At What Cost? The Economic Impact of Tobacco Use on National Health Systems, Societies and Individuals : A Summary of Methods and Findings

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Acknowledgements
The production of this monograph would not have been possible
without the dedicated effort and technical expertise of Dr. Mira Johri,
Groupe de recherche interdisciplinaire en santé (GRIS) and Unité de
santé internationale (USI), Université de Montréal. Dr. Johri gave
generously of her time, providing intellectual input and supervising
all aspects of the report’s preparation. Special thanks also go to
Mr. Mark Oremus and Mr. Arik Azoulay for their research assistance
and to an anonymous reader who offered valuable suggestions on
a preliminary draft of this monograph.The guidance given by Dr Montasser Kamal, former Senior Program
Specialist of RITC, in the initial preparation of this monograph is
also appreciated. The careful editing provided by Rosemary Kennedy,
Coordinator of RITC, is gratefully acknowledged. RITC also conveys
its thanks to the staff of Creatrix Design Group for their important
assistance in finalizing the monograph design and bringing it to print.Copyright © 2003
The International Development Research Centre on behalf of
the Research for International Tobacco Control Secretariat
P.O. Box 8500, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1G 3H9
http://www.idrc.ca/tobaccoNational Library of Canada cataloguing in publication dataMain entry under title:
At What Cost? The economic impact of tobacco use on national health
systems, societies and individuals: a summary of methods and findings.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 1-55250-073X
1. Tobacco habit - Developing countries.
2. Tobacco habit - Economic aspects - Developing countries.
3. Smoking - Social aspects - Developing countries.
4. Smoking - Health aspects - Developing countries.
5. Tobacco habit - Government policy.

I. International Development Research Centre (Canada).
Research for International Tobacco Control.

HV5751.A88 2003      362.29’62’097124    C2003-980121-7

All rights reserved.

Suggested reference:
Research for International Tobacco Control (2003).
At What Costì The economic impact oj tobacco use on national health systems,
societies and individuals: a summary of methods and findings.

RITC Monograph Series No. 1. RITC, Ottawa, Canada.

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