Modelling the health impact of food taxes and subsidies with price elasticities: the case for additional scaling of food consumption using the total food expenditure elasticity

29 Sep 2019 Blakely Tony Nghiem Nhung Genc Murat Mizdrak Anja Cobiac Linda Mhurchu Cliona Ni Swinburn Boyd Scarborough Peter Cleghorn Christine

Background Food taxes and subsidies are one intervention to address poor diets. Price elasticity (PE) matrices are commonly used to model the change in food purchasing... (read more)

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