analysis of household"s tobacco consumption decisions: evidence from India

by Rijo M. John

Publisher: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research in Mumbai

Written in English
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  • Tobacco use -- India -- Econometric models.

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Part of ongoing Ph.D. thesis.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 16-28).

StatementRijo M. John.
SeriesWorking paper -- no. 002-2004
ContributionsIndira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (Bombay, India)
LC ClassificationsHV5770.I4 J64 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL16247279M
LC Control Number2006414150

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Though both the authors have made a descriptive analysis of the socio-economic distribution and patterns of tobacco consumption separately for rural and urban India, they have not analysed the household characteristics leading to tobacco consumption.

More over these analysis were also limited to smoked and smokeless tobacco. Downloadable. Tobacco products such as bidi and cigarette, both of which are smoked, cater to different kinds of households in India, and analyzing them separately may yield results that are useful for public policy.

Hence, we analyze the consumption patterns, socio-economic distribution and the household choice of a variety of tobacco products across rural and urban India. Variables such as education, sex ratio, alcohol and pan consumption were found to be significant factors determining tobacco consumption habits of Indian households.

The effect of some of the. Downloadable. The consumption patterns, socio-economic distribution and the household choice of a variety of tobacco products across rural and urban India are analyzed.

Using a Multinomial Logit Model, the choice behavior of a household in deciding whether and which tobacco products to consume analyzed. Household level data from National Sample Survey in India for the yearwhich. BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{John04ananalysis, author = {Rijo M John}, title = {An analysis of household tobacco consumption decisions: Evidence from india’, Working Paper No}, booktitle = {, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research}, year = {}}.

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An analysis of household's tobacco consumption decisions: Evidence from India. By Rijo John. The Analysis of Household Surveys, Tobacco consumption in India: A new look using data from the national sample survey', (). Tobacco consumption patterns and its health implications in India.

Household level data from National Sample Survey in India for the yearwhich has information onhouseholds, has been used for this purpose. We nd that most forms of tobacco consumption are higher among socially disadvantaged and low-income groups in the country.

This does not indicate that price has no effects on initiating tobacco consumption. The empirical evidence so far on the effect of price on smoking initiation is mixed (Cawley, Markowitz, & Tauras, ). The fact that the result here is based on household and not on individual consumption decisions may affect these conclusions to some extend.

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Environmental pressure from households is projected to significantly increase by (OECD, a). One of the key determinants of household consumption patterns is economic growth, with the relative economic importance of countries such as China and India increasing.

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Nevertheless, households report almost no expenditures on alcohol and tobacco, which at least is consistent with the more reliable estimates discussed earlier.

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India accounts for ~8% of the global cement production installed capacity. In FYIndia held the second position in the global cement industry, with a. Within households, an individual often makes consumption decisions for the collective. Leading intra-household decision making models predict efficiency based on perfect information about individuals’ preferences and benevolence.

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