Tagged: retail

Bad Beer takes - The Dismal Science

Eric Crampton Feb 08, 2018

The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson likes craft beer. But his take on its rise in the US doesn’t make a lot of sense. And I’m surprised that Noah Smith didn’t catch the errors. Thompson argues that the complicated morass of American state-level regulations around brewing and beer distribution meant that the big brewers couldn’t take the whole field. At … Read More

Progress on reducing retail availability of sugary drinks in NZ - Public Health Expert

Public Health Expert May 16, 2016

Prof Nick Wilson, Dr Cristina Cleghorn, Dr Andrea Teng, Dr Rob Beaglehole, Prof Tony Blakely New Zealand has made some progress in removing the sale of sugary drinks from hospitals and schools. In this blog we look at such successes to date and consider what could be done to further reduce availability of these products which are both harming oral … Read More

(Un)licensed to kill: do we need to regulate how tobacco is sold? - Public Health Expert

Public Health Expert Apr 21, 2016

By Lindsay Robertson, Janet Hoek, Richard Edwards and Louise Marsh* Two recent articles by Aspire2025 researchers have explored how tobacco sales in New Zealand could be more effectively regulated. The first examines licensing models that have been implemented overseas, while the second explores how provisions from the Psychoactive Substances Act 2013 could inform tobacco supply policies (both published in the … Read More