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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Approaches to Alcohol Control Policy

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ISBN13: 9789289013246
ISBN: 9289013249
Published: February 1996
Publisher: World Health Organisation (WHO)
Format: Paperback
Price: £12.00



The forms and range of alcohol control by international, national, regional and state authorities vary greatly. At one end of the scale is the system of total prohibition in some Islamic countries. At the other end is perhaps the provision of lighter alcholic beverages in those countries where wine and beer are perceived as ordinary foodstuffs without many special control measures. In many countries there is an almost continuous debate on dismantling or establishing different control measures. This booklet describes the various alcohol control measures that have been used for public health purposes and reviews research undertaken on their effectiveness.

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Contents:
Alcohol control in different contexts; price regulation; regulation of alcohol marketing; regulating the retail sale of alcohol; regulations aimed at consumers; regulation of the production of and trade in alcohol; responsibilities of alcohol suppliers to fund health promotion; discussion and conclusions.