Category: Alcohol Economics


Additional Reading:

  • Barsby, S. A review of the Heien and Pittman study on the costs of alcohol abuse, Moderation Reader, 1990 (January/February).
  • Baumann, C.S. Call for beer run answered. Orlando Sentinel, 7-20-03.
  • Blackwell, Jon. 1921: Never on Sunday. Capital Century. www.capitalcentury.com
  • Blue Laws. Reader’s Companion to American History. Houghton Mifflin Co. http://college.hmco.com
  • Blue Laws. Urban Legends Reference Pages. www.snopes.com
  • Blue Laws. The Columbia Encyclopedia. NY: Columbia University Press, 6th ed., 2001.
  • Blue Laws. www.encylcopedia.com
  • Caruso, David B. Court: State ban on alcohol ads in college newspapers is unconstitutional. Centre Daily Times, July 29, 2004.
  • Drink and Grow Rich. Wall Street Journal, May 4, 2002.
  • Driving drunk can cost $20,000. Washington Times, 1-1-04, p. B2.
  • FTC Says Alcohol Type Not Aimed at Minors. Los Angeles Times (June 5, 2002).
  • Group to colleges: Pull alcohol ads. USA Today, 11-13-03, p. 14C.
  • Heien, D. The external costs of alcohol abuse, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1996, 57, 336-342.
  • Heien, Dale M., and Pittman, David J. The economic costs of alcohol abuse: An assessment of current methods and estimates. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1989, 50, 567-579.
  • Laband, David N., and Heinbuch, Deborah. Blue Laws: The History, Economics, and Politics of Sunday-closing Laws. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1987.
  • Melillo, W. FTC: Ads for "Alcopops" Not Aimed at Teens, Adweek (June 6, 2002).
  • Mellen, Karen. MADD official gets jail for theft. Chicago Tribune, 4-1-04.
  • Myers, Gustavus. Ye Olden Blue Laws. NY: Century Co., 1921.
  • Never on Sunday. Word Detective. www.worddetective.com/051600.html
  • NASCAR to allow distilled spirits sponsorships in 2005. NASCAR.com, November 10, 2004.
  • Pearson, Erica. NYC’s blue laws. Gotham Gazette, May 26, 2003. http://www.gothamgazette.com/article/ issueoftheweek/20030526/200/405
  • Weinberg, R. Benefits of alcohol use wash out the costs of use says noted economist, Moderate Drinking Journal, 1987, 1(5).
  • Why Do We Have Sunday Blue Laws? In: Voorhees, Don. The Book of Totally Useless Information. NY: MFJ Books, 1993.

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