The consumption patterns of beer, wine and spirits in the UK are analysed to find reasons for the rapid growth in recent years of wine consumption. Data are presented together with the demand model and estimation results. Consumption of the three beverages is simulated to see the effect of various levels of tax and the effects of changes of preference over time. Growth in income, changing preferences and lower tax rates are found to be possible causes for the growth in wine consumption and the corresponding fall in spirits consumption.
Selvanathan, E.A. and Selvanathan, S. (1991), "An Econometric Analysis of Wine Consumption in the United Kingdom", International Journal of Wine Marketing, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp. 3-14. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb017571Download as .RIS
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