"The cost-of-alcohol tradition is based on promises about future cost-effectiveness studies. Sadly, there is no treasure at the end of the rainbow." - Klaus Mäkelä
Kerstin Stenius Why should we discuss cost-of-alcohol studies?
Klaus Mäkelä Cost-of-alcohol studies as a research programme
Jürgen Rehm Cost of illness studies for alcohol consumption – Why are they still in demand?
Robin Room Cost of alcohol studies: A policy tool, not a research programme
Pia Johansson Costs of alcohol harms: Views from a public health economist
Hans Olav Melberg Social cost of alcohol: Not always useless even if subjective?
Thomas F. Babor Estimating the societal costs of alcohol: A bridge too far?
Douglas M. Walker Problems identified by Mäkelä parallel those in ’social cost of gambling’ studies
Klaus Mäkelä To be avoided: A false sense of precision
Maria Abrahamson Moral norms in older Swedish women’s drinking narratives. Enduring patterns and successively new features
Signe Ravn & Jakob Demant Prevalence and perceptions of ketamine use among Danish clubbers: A mixed-method study
Patrik Karlsson Personal experiences of drinking and alcohol-related risk perceptions: The importance of the subjective dimension
Vibeke Asmussen Frank & Helle Vibeke Dahl (red.) Ragnar Hauge: Kriminalitet og illegale rusmidler
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