POTENTIAL IMPACT OF INCREASED SMOKING RESTRICTIONS IN NEW YORK CITY

1994-11-30

Draft; Illegible/Difficult to Read; Draft of a study examining potential effects of a proposed city ordinance to increase smoking restrictions in enclosed public places in New York City on the city's economy. Focuses on eating places, hotels and motels, and conventions and tourism. Discusses survey methods and results. Finds that many city businesses expect such an ordinance to result in substanti... read more

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CENSUS OF RETAIL TRADE
CENSUS OF SERVICE
CITY COUNCIL
CITY SALES TAX REVENUE
METROPOLITAN COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DIS
NY CONVENTION + VISITORS BUREAU
NY DEPT OF FINANCE
PRICE WATERHOUSE
SURVEY SAMPLING
US BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
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