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Taxes and other policies to reduce consumption of alcohol and sugar

Griffith, R., W. Jin and V. Lechene (2022) "The decline of home cooked food" Fiscal Studies 43:2, June 2022, 105-120

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Dubois, P., R. Griffith and M. O'Connell (2022) "The Use of Scanner Data for Economics Research" Annual Review of Economics Vol 14 (August) Download paper (requires login) [pdf (does not require login)]


Griffith, R. (2022) "Obesity, poverty and public policy" Economic Journal 132: 664, 1235 - 1258 Download paper watch my Presidential Lecture at the Royal Economic Society Annual Conferece 2021, here


Griffith, R., M. O'Connell and K. Smith (2022) "Price floors and externality correction" Economic Journal, 123: 646, 2273-2289 

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Dubois, P., R. Griffith and M. O'Connell (2020) "How well targeted are soda taxes?" American Economic Review, 110 (11), November 2020

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Cherchye, L. B. De Rock, R. Griffith, M. O'Connell, K. Smith and F. Vermeulen (2020) "A new year, a new you? Within-individual variation in food purchases" European Economic Review, 127 Download paper  Read VoxEU 


Griffith, R., M. O'Connell, K. Smith and R. Stroud (2020) "What's on the menu? policies to reduce young people's sugar consumption" Fiscal Studies, March 2020, 165-197 Download paper

Griffith, R., M. O'Connell and K. Smith (2019) "Tax design in the alcohol market" Journal of Public Economics, Vol 172, April 2019, 20-35

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Griffith, O'Connell and Smith (2018) "Corrective Taxation and Internalities from Food Consumption" CESifo Economic Studies, ifx018
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Dubois, Griffith and O'Connell (2018) "The effects of banning advertising in junk food markets" Review of Economic Studies, 85:1, 396 - 436
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Griffith, Nesheim and O'Connell (2018) "Income effects and the welfare consequences of tax in differentiated product oligopoly" Quantitative Economics 9, 305-341 Download paper


Griffith, Lluberas and Luhrmann (2016) "Gluttony and sloth: long-run changes in bodyweight, diet and labour market activity" Journal of the European Economic Association, 14(6), Dec 2016, pp 1253 - 1286
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Dubois, Griffith and Nevo (2014) "Do Prices and Attributes Explain International Differences in Food Purchases?" American Economic Review, 104(3), 832-867 Download paper

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