Papers on Illicit Trade

Crosbie E, Bialous S, Glantz SA (2019). Memoranda of understanding: a tobacco industry strategy to undermine illicit tobacco trade policies. Tobacco Control.

Curti D, et al. (2018). Tobacco taxation, illegal cigarette supply and geography. Tobacco Control.

Gallagher AWA, et al. (2018). Tobacco industry data on illicit tobacco trade: A systematic review of existing assessments. Tobacco Control.

Gilmore AB, Gallagher AWA, Rowell A (2018). Tobacco industry’s elaborate attempts to control a global track and trace system and fundamentally undermine the Illicit Trade Protocol. Tobacco Control.

Goel RK & Saunoris JW (2018). Cigarette smuggling: Using the shadow economy or creating its own? Journal of Economics and Finance.

Maldonado N, et al. (2018). Measuring illicit cigarette trade in Colombia. Tobacco Control.

Holden C (2017). Graduated sovereignty and global governance gaps: Special economic zones and the illicit trade in tobacco products. Political Geography.

Lauchs M & Keane R (2017). An analysis of the Australian illicit tobacco market. Journal of Financial Crime.

Antonopoulos GA & Hall A (2016). The financial management of the illicit tobacco trade in the United Kingdom. The British Journal of Criminology.

Antonopoulos GA & von Lampe K (2016). ‘Where there’s smoke, there’s money’: An introduction to the special issue on ‘the illicit tobacco market’. Trends in Organized Crime.

Bate R. (2016). Smoking out illicit trade: How some policies intended to limit smoking drive illegal trade. American Enterprise Institute.

Evans-Reeves KA, et al. (2016). Content analysis of tobacco industry data on the illicit tobacco trade in UK newspapers during the standardized packaging debate. The Lancet.

Iglesias RM (2016). Increasing excise taxes in the presence of an illegal cigarette market: The 2011 Brazil tobacco tax reform. Rev Panam Salud Publica.

Joossens L, Gilmore AB, Stoklosa M, et al. (2016). Assessment of the European Union’s illicit trade agreements with the four major Transnational Tobacco Companies. Tobacco Control.

Kupka P & Tvrdá K (2016). “Cigarette smuggling for greenhorns”: Recent patterns of illegal tobacco trade in the Czech Republic. Trends in Organized Crime.

Prieger J, et al. (2016). Targeted enforcement against illicit trade in tobacco products. Pepperdine University – School of Public Policy Working Papers.

Skinnari J & Korsell L (2016). The illicit tobacco market in Sweden – From smuggling to warehousing. Trends in Organized Crime.

Stoklosa M (2016). Is the illicit cigarette market really growing? The tobacco industry’s misleading math trick. Tobacco Control.

Ajmal A & Veng Ian U (2015). Tobacco tax and the illicit trade in tobacco products in New Zealand. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health.

Blecher E, et al. (2015). Euromonitor data on the illicit trade in cigarettes. Tobacco Control.

Chen J, McGhee SM, Townsend J, et al. (2015). Did the tobacco industry inflate estimates of illicit cigarette consumption in Asia? An empirical analysis. Tobacco Control.

Chriqu J, et al. (2015). Use of tobacco tax stamps to prevent and reduce illicit tobacco trade — United States, 2014. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

Evans-Reeves KA, et al. (2015). ‘It will harm business and increase illicit trade’: An evaluation of the relevance, quality and transparency of evidence submitted by transnational tobacco companies to the UK consultation on standardized packaging 2012. Tobacco Control.

McKee M (2015). European watchdog is failing to hold tobacco industry to account over smuggling. BMJ.

National Research Council & Institute of Medicine (2015). Understanding the U.S. illicit tobacco market: Characteristics, policy context, and lessons from international experiences. National Academies Press.

Prasad V (2015). Closing the door on illicit tobacco trade, opens the way to better tobacco control. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal.

Ross H (2015). A critique of the ITIC/O Asia-14 illicit tobacco indicator 2013.

Ross H, et al. (2015). Approaches for controlling illicit tobacco trade — Nine countries and the European Union. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

Ross H (2015). Controlling illicit tobacco trade: International experience. Tobacconomics.

Ross H (2015). Measures to control illicit tobacco trade. Tobacconomics.

Van Walbeek C & Shai L (2015). Are the tobacco industry’s claims about the size of the illicit cigarette market credible? The case of South Africa. Tobacco Control.

WHO (2015). Illegal trade of tobacco products: What you should know to stop it. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.

Abola V, et al. (2014). Empirical measurement of illicit tobacco trade in the Philippines. Philippine Review of Economics.

Calderoni F (2014). A new method for estimating the illicit cigarette market at the subnational level and its application to Italy. Global Crime.

Chaloupka FJ (2014). Taxes, prices and illicit trade: The need for sound evidence. Tobacco Control.

Davis KC, et al. (2014). Cigarette trafficking in five northeastern US cities. Tobacco Control.

Evans-Reeves KA, Hatchard JL, Gilmore AB (2014). “It will harm business and increase illicit trade”: An evaluation of the relevance, quality and transparency of evidence submitted by the tobacco industry to the UK Consultation on standardised packaging 2012. Tobacco Control.

Fooks GJ, et al. (2014). Illicit trade, tobacco industry-funded studies and policy influence in the EU and UK. Tobacco Control.

Gilmore AB, Rowell A, Gallus S, et al. (2014). Towards a greater understanding of the illicit tobacco trade in Europe: A review of the PMI funded ’Project Star’ report. Tobacco Control.

Joossens L, et al. (2014). Illicit cigarettes and hand-rolled tobacco in 18 European countries: A cross-sectional survey. Tobacco Control.

Joossens L & Gilmore AB (2014). The transnational tobacco companies’ strategy to promote Codentify, their inadequate tracking and tracing standard. Tobacco Control.

McNeill A, et al. (2014). Countering the demand for, and supply of, illicit tobacco: An assessment of the ‘North of England Tackling Illicit Tobacco for Better Health’ Programme. Tobacco Control.

Nguyen MT, et al. (2014). The empirical analysis of cigarette tax avoidance and illicit trade in Vietnam, 1998-2010. PLOS One.

Rowell A, Evans-Reeves K, Gilmore AB (2014). Tobacco industry manipulation of data on and press coverage of the illicit tobacco trade in the UK. Tobacco Control.

Skafida V, et al. (2014). Change in tobacco excise policy in Bulgaria: the role of tobacco industry lobbying and smuggling. Tobacco Control.

Stoklosa M & Ross H (2014). Contrasting academic and tobacco industry estimates of illicit cigarette trade: Evidence from Warsaw, Poland. Tobacco Control.

Van Walbeek C (2014). Measuring changes in the illicit cigarette market using government revenue data: The example of South Africa. Tobacco Control.

Von Lampe K, et al. (2014). Land of opportunities: The illicit trade in cigarettes in the United States. In: Van Duyne PC, et al. (eds.). Corruption, greed and crime-money: Sleaze and shady economy in Europe and beyond. Wolf Legal Publishers.

David M (2013). Economics of tobacco toolkit, Tool 7: Understand, measure, and combat tobacco smuggling. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Gruszczynski L (2013). The WHO Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products: A next step in international control of tobacco products. European Journal of Risk Regulation.

Hiropoulos A, et al. (2013). Cigarette smuggling and terrorism financing. In: Leclerc B & Wortley R (eds.). Cognition and crime: Offender decision making and script analyses. Routledge.

L’Hoiry XD (2013). “Shifting the stuff wasn’t any bother”: Illicit enterprise, tobacco bootlegging and deconstructing the British government’s cigarette smuggling discourse. Trends in Organized Crime.

Lugo A, et al. (2013). Smoking prevalence and illicit cigarettes trade in 18 European countries.

Van Walbeek C, et al. (2013). Price and tax measures and illicit trade in the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: What we know and what research is required. Nicotine & Tobacco Research.

Alderman J (2012). Strategies to combat illicit tobacco trade. Tobacco Control Legal Consortium.

Colledge JW (2012). Illicit tobacco trade between the United States and Mexico. Salud Publica Mex.

Cooper A & Witt D (2012). The linkage between tax burden and illicit trade of excisable products: The example of tobacco. World Customs Journal.

Evans-Reeves KA, Hatchard JL, Rowell A, et al. (2012). Content analysis of tobacco industry data on the illicit tobacco trade in UK newspapers during the standardised packaging debate. The Lancet.

Joossens L, Raw M (2012). From cigarette smuggling to illicit tobacco trade. Tobacco Control.

L’Hoiry XD (2012). Tobacco smuggling: A review of the literature. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice.

Liberman J (2012). Combating counterfeit medicines and illicit trade in tobacco products: Minefields in global health governance. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.

Nagy J (2012). Tackling cigarette smuggling with enforcement: Case studies reviewing the experience in Hungary, Romania and the United Kingdom. World Customs Journal.

Pavananunt P (2012). Illicit cigarette trade in Thailand. Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health.

Sy D (2012). Illicit trade protocol: The weakest link: Invited commentary. Tobacco Control.

Von Lampe K, et al. (2012). The changing role of China in the global illegal cigarette trade. International Criminal Justice Review.

Jennings L (2011). Tobacco smuggling: Case study of a pro‐health lobbying initiative. Journal of Public Affairs.

Joossens L (2011). Deliverable 5.2: Illicit tobacco trade in Europe: Issues and solutions.

Lencucha R & Callard C (2011). Lost revenue estimates from the illicit trade of cigarettes: A 12-country analysis. Tobacco Control.

Liberman J, et al. (2011). Opportunities and risks of the proposed FCTC protocol on illicit trade. Tobacco Control.

Titeca K, et al. (2011). Blood cigarettes: Cigarette smuggling and war economies in central and eastern Africa. Tobacco Control.

Blecher E (2010). A mountain or a molehill: Is the illicit trade in cigarettes undermining tobacco control policy in South Africa? Trends in Organized Crime.

Blecher E (2010). Commentary on Joossens et al. (2010): Eliminating the global illicit cigarette trade – What do we really know? Addiction.

Boister N (2010). Recent progress in the development of a protocol on the illicit trade in tobacco products. Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy.

Heydari G, et al. (2010). Prevalence of smuggled and foreign cigarette use in Tehran, 2009. Tobacco Control.

Joossens L, et al. (2010). The impact of eliminating the global illicit cigarette trade on health and revenue. Addiction.

Moodie C, et al. (2010). Adolescents’ awareness of, and involvement with, illicit tobacco in the UK. Tobacco Control.

Schwartz R & Johnson T (2010). Problems, policies and politics: A comparative case study of contraband tobacco from the 1990s to the present in the Canadian context. Journal of Public Health Policy.

Von Lampe K (2010). Preventing organized crime: The case of contraband cigarettes. In: Clarke RV & Tilley N (eds.). Situational prevention of organized crime. London: Willan.

Von Lampe K (2010). The illegal cigarette trade. In: Natarajan M (ed.). International Crime and Justice. Cambridge University Press.

Yurekli A & Sayginsoy O (2010). Worldwide organized cigarette smuggling: An empirical analysis. Applied Economics.

Joossens L, Raw M (2008). Progress in combating cigarette smuggling: Controlling the supply chain. Tobacco Control.

Kelton JMH, Givel MS (2008). Public policy implications of tobacco industry smuggling through native American reservations into Canada. International Journal of Health Services.

Nakkash R, Lee K (2008). Smuggling as the “key to a combined market”: British American Tobacco in Lebanon. Tobacco Control.

Lee K, Collin J (2006). “Key to the future”: British American tobacco and cigarette smuggling in China. PLoS Medicine.

Collin J, Legresley E, MacKenzie R, Lawrence S, Lee K (2004). Complicity in contraband: British American Tobacco and cigarette smuggling in Asia. Tobacco Control.

WHO FCTC Secretariat (undated). The Tobacco Industry and the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products.