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Policy Change

Effect on traffic accidents of introducing Sunday hotel sales in New South Wales, Australia
D. I. Smith

Effects of Alcohol Price Policy on Youth: A Summary of Economic Research
Michael Grossman, Frank J. Chaloupka, Henry Saffer and Adit Laixuthai

Effects on traffic accidents of introducing Sunday alcohol sales in Brisbane, Australia
D. I. Smith

Enforcement of the legal minimum drinking age in the United States
Alexander C. Wagenaar and Mark Wolfson

Long-term effects of a community-wide alcohol server training intervention
Stephen L. Buka and Isolde J. Birdthistle

Mandated server training and reduced alcohol-involved traffic crashes: A time series analysis of the Oregon experience
Harold D. Holder and Alexander C. Wagenaar

Policing underage alcohol sales
David F. Preusser, Allan F. Williams, and Helen B. Weinstein

Preventing crime: What works, what doesn't, what's promising
John E. Eck

The effect of enforcement upon service of alcohol to intoxicated patrons of bars and restaurants
James A. McKnight, and Fredrick M. Streff

The effects of price on the consequences of alcohol use and abuse
F.J. Chaloupka, M. Grossman and H. Saffer

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