By Julien Leider and Lisa M. Powell|Posted on March 15, 2022
In a series of P3RC briefs, researchers have summarized the results of studies examining the impacts of US SSB taxes on prices, demand, substitution to untaxed beverages and food items, and employment.
Maddie Offstein, a research assistant for the P3RC Core Research project, received an honorable mention in the Master’s Scholarly Public Health Practice Competition at the 2nd virtual School of Public Health Research and…
A new study led by P3RC Director, Lisa Powell, PhD, found that following the repeal of the County County, IL Sweetened Beverage Tax (SBT), the volume sold of taxed beverages returned right back to its pre-tax levels.
Christina Welter, DrPH, MPH|Posted on January 25, 2021
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