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Table 1 Overview of the included societal effects and their indicators

From: A social cost-benefit analysis of meat taxation and a fruit and vegetables subsidy for a healthy and sustainable food consumption in the Netherlands

IndicatorModelSupporting Data
ConsumptionDynamo-HIA [27]- Dutch National Food Consumption Survey [28]
- Price elasticities [29]
- More detail: supplemental file 2
HealthDynamo-HIA [27]Disease associations Dutch Health Council [30]
- QALY value [26, 31]
- Dutch Cost of Illness study [32, 33]
- More detail: supplemental file 2
Productivity - Labour participation [34,35,36,37,38]
- Productivity (absenteeism and presenteeism [39])
- More detail: supplemental file 1
Environmental impactReCiPe [40]- Dutch National Food Consumption Survey [28]
- Life Cycle Analysis (Blonk Consultants)
- Extrapolations to all foods consumed (S.F 3)
- Environmental indicator costs [41]
- More detail: supplemental file 3
Consumer surplus - Price elasticities [29]
- More detail: supplemental file 1
Policy revenue - Tax and subsidy
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- More detail: supplemental file 1
Policy costs - Implementation costs [42]
- More detail: supplemental file 1
Stakeholders - Consumers
- Government