in: Ekonomi, Politika ve Uygulamalarının Ampirik Tahlili: İktisat, Finans, Maliye, Şahin Karabulut, Editor, Gazi Kitabevi, Ankara, pp.25-39, 2021
Health expenditures are made by the states to reduce tobacco addiction
due to diseases caused by tobacco consumption and to reduce mortality rates
for this purpose. At the same time, tobacco products have a tax-increasing
effect. Health expenditures related to tobacco consumption are made by the
state due to both the diseases caused by the consumption of tobacco products
and the reduction of tobacco addiction in society. On the other hand, tobacco
products have an increasing effect on tax revenue. Another effective
intervention of the World Health Organization has also prevented the passive
interaction of non-smokers in the areas that people usually use in common.
Ultimately, alcohol and tobacco control studies produce effective results for
smokers as well as non-smokers.