Cluster 1: Economics and Social Policy. This event includes the following talks:
Chaloupka, F. (2011, March): Taxes, Prices, and Health Behaviors
Epstein, L. (2011, March): Behavioral Economics and Obesity: A Multilevel Analysis
Higgins, S. (2011, March): Using Monetary Incentives to Reduce Drug Use and Improve Health
Hursh, S. (2011, March): Empirical Demand Functions and Implications for Public Policy
Economics and Social Policy Cluster Panel Discussion. (2011, March) Epstein, L., Higgins S., Hursh, S.
This cluster of sessions is worth 3.75 Continuing Education credits.
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