Benefit-cost analysis of EPA's workplace smoking policiesIn 1991 the booklet “A benefit-cost analysis of the environmental protection agency's draft guide to workplace smoking policies” was written
It was well paid work, even though Savarese did not mention all the names of the authors, which is strange as the document 1) does mention other names 2) this is written AFTER the 1987-audit in which the industry complained Savarese hiding some names from them.
Of course, again the authors did not work independently
It is amusing to read that the Tobacco Institute hired Miller and Tollison because they could not find anyone else
Either the output was subpar or did not meet the tobacco industry’s needs, as the work was not used.