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How Do Workplace Smoking Laws Work? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Local Laws in Ontario, Canada

Christopher Carpenter

NBER Working Paper No. 13133
Issued in May 2007

---- Acknowledgements -----

Carpenter is Assistant Professor of Economics/Public Policy, The Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine, kittc@uci.edu, 443 SB UC Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697-3125. These results are based on data from the CAMH Monitor and are protected by a confidentiality agreement. Interested readers can contact the author for details on how to request access. I am grateful to Anca Ialomiteanu and Ed Adlaf for assistance with the data. Marianne Bitler, Tom Buchmueller, Phil DeCicca, Mireille Jacobson, David Neumark, Mark Stehr, and Madeline Zavodny provided very useful comments on previous drafts. I am also grateful for comments from seminar participants at the NBER, the Paul Merage School of Business, the 2006 Canadian Health Economics Study Group Meetings, the 2006 American Society of Health Economists Meetings, and the University of South Florida. All errors are my own. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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