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price and purity of illicit drugs : 1981 through the second quarter of 2003

price and purity of illicit drugs : 1981 through the second quarter of 2003

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Published by Executive Office of the President in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drugs of abuse -- Prices -- United States.,
  • Drug traffic -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementExecutive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy.
    ContributionsCaulkins, Jonathan P. 1965-, United States. Office of National Drug Control Policy., Rand Corporation. Drug Policy Research Center, Public Safety and Justice Program (Rand Corporation).
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 70, A-26 p. :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21687456M

    4Rand Corporation, The Price and Purity of Illegal Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of (Washington, D.C., November ). Specifically, the report uses data compiled through June and notes that since , the price of cocaine had declined. 5Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Results from the The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of November (Publication Number NCJ ), Ta p truth: the Anti-drugwar.

      Price and purity varied considerably by region. The average retail-level purity of South American heroin 17 Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through (continued) Congressional Research Service 4 the Second Quarter of , November , p. Exec. Office of the President, Office of Nat’l Drug Control Policy, The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of (Nov. ) , 10 Nat’l Drug Intelligence Ctr., New York Drug Threat Assessment: Cocaine (Nov.

      Abstract. Infective endocarditis is a potentially fatal consequence of illicit injection drug use. We estimate that the number of hospitalization for injection drug use-related infective endocarditis increased by 38%–66% in the United States between – and –, a period during which the number of at-risk persons (i.e., injection drug users) remained stable. Emergency Department Trends From the Drug Abuse Warning Network, Final Estimates – Rockville, Md, Department of Health and Human Services, Google Scholar. The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of Washington, DC, Office of National Drug Control Policy, Google Scholar.


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Price and purity of illicit drugs : 1981 through the second quarter of 2003 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter ofOffice of National Drug Control Policy, November This report extends, improves, and augments previous estimates of trends in the price and purity of five major illicit drugs: powder cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, d-methamphetamine, and marijuana.

Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter ofusing the same Expected Purity Hypothesis (EPH) modeling methodology that produced the estimates given in the report. This Results Report is accompanied by an associated Technical Report that addresses related descriptions and analyses of the System To.

Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter ofusing the same Expected Purity Hypothesis (EPH) modeling methodology that produced the estimates given in the report. This. Results Report. is accompanied by an associated. Technical Report. that addresses related descriptions and analyses of the System To.

Get this from a library. The price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of [Jonathan P Caulkins; United States. Office of National Drug Control Policy.; RAND Drug Policy Research Center.; Public Safety and Justice Program (Rand Corporation);].

The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of Office of National Drug Control Policy, The White House, Washington, DC; Grossman, M., Individual behaviors and substance use: the role of by: and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through Second Quarter ofa companion report prepared for the Office of National Drug Control Policy (hen ceforth referred to as the main report).

This. The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of Office of National Drug Control Policy, The White House, Washington, DC; Grossman, M., Individual behaviors. Technical report for the price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of Washington: Executive Office of the President (Publication Number NCJ ;   The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as Publication # NCJNovember.

The illegal drug trade or drug trafficking is a global black market dedicated to the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of drugs that are subject to drug prohibition laws. Most jurisdictions prohibit trade, except under license, of many types of drugs through the use of drug prohibition laws.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime's World Drug Report estimates the size. The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of of trends in the price and purity of five major illicit drugs-powder cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, d.

The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: through the Second Quarter of Executive Office of the President; Washington, DC, )) Over the last several decades, national and international drug surveillance systems have demonstrated a general pattern of falling drug prices and increasing drug purity—despite massive investments in drug.

The price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as. Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Technical Report for the Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of ONDCP Publication # NCJ Washington, DC: c.

Pacula Rosalie Liccardo, Kilmer Beau. Office of National Drug Control Policy, "The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of " (Washington DC: Executive Office of the President, November ), Publication Number NCJp. vii. Technical report for the price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of [Internet].

Washington: Executive Office of the President (US), Office of National Drug Control Policy; Nov [cited Nov 3]. ONDCP. The price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of Washington, D.C.: United States Office of National Drug Control Policy Degenhardt L, Chiu W-T, Sampson N, Kessler RC, Anthony JC, Angermeyer M, et al.

Toward a global view of. Office of National Drug Control Policy (). The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of Washington DC: Executive Office of the President (Publication Number NCJ ) Electronic Access to Publication This document can be accessed electronically through the following World Wide Web address.

16 National Drug Intelligence Center, National Drug Threat AssessmentFebruary 17 Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter ofNovemberp.

The price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as publication no. NJC Report prepared by RAND and published by the Office of National Drug Control Policy as publication no.

NJC. Technical report for the price and purity of illicit drugs: through the second quarter of [report on the Internet]. Washington: Executive Office of the President (US), Office of National Drug Control Policy; Nov [cited Nov 3].

Report No. NCJ Source: Office of National Drug Control Policy The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: Through the Second Quarter of November (Publication Number NCJ ), Ta p  3. United States Office of National Drug Control Policy. The Price and Purity of Illicit Drugs: through the Second Quarter of Executive Office of the President; Washington, DC, 4.

World Drug Report Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; 5.