May 2 2013

"Smoking and Social Interaction"

Smoking, like many health-related behaviors, has "social" aspects.

This article by FEEM associate researcher Sergio Currarini, Elena Fumagalli (University of Lausanne) and Fabrizio Panebianco (University of Milan Bicocca) discusses how accounting for the external effects of smoking - second-hand smoke - and concern for the health of relatives and friends can shed light on recent trends in smoking behavior and possibly suggest anti-smoking policies in view of the intrinsic network effects.

Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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