Unintended Consequences of Excise Tax on Tobacco and Nicotine Delivery Products in Kenya


In principle, Excise taxes are levied on goods and services whose consequences are considered socially undesirable. Most developing countries, including Kenya, rely on excise taxes for revenue. Furthermore, it can be used to achieve public health goals by discouraging the consumption of harmful products such as alcohol and tobacco, thereby addressing negative externalities of that […]

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