1. Spirits Purchasing and Marijuana Use Behaviors of Risky Drinkers in the State of Washington from 2014 to 2016
    Kerr WC, Ye Y, Greenfield TK. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 198, 7-12.
    Date: 2019
  2. Changes in Spirits Purchasing Behaviors After Privatization of Government Controlled Sales in Washington
    Kerr WC, Ye Y, Greenfield TK. Drug and Alcohol Review. 38(3), 294-301.
    Date: 2019
  3. Survey Estimates of Changes in Alcohol Use Patterns Following the 2012 Privatization of the Washington Liquor Monopoly
    Kerr WC, Williams E, Ye Y, Subbaraman MS, Greenfield TK. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 53(4), 470-476.
    Date: 2018
  4. Alcohol Distribution Reforms and School Proximity to Liquor Sales Outlets in New Brunswick
    Slaunwhite AK, McEachern J, Ronis ST, Peters PA. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 108(5-6), 488-496.
    Date: 2018
  5. Liquor Landscapes: Does Access to Alcohol Outlets Influence Alcohol Consumption in Young Adults?
    Foster S TG, Hooper P Oddy WH Wood L Knuiman M. Health Place. 45, 17-23.
    Date: 2017
  6. Washington State Spirits Privatization: How Satisfied Were Liquor Purchasers Before and After, and by Type of Retail Store in 2014?
    Greenfield TK, Williams E, Kerr WC, Subbaraman MS, Ye Y. Substance Use & Misuse. 7-Jan.
    Date: 2017
  7. Liquor Legislation, Last Drinks, and Lockouts: The Newcastle (Australia) Solution
    Hoffman GR, Palazzi K, Oteng Boateng BK, Oldmeadow C. International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. 46(6), 740-745.
    Date: 2017
  8. Liquor Licenses Issued to Australian Schools
    Ward BM, Kippen R, Munro G, Buykx P, McBride N, Wiggers J, Clark M. BMC Public Health. 18(1), 1-9.
    Date: 2017
  9. Do Consumers Exploit Commitment Opportunities? Evidence from Natural Experiments Involving Liquor Consumption
    Bernheim BD, Meer J, Novarro NK. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. 8(4), 41-69.
    Date: 2016
  10. Assessing the Impact of Stricter Alcohol Advertising Standards: The Case of Beam Global Spirits
    Ross CS, Sparks A, Jernigan DH. Journal of Public Affairs. 16(3), 245-254.
    Date: 2016
  11. Opinions on the Privatization of Distilled-Spirits Sales in Washington State: Did Voters Change their Minds?
    Subbaraman MS, Kerr WC. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 77(4), 568-576.
    Date: 2016
  12. Impacts of Changes to Trading Hours of Liquor Licenses on Alcohol-Related Harm: A Systematic Review 2005–2015
    Wilkinson C, Livingston M, Room R. Public Health Research & Practice. 26(4).
    Date: 2016
  13. Estimated Increase in Cross‐Border Purchases by Washington Residents Following Liquor Privatization and Implications for Alcohol Consumption Trends
    Ye Y, Kerr WC. Addiction. 111(11), 1948-1953.
    Date: 2016
  14. The Price of Liquor is Too Damn High: Alcohol Taxation and Market Structure
    Conlon CT, Rao N. NYU Wagner Research Paper No. 2610118. .
    Date: 2015
  15. Presentations with Alcohol‐Related Serious Injury to a Major Sydney Trauma Hospital After 2014 Changes to Liquor Laws
    Fulde GWO, Smith M, Forster SL. Medical Journal of Australia. 203(9), 366-366.
    Date: 2015
  16. Analysis of Price Changes in Washington Following the 2012 Liquor Privatization
    Kerr WC, Williams E, Greenfield TK. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 50(6), 654-660.
    Date: 2015
  17. Analysis of Price Changes in Washington Following the 2012 Liquor Privatization
    Kerr WC, Williams E, Greenfield TK. Alcohol and Alcoholism (Oxford, Oxfordshire). 50(6), 654-660.
    Date: 2015
  18. The Effects of Liquor Licensing Restriction on Alcohol-Related Violence in NSW, 2008-13: Liquor Licensing Restrictions and Violence
    Menéndez P, Tusell F, Weatherburn D. Addiction. 110(10), 1574-1582.
    Date: 2015
  19. Association of the Availability of Beer, Wine, and Liquor Outlets with Beverage‐Specific Alcohol Consumption: A Cohort Study
    Halonen JI, Kivimäki M, Pentti J, Virtanen M, Subramanian SV, Kawachi I, Vahtera J. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 38(4), 1086-1093.
    Date: 2014
  20. Privatization in Pennsylvania: How Reforming the Pennsylvania Liquor Code Would Benefit the Commonwealth and Its Citizens
    Snyder E. Penn State Law Review. 119, 279-301.
    Date: 2014
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