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The effects of Nordic alcohol policies what happens to drinking and harm when alcohol controls change? by Robin Room

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Published by Nordic Council for Alcohol and Drug Research in Helsinki .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Government policy,
  • Alcohol,
  • Drinking of alcoholic beverages,
  • Alcohol Drinking,
  • Health risks,
  • Scandinavians,
  • Prevention & control,
  • Public Policy,
  • Alcohol use

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Robin Room
SeriesNAD publication -- no. 42, NAD-publikation -- nr. 42.
ContributionsNordiska nèamnden fèor alkohol- och drogforskning
The Physical Object
Pagination180 pages :
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25669921M
ISBN 109515324505
ISBN 109789515324504
OCLC/WorldCa55503312

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Download Citation | On Apr 1, , HAROLD D. HOLDER published The Effects of Nordic Alcohol Policies: What Happens to Drinking and Harm When Alcohol . Room, Robin, ed. () The effects of Nordic alcohol policies: what happens to drinking and harm when alcohol controls change. NAD publication No. 42 Helsinki: Nordic Council for Alcohol Cited by:   Topics discussed include national systems of alcohol production and distribution, taxation, retail prices, patterns of alcohol consumption, economic actors, social and health consequences and changes in attitudes to alcohol policy in the Nordic by: Nordic Alcohol Policy in Europe Thomas Karlsson ISBN RESEARCH Thomas Karlsson Nordic Alcohol Policy in Europe The Adaptation of Finland’s, Sweden’s and Norway’s Alcohol Policies to a New Policy Framework, – RESEARCH National Institute for Health and Welfare P.O. Box 30 (Mannerheimintie ) FI

Abstract. There are interesting similarities and differences in the alcohol control policies in the Nordic countries, which include the three Scandinavian countries, Denmark, . The book provides a description of both the developments in the physical availability of alcoholic beverages in the s and s and the dramatic changes in the national systems of production, distribution, and retail sale. It analyses the varied interests different actors in the alcohol field have regarding future alcohol control policies. about the effect of various alcohol policy instruments. The book, Alcohol, No Ordinary Commodity, was first published in and has now been republished as a second edition (Babor et al., , ). The research group has reviewed the burgeoning international research about alcohol policy strategies and the degree to which various. 4 INFORMATION ON TE NORDIC ALCOOL MARET Introduction THIS REPORT IS THE 20th EDITION of the annually published “Information on the Nordic Alcohol market”. It is a statistical report available for everyone and it presents facts and figures on alcohol policy and alcohol .

In an essay referring to the Nordic experiences in changes in alcohol policies Room () notes that "the effect of policy changes on rates of alcohol-related health and social harms is often. Nordic alcohol policy challenged As you may have heard Estonia is discussing about a new alcohol bill that would limit alcohol advertising and availability. The Ministry of Justice sent few weeks ago a letter to the Ministry of Social Affairs (the author of the bill) stating that Nordic countries are not best example for a country like Estonia. 1. Background: History and Purpose of Nordic Alcohol Control Policies. 2. Nordic Alcohol Control Policy and the Process of European Integration. 3. National Systems for Alcohol Production, Distribution, and Retail. 4. Taxation and Retail Prices of Alcoholic Beverages. 5. Levels and Patterns of Alcohol Consumption. 6. Topics discussed include national systems of alcohol production and distribution, taxation, retail prices, patterns of alcohol consumption, economic actors, social and health consequences and changes in attitudes to alcohol policy in the Nordic countries.