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Pub. Type Report
Title What America's Users Spend on Illegal Drugs: 2000-2010
Author(s) Kilmer, Beau
Everingham, Susan S.
Caulkins, Jonathan P.
Midgette, Gregory
Pacula, Rosalie Liccardo
Reuter, Peter H.
Burns, Rachel M.
Han, Bing
Lundberg, Russell
Subtitle/Series Name
Pub. Date Feb 2014
Abstract The Office of National Drug Control Policy sponsored research to update previously published estimates of illegal drug availability on the streets of the United States based on both demand and supply data indicators. The demand-based methodology, published as What America?s Users Spend on Illegal Drugs (WAUSID), estimates the magnitude of drugs in the United States by calculating consumption based on surveys of drug use prevalence and frequency. The supply-based methodology, published as Drug Availability Estimates in the United States (DAEUS), estimates the magnitude of drugs in the United States based on supply indicators such as production estimates and seizures.
Producer RAND Corporation
Place of Production Santa Monica, CA

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