Bulletin on Narcotics

Volume LIII, Nos. 1 and 2, 2001

Dynamic drug policy: Understanding and controlling drug epidemics

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Contents

Preface

The need for dynamic models of drug markets
by P. Reuter

The dynamic character of drug problems
by J. P. Caulkins

Key variables and data requirements in modelling drug systems
by E. Single

A mover-stayer type model for epidemics of problematic drug use
by C. Rossi

The dynamic process of dynamic modelling: the cocaine epidemic in the United States of America
by D. A. Behrens and G. Tragler

Pharmaco-economics of drug addiction: estimating the costs of hepatitis C virus, hepatitis B virus and human immunodeficiency virus infection among injecting drug users in member States of the European Union
by M. J. Postma, L. G. Wiessing and J. C. Jager

Controlling infectious diseases among injection drug users: learning (the right) lessons from acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
by H. Pollack

Age-specific multi-state initiation models: insights from considering heterogeneity
by C. Almeder, J. P. Caulkins, G. Feichtinger and G. Tragler

The epidemiology of drug use at the macro level: indicators, models and policy-making
by L. Wiessing, R. Hartnoll and C. Rossi

Incidence indicators for policy-making: models, estimation and implications
by L. Ravà, M. G. Calvani, S. Heisterkamp, L. Wiessing and C. Rossi