1. References - Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP)

References - Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP)

  1. White J, Lynn R, Ong SW, Whittington P, Condon C, Joy S. The Effectiveness of Alcohol Pricing Policies; Ministry of Justice. 2014. Retrieved from https://www.justice.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Publications/effectiveness-of-alcohol-pricing-policies.pdf [Accessed 21 August 2017].
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  4. Stockwell T, Auld MC, Zhao JH, Martin G: Does minimum pricing reduce alcohol consumption? The experience of a Canadian province. Addiction 2012, 107(5):912-920.
  5. Stockwell T, Zhao JH, Marzell M, Gruenewald PJ, Macdonald S, Ponicki WR, Martin G: Relationships Between Minimum Alcohol Pricing and Crime During the Partial Privatization of a Canadian Government Alcohol Monopoly. J Stud Alcohol Drugs 2015, 76(4):628-634.
  6. Stockwell T, Zhao JH, Martin G, Macdonald S, Vallance K, Treno A, Ponicki W, Tu A, Buxton J: Minimum Alcohol Prices and Outlet Densities in British Columbia, Canada: Estimated Impacts on Alcohol-Attributable Hospital Admissions. Am J Public Health 2013, 103(11):2014-2020.
  7. Zhao, J., & Stockwell, T. (2016). The impacts of minimum alcohol pricing on alcohol attributable morbidity in regions of British Colombia, Canada with low, medium and high mean household income. Addiction, early view June 2017.
  8. New Zealand Law Commission. Alcohol in Our Lives: Curbing the Harm. Wellington: Author. 2010