Replication data for: Public-Place Smoking Laws and Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS)

Casey Warman, Sabina Postolek & Christopher Carpenter
Public-place smoking restrictions are the most important non-price tobacco control measures worldwide, yet surprisingly little is known about their effects on exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS). We study these laws in Canada using data with questions about respondents' ETS exposure in public and private places. In fixed effects models we find these laws had no effects on smoking but induced large and statistically significant reductions in public-place ETS exposure, especially in bars and restaurants....
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