Genesis Analytics was contracted by Nedlac to undertake an independent assessment of the economic, health and social impact of the proposed amendments to the Liquor Amendment Bill.
Led by Ryan Short, partner in the Shared Value practice, the team working on the project includes experts in both health and economic modelling.
The Bill has significant implications for the consumption of alcohol including restrictions on the advertising of liquor; increasing the legal drinking age from 18 to 21; and the introduction of vicarious liability for alcohol manufacturers and distributors.
Genesis drew on its vast experience in conducting regulatory impact assessments and providing unbiased findings and recommendations to the social partners.
The report will be published on this site as soon as it is made public.