The economic impact of changes in alcohol consumption in the UK


The Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) asked the Fraser of Allander Institute to examine the potential macroeconomic impact from changes in UK alcohol consumption using the Input-Output methodology. The report expands on a standard IO impact analysis by incorporating changes in tastes, reallocation of consumption and investigating the possible impacts of different government policies.

The technical analysis, methodology and writing of the results was undertaken independently by the FAI.

Published: 11 April 2018

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