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by Harold D. Holder

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ISBN:
9122018689
Author:
Harold D. Holder
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Politics & Government
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English
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Almqvist & Wiksell Intl (December 1, 2000)
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263 pages
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Holder, Harold D. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. The SALIS Collection: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs.

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This leads us to the focus of this book. The Single European Act and the (Maastricht) Treaty on European Union were seen by many as representing a new stage in European integration. Preventive alcohol policy has gained in importance in many European Union member states as well as at the European Union level especially during the last decade. However, the European Union is still basically an economic union and its mandate to affect alcohol consumption, drinking habits, or alcohol-related problems is very restricted.

Sweden and the European Union: Changes in National Alcohol Policy and Their Consequences. European Integration and Nordic Alcohol Policies - Changes in Alcohol Controls and Consequences in Finland, Norway and Sweden 1987. All of that has changed during the past decade with the expansion of the European Union (EU) and the dramatic developments which this has brought in eliminating trade barriers and restrictive national policies. This book examines the process by which Nordic countries have responded to these changes.

The total amount of alcohol consumed in Sweden-Recent findings and methodological considerations. In H. Holder (E., Sweden and the European union: Changes in national alcohol policy and their consequences (pp. 63–78). Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International. Kühlhorn, . & Trolldal, B. (2000). The process of changes during Sweden’s integration into the European Union. 29–42).

European Union : Changes in National Alcohol Policy and Their Consequences.

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Status report on alcohol consumption, harm Changes in understanding of health consequences of alcohol use .

Status report on alcohol consumption, harm. and policy responses in 30 European countries. Changes in understanding of health consequences of alcohol use resulting in changes of methodology. 10. Key indicators of health burden. Notes on Alcohol and the State. Stockholm, Sweden: Almqvist & Wicksell, 2000. Background: Facts about Swedish Alcohol Policy. Stockholm, Sweden: National Board for Health and Welfare, 1988. Lofgren, Bo, and Nelson-Lofgren, Inger. Is Sweden an Alcoholized Country? Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish Institute, 1980. Makela,, Klaus, and Viikari, Matti.

This book descibes the changes in alcohol policy and practice and the consequences for each of these countries .

This book descibes the changes in alcohol policy and practice and the consequences for each of these countries as a result of the association with the EU. It describes the negotiations and their results concerning alcohol policy, the patterns of alcohol sales and consumption, changes in public values and attitudes concerning alcohol sales and its control, the health and social problems which are related to these changes and economic factors, and the consequences of changes in alcohol policy.

Topics discussed include national systems of alcohol production and distribution, taxation, retail prices, patterns . 2. Nordic Alcohol Control Policy and the Process of European Integration.

Topics discussed include national systems of alcohol production and distribution, taxation, retail prices, patterns of alcohol consumption, economic actors, social and health consequences and changes in attitudes to alcohol policy in the Nordic countries. 1. Background: History and Purpose of Nordic Alcohol Control Policies. 3. National Systems for Alcohol Production, Distribution, and Retail. 4. Taxation and Retail Prices of Alcoholic Beverages. 5. Levels and Patterns of Alcohol Consumption.

2000 book, Sweden and the European Union: Changes in National Alcohol Policy and Their Consequences. If approved, the allowance was between a half-litre and up to four litres of spirits per month until 1941, when the maximum was decreased to three litres

2000 book, Sweden and the European Union: Changes in National Alcohol Policy and Their Consequences. If approved, the allowance was between a half-litre and up to four litres of spirits per month until 1941, when the maximum was decreased to three litres. The average ration granted was two litres per month, which was what was typically granted to unmarried men. Women were granted the smallest rations. An unmarried woman of 30 or older might be allowed a maximum of one or two litres per quarter.