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Longitudinal Study: HILDA
Title: Household expenditure of smokers and ex-smokers across socioeconomic groups: results from a large nationwide Australian longitudinal survey
Authors: Lal, Anita
Mohebi, Mohammadreza
White, Sarah L
Scollo, Michelle
McCaffrey, Nikki
Publication Date: 8-Sep-2022
Pages: 1706
Keywords: smokers
smoking cessation
household expenditure
Abstract: Countries with best practice tobacco control measures have experienced significant reductions in smoking prevalence, but socioeconomic inequalities remain. Spending on tobacco products, particularly by low-income groups can negatively affect expenditure on other goods and services. This study aims to compare the household expenditure of adults who smoke tobacco products and those who formerly smoked across socioeconomic groups.
DOI: 10.1186/s12889-022-14083-y
Keywords: Household expenditure; Quitters; Smokers; Smoking cessation
Research collection: Journal Articles
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