Research | Public subsidy
Thom M. Lights, camera, but no action? Tax and economic development lessons from state motion picture incentive programs. American Review of Public Administration. OnlineFirst. 5 June 2016.
American Academy of Pediatrics. Public policy to protect children from tobacco, nicotine, and tobacco smoke. Pediatrics. 1 November 2015.
Polansky JR, Glantz SA. California film subsidies and on-screen smoking: Resolving the policy conflict. UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education. San Francisco, CA. 1 January 2012.
Millett C, Hanewinkel R, Britton J, Florek E, Faggiano F, Ness A, McKee M, Polansky JR, Glantz SA. European governments should stop subsidizing films with tobacco imagery. European Journal of Public Health. 2012 Apr;22(2):167-8. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckr183. 16 December 2011.
Millett C, Polansky JR, Glantz SA. Government inaction on ratings and government subsidies to the U.S. film industry help promote youth smoking. PLOS Medicine. 2011;8(8):e1001077. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1001077. 23 August 2011.
Polansky JR, Glantz SA. Taxpayer subsidies for US films with tobacco imagery. UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education. San Francisco, CA. 10 November 2009.
Alamar B, Glantz SA. Tobacco industry profits from smoking in the movies. Pediatrics. 1 April 2006.