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Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax: cost studies

A Penny-Per-Ounce Tax on Sugar Sweetened Beverages Would Cut Health And Cost Burdens of Diabetes

This modelling study by Wang et al. uses the Coronary Heart Disease Policy Model to look at the nationwide impact of a penny-per-ounce excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages between 2010 and 2020. 

Cost Effectiveness of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Excise Tax in the U.S. 

Long et al. conducted the first study to estimate the cost-effectiveness of implementing a $0.01 per ounce sugar-sweetened beverage excise tax in the United States. 

The Economic Impact of the Soft Drinks Levy 

This reports looks at the impact this levy would have both for the region as well as on the UK soft drinks industry. 

Estimating the potential of taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages to reduce consumption and generate revenue

The aim of this paper is to offer a method for estimating revenues from an excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages and diet varieties that governments of various levels could expect immediately and in the future. 

Cost-effectiveness of Childhood Obesity Interventions

This paper from the Childhood Obesity Intervention Cost-Effectiveness Study was based on a collaborative modelling effort to provide estimates of the effectiveness, costs, reach and cost-effectiveness to reduce childhood obesity in the United States. 

Nutritional Policy Changes in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: A Microsimulation and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

The objective of this study is to estimate the health impacts and cost-effectiveness of banning or taxing sugar-sweetened beverages or subsidising fruits and vegetables purchased with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Programme.