The Demand for Illicit Drugs in the UK: Survey Evidence
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- Ziggy MacDonald & Stephen Pudney, 2001.
"Illicit drug use and labour market achievement: evidence from the UK,"
Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 33(13), pages 1655-1668.
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- Z. MacDonald & S. Pudney, 2000.
"Analysing drug abuse with British Crime Survey data: modelling and questionnaire design issues,"
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C,
Royal Statistical Society, vol. 49(1), pages 95-117.
- Ziggy MacDonald & Stephen Pudney, "undated". "Analysing Drug Abuse with British Crime Survey Data: Modelling and Questionnaire Design Issues," Discussion Papers in Public Sector Economics 98/11, Department of Economics, University of Leicester.
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