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2004
Kessler, Daniel P.,  McClellan, Mark B. Advance directives and medical treatment at the end of life. Journal of Health Economics. 23, (1), 111-127.
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2001
DiNardo, J.,  Lemieux, T. Alcohol, marijuana, and American youth: The unintended consequences of government regulation. Journal of Health Economics. 20, (6), 991-1010.
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1998
Zarkin, Gary A.,  French, Michael T.,  Mroz, Thomas A.,  Bray, Jeremy W. Alcohol use and wages: New results from the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. Journal of Health Economics. 17, (1), 53-68.
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1998
Grossman, M.,  Chaloupka, F.J. . The demand for cocaine by young adults: A rational addiction approach. Journal of Health Economics. 17, (4), 427-474.
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2008
Markowitz, Sara . The effectiveness of cigarette regulations in reducing cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Journal of Health Economics. 27, (1), 106-133.
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2012
Crost, Benjamin,  Guerrero, Santiago . The effect of alcohol availability on marijuana use: Evidence from the minimum legal drinking age. Journal of Health Economics. 31, (1), 112-121.
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2001
Farrelly, Matthew C.,  Bray, Jeremy W.,  Zarkin, Gary A.,  Wendling, B.W. . The joint demand for cigarettes and marijuana: Evidence from the National Household Surveys on Drug Abuse. Journal of Health Economics. 20, (1), 51-68.
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2010
Cutler, David M.,  Lleras-Muney, Adriana . Understanding differences in health behaviors by education. Journal of Health Economics. 29, (1), 1-28.
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