Why Do Europeans Smoke More than Americans?

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It's getting tougher to find places to smoke in America. More and more towns and cities are banning smoking in bars and restaurants. Beleaguered smokers might look across the pond to Europe where their compatriots seem to smoke without a care.


David Cutler, Professor of applied economics at Harvard University; dean for the Social Sciences at Harvard University; co-author of Why Do Europeans Smoke More than Americans?



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