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Power, Entitlement and Social Practice: Resource Distribution in North China Villages (review)

Power, Entitlement and Social Practice: Resource Distribution in North China Villages (review) Reviews 65 tobaccocontrolpoliciescalledforintheWHOFCTC.Theseconflictingpriorities areclearlyillustratedbythetaxadjustmentthatwasimplementedafterthebook's publication.InMay2009,Chinaannouncedasignificantincreaseinitscigarette excisetaxrates,amoveinitiallyseenaspositivethroughouttheglobaltobacco controlcommunity(Huetal.2010).However,itsoonbecameclearthatthetax increasewasnotpassedontoconsumersinhigherretailcigaretteprices,but was insteadatransferfromtheCNTCtotheMinistryofFinance.Asaresult, the taxincreasehadnoimpactoncigarettesmokingorpublichealth.Inthe future, shouldtheChinesegovernmentdecidetoputitspublichealthinterestsin reducingtobaccouseaboveitsshort-termeconomicinterestsintobaccogrowing andmanufacturing,Tobacco Control Policy Analysis in Chinawillprovidethe roadmap. FrankJ.Chaloupka Frank J. Chaloupka is a distinguished professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, specializing in research on the economics of tobacco and tobacco control. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Power, Entitlement and Social Practice: Resource Distribution in North China Villages (review)

China Review International , Volume 18 (1) – Aug 9, 2011

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Abstract

Reviews 65 tobaccocontrolpoliciescalledforintheWHOFCTC.Theseconflictingpriorities areclearlyillustratedbythetaxadjustmentthatwasimplementedafterthebook's publication.InMay2009,Chinaannouncedasignificantincreaseinitscigarette excisetaxrates,amoveinitiallyseenaspositivethroughouttheglobaltobacco controlcommunity(Huetal.2010).However,itsoonbecameclearthatthetax increasewasnotpassedontoconsumersinhigherretailcigaretteprices,but was insteadatransferfromtheCNTCtotheMinistryofFinance.Asaresult, the taxincreasehadnoimpactoncigarettesmokingorpublichealth.Inthe future, shouldtheChinesegovernmentdecidetoputitspublichealthinterestsin reducingtobaccouseaboveitsshort-termeconomicinterestsintobaccogrowing andmanufacturing,Tobacco Control Policy Analysis in Chinawillprovidethe roadmap. FrankJ.Chaloupka Frank J. Chaloupka is a distinguished professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, specializing in research on the economics of tobacco and tobacco control.

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 9, 2011

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