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Article

Rossow, Ingeborg (2001) Alcohol and homicide: a cross-cultural comparison of the relationship in 14 European countries. Addiction , 96 , (Supplement 1) , pp. 77-92.

Evidence resource

Rossow, Ingeborg and McCambridge, Jim [Biomed Central] . (2019) The handling of evidence in national and local policy making: a case study of alcohol industry actor strategies regarding data on on-premise trading hours and violence in Norway. BMC Public Health, 19 (1)

Book

Babor, Thomas and Caetano, Raul and Casswell, Sally and Edwards, Griffith and Geisbrecht, Norman and Graham, Kathryn and Grube, Joel and Hill, Linda and Holder, Harold D and Homel, Ross and Livingston, Michael and Osterberg, Esa and Rehm, Jürgen and Room, Robin and Rossow, Ingeborg (2010) Alcohol: no ordinary commodity. Research and public policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Babor, Thomas and Caetano, Raul and Casswell, Sally and Edwards, Griffith and Giesbrecht, Norman and Graham, Kathryn and Grube, Joel and Gruenewald, Paul and Hill, Linda and Holder, Harold D and Homel, Ross and Osterberg, Esa and Rehm, Jürgen and Room, Robin and Rossow, Ingeborg (2003) Alcohol: no ordinary commodity. Research and public policy. New York: Oxford University Press .

Babor, Thomas and Caulkins, Jonathan P. and Edwards, Griffith and Fischer, Benedikt and Foxcroft, David and Humphreys, Keith and Obot, Isidore and Rehm, Jürgen and Reuter, Peter and Room, Robin and Rossow, Ingeborg and Strang, John (2010) Drug policy and the public good. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Babor, Thomas and Caulkins, Jonathan P and Fischer, Benedikt and Foxcroft, David and Medina-Mora, Maria Elena and Obot, Isidore and Rehm, Jürgen and Reuter, Peter and Room, Robin and Rossow, Ingeborg and Strang, John (2018) Drug policy and the public good. Second edition Oxford: Oxford University Press .

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