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Jeffrey A. Miron, Elina Tetelbaum

NBER Working Paper No. 13257
Issued in July 2007
NBER Program(s):Law and Economics, Public Economics

The minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) is widely believed to save lives by reducing traffic fatalities among underage drivers. Further, the Federal Uniform Drinking Age Act, which pressured all states to adopt an MLDA of 21, is regarded as having contributed enormously to this life saving effect. This paper challenges both claims. State-level panel data for the past 30 years show that any nationwide impact of the MLDA is driven by states that increased their MLDA prior to any inducement from the federal government. Even in early adopting states, the impact of the MLDA did not persist much past the year of adoption. The MLDA appears to have only a minor impact on teen drinking.


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Document Object Identifier (DOI): 10.3386/w13257

Published: Jeffrey A. Miron & Elina Tetelbaum, 2009. "Does The Minimum Legal Drinking Age Save Lives?," Economic Inquiry, Western Economic Association International, vol. 47(2), pages 317-336, 04. citation courtesy of In To org Licenses Should Illegal States Be The Obtain United Debate Drivers Allowed Immigrants

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