taxation is often promoted by bureaucrats as a tool to pilot the choices of people, as they believe that they can be the muppeteers of individual choice. This section contains information on the actual effects of taxation as a tool to pilot individual choice - a function that no electorate in the world has ever asked any bureaucrat to do, ever


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  • Putting out the fires: will higher taxes reduce youth smoking?

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    Author(s): Philip DeCicca, Donald Kenkel, Alan Mathios
    Article Published: circa 1999
    Type: Articles and Dissertations
    Funding Source: Financial support from the Bronfenbrenner Life Course Center, Cornell University, and the National Cancer Institute, grant number R01-CA77005-01
    Published By: Department of Economics in its series Papers with number 00-3

    Keywords: youth, smoking, taxation, DeCicca, Kenkel, Mathios

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