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I Was Gonna Write This Post, But Then I Got High…(No Worries, It’s Almost Legal)

July 12th, 2010 · 190 Comments
Econ 101 · Policy

I was gonna write this post, until I got high
I was gonna get up and find my notes, But then I got high
My post is still not done and I know why, (why man) ‘cuz I got high
Because I got high
Because I got high
Afroman, with a little help from econgirl

Normal people procrastinate by getting stoned. I apparently procrastinate by reading about the projected economic effects of pot legalization:

The Santa Monica-based, nonprofit research institute predicted the cost of marijuana, which runs between $300 and $450 per ounce, could plunge to about $38 by eliminating the expense of compensating suppliers for the challenges of operating in the black market.

The researchers were not certain how much that decline in price might spur use, but noted that one typical estimate is that a 10% drop in price increases use by about 3%. Other factors, such as the elimination of legal risks, could also increase usage between 5% and 50%.

I’m enough of a nerd that I went through and read the whole RAND report, which is entitled “Altered State?” (I love punny titles) and can be found here. My first thought was the following (from an xkcd t-shirt):

(Please spare me the comments about social science versus “real” science. It’s not like I don’t know, ok? Hmph.)

So let’s walk through this. (Feel free to grab a joint to puff on as we go.) On the supply side, there are two ways we could think about this. One is what economists would call an increase in technology, which just means that if pot is legalized growers will be able to get more output for a given level of input resources. The simple reason for this is that it’s generally more efficient and cost-effective to use legitimate large-scale agricultural technologies than it is to stealthily produce foliage in a dark closet. (I mean, I can’t even keep basil alive indoors, let alone weed.) Alternatively, we could think of this as a decrease in input costs, since it’s pretty clear that the per unit cost of growing weed would be lower if it was legal, for exactly the reasons described above. In addition, growers would be willing to produce more at a lower price because they wouldn’t need to be compensated for the inherent risk in producing an illegal substance. The report estimates that the per-ounce price of marijuana would decrease due to changes in supply from the current price of somewhere between $300 and $450 per ounce to about $38 per ounce. Graphically, that looks something like this:

(I just took the middle ground and used $375 as the starting price. Also, the shift could also make the curve flatter or steeper, but this is at least a decent qualitative representation of the scenario.) The increase in technology and lowering of input costs shifts the supply of weed down and to the right, which results in a lower price of weed ($38) and a greater quantity of weed consumed. (Probably also higher quantities of Doritos and Krispy Kreme, but that’s a separate issue.) Now, you’re probably thinking to yourself “But wait, wouldn’t the demand for weed also change?” And you’re right- part of the increase in the amount of weed consumed is due to the fact that it’s cheaper, but part of the increase is due to the fact that it’s legal and thus more available and something that you don’t have to hide from the kids, neighbors, cops, etc. (I had a friend in high school that would take her parents’ weed because it’s not like they could really call her out on it. I went to the smart kids’ school.) The fact that demand for weed changes not only due to price but also due to non-price factors means the total picture looks something like this:

When you factor in the increase in demand, this picture shows that the price of weed should end up somewhere between $38 and $375. (Quite the precise range, eh?) It’s hard to say where in this range the price will fall, largely because it’s really hard to determine what the increase in demand will look like and how steep or flat these curves are. (Economists usually estimate elasticity by observing different price/quantity pairs in the wild, and pot dealers don’t so much like publishing their sales figures and whatnot, so there are pretty severe data limitations. Even the researchers speculate on a wide 5% to 50% increase, as noted in the quote above.)

In the long run, taking the increase in demand into account may not be much of an issue. You may have noticed that the quote above completely ignored the impact of increased demand on price. That is because, in a market that has sufficient competition, demand-driven price increases will lead to more companies entering the market and pushing the price back down. This means that, in the long run, supply and demand look something like this:

What this says is that, in the long run, suppliers will supply as much weed as the market demands at a price of $38 per ounce, since new suppliers will enter the market if it is too expensive for existing suppliers to increase their production capacity. That said, I am going to continue to focus on the short-run model, since I have to idea how long it takes to reach the long-run scenario. (And besides, in the long run we’re all dead, right? =P) Now that we understand the dynamics of a free market for pot, consider the fact that the state of California is proposing a $50 per ounce tax on weed. This, not surprisingly, will raise the price of weed for the consumer (inclusive of the tax), lower the price of weed that the producer gets net of the tax, and reduce the quantity of weed consumed and produced. Oh yeah, and it will raise some money for the government:

Here, the Q* represents the quantity of weed that would be transacted if there were no tax, and the Q* with the little T on it represents the quantity that would be bought and sold with the tax in place. The brown rectangle represents the government’s revenue from the tax – the revenue is equal to the per ounce tax times the number of ounces sold, which is conveniently the same as the height times the width of that there rectangle. The RAND report says that the size of that rectangle is $1.4 billion, give or take a few billion.

Again, what’s with all the uncertainty? At a basic economic level, the amount of tax revenue depends on how steep or flat the supply and demand curves are. Consider the following two possibilities:

(That illegible blob reads “$50,” in case you were curious. Gotta love how diagram quality degrades as we go along in this post.) In this case, producers and consumers aren’t very price-sensitive and the tax doesn’t scare very many of them away. If this is the case, the government gets to collect a lot of cash from stoners. However, the situation could instead look like this:

In this case, consumption and production decreases significantly because consumers and producers are very price-sensitive and many decide that the $50 tax tips the scale from stoned to sober. Again, it’s very hard to tell what the real picture is, so a tax is going to be largely a matter of trial and error for the government. (The estimate quoted above suggests that the current demand curve is pretty steep, but this could likely change as a result of legalization, since the relative priority of price versus legality would shift.)

If you’ve been paying attention, you have probably noticed that the proposed tax rate is pretty exhorbitant- 132% if the $38 per ounce price figure is to be believed. (And, in the long run, all of that tax burden will fall on the consumer.) Even compared to gasoline taxes, which hover around 45 cents per gallon, and alcohol taxes, which are hard to put a single number on due to the varied nature of booze but are nonetheless known to he high, the weed tax is easy to view as excessive. Luckily, the state of California has a bit of leverage here in that a. it can play the “well, do you want it legalized or not?” card, and b. people are used to paying somewhere in the $375 per ounce range, so even a long-run price of $88 per ounce doesn’t sound so bad. (psychology and the State of California: 1; stoners: 0)

That said, some critics of the tax contend that it’s going to be harder than it looks for the state of California to collect the full $1.4 billion from this tax. They make a few points, which have varying levels of validity:

  • There is a lot of potential for tax evasion – on the plus side for evasion is the fact that the system is already set up to secretly produce and consume marijuana. On the down side is that it’s expensive and relatively challenging to grow weed in the closet. (It’s harder than you’d think to keep things alive that don’t make noise when they are hungry or thirsty- just ask my goldfi…oh, crap.) The black market pot producers aren’t likely to get very far trying to sell the closet weed that drove the price up to $375 in the first place when the legit tax-inclusive price is $88. Theoretically, a combination of legitimate production and black-market selling would be ideal but likely hard to implement.
  • The California policy-makers don’t seem to know a whole lot about weed – see, the thing is that weed comes in different varieties, and these different varieties have different levels of potency. A blanket per-ounce tax would shift consumption to higher potency weed, which would limit the total number of ounces sold and thus lower the tax revenue. The government seems to have figured this out for alcohol, since the tax rates per gallon differ widely for beer vs. wine vs. vodka, absinthe, etc. (If the per gallon tax was the same for beer as for spirits, we’d likely see a lot less Bud Light and a lot more Jose Cuervo. Not sure whether that would be an improvement or not.)
  • It’s unclear whether other states will follow suit and do their own form of legalization – if I were governor of Arizona, for example, I would want to legalize marijuana and tax it at, I don’t know, 40 cents an ounce. (And yes, I would also offer the “7 minute abs” video to compete with the “8 minute abs” video, thanks.) That way people would have an incentive to give their hard-earned cash to my state rather than to stinky old California. But then Nevada might come in and undercut both of us with only a 30 cent tax. This competition would make it difficult for California to maintain the levels of consumption that it initially profits from with the 50 cent tax. (And if you think that people don’t pay attention to tax rates in their consumption decisions, just ask managers of duty-free shops or owners of liquor stores along the New Hampshire border*, since I’m sure they’d be more than happy to educate you, since they’ve been educated all the way to the bank…)

Luckily, the reduced cost of enforcement (apparently the war on tax evasion is cheaper than the War on Drugs) could make up for at least some of these potential shortfalls. Perhaps the state of California is learning a lesson or two from the story of Prohibition, as told by Daniel Okrent:


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Just another example that, at the end of the day, money makes the world go ’round, no?

* Technically, the owners of liquor stores along the New Hampshire border are, at least where spirts are concerned, the state of New Hampshire, but the point still holds.

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190 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Denis // Jul 12, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    Well said and explained. I completely agree here. Of course, estimating the increased demand for weed is tricky. There are other factors than simply the price and whether or not it’s legal (which are obviously at least somewhat intertwined).

    Will many more people be willing to use it simply because it’s legal? If it only costs $10 and it’s legal, I’d still be disinclined to partake. Beside, even if legal, many firms will maintain (or maybe even institute) drug testing.

  • 2 econgirl // Jul 12, 2010 at 11:38 pm

    Hmmm…are the any lawyers out there who can speak to what the restrictions are on companies testing for legal substances? I’m curious.

  • 3 Steve // Jul 12, 2010 at 11:44 pm

    The ambiguity here is interesting. Evasion is easy, and well practiced by now. Would home growers be like home brewers? Could you have micro/macro producers? Legalized monopolies even?
    I would probably quit my job as a bartender and open a hookah and hash joint. no pun intended.

  • 4 econgirl // Jul 13, 2010 at 12:15 am

    Here’s the relevant question for you: is it cheaper to brew beer at home or to buy it from the store and pay the tax? The answer to that in many cases makes evasion less appealing…

    Follow up question: Why couldn’t your hookah and hash joint sell booze? Come on, think outside the box…better yet, the RAND report mentions something about “marijuana-impregnated beer.” Not even kidding.

  • 5 Anonymous // Jul 13, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    It’s not expensive and challenging to grow weed in one’s closet. All you need is a grow light that typically costs less than a hundred dollars, and all you have to do is remember to water it. Selling is another matter — that’s a thankless job — but for a regular smoker, growing for personal use makes economic sense. Or it would if the fear of detection wasn’t such an issue.

    Oh, also, there already are beers that include hemp extracts (and advertise this fact prominently in order to confuse dumb stoners into thinking it’ll get them high and not just drunk.) It’s not as contrived as it sounds, given that hops are cannabis’s closest relative.

  • 6 Chuck Dolci // Jul 13, 2010 at 1:09 pm

    A few unanswered questions –
    So price goes down and demand goes up. But what is the nature of that increase in demand? I figure it has to be one of the following scenarios:
    Existing pot smokers will smoke more;
    There will be lots of new pot smokers not only because it is cheaper but now it is morally acceptable (afterall, isn’t that what the state is saying?);
    Existing pot smokers are smoking more and there are a lot of new smokers.

    Does the economic analysis deal with the other costs of all these stoned people wandering around? Will there be costs associated with reduced productivity of all those stoned workers? Inquiring minds want to know?

    Since we know that people who consume alcohol often imbibe then drive (which has a substantial cost) what about the increased number of pot smokers who toke then drive? What will be the costs of that?

    Are those externalities and therefore market failure associated with legalized pot?
    Just asking?

  • 7 ELTrain // Jul 13, 2010 at 1:32 pm

    I wonder whether the decrease in price (down to a possible $38/ounce from around $375/ounce) would be a disincentive to enter the market as an entrepreneur? Likewise, though the risk that drove the price to $375 would decrease significantly, $38/ounce is likely not a place where high amounts of profit are being reaped by the producer/seller. The tax burden may or may not affect this – since it’s universal, it doesn’t necessarily cut into profits because the seller will just pass costs along to the consumer, as is often the case now. However, a greater acceptance of pot in mainstream America would make it nearly impossible to prosecute sellers who still use the black market approach to hawk their product. I can buy a 12 pack of beer and bring it to a friend’s house and give it to him, and any law enforcement officer that saw that exchange would have no problem with that (as long as we are both 21). How would the same officer know if I was giving my friend some pot I bought, and he is repaying me, or if I am in fact growing it on my own and selling it directly to my friends? It certainly gets murky, and leads me to believe that the “War on Drugs” will not become any less expensive.

    In many ways alcohol is a good example, and shows that these problems are eventually mitigated with strong market forces and a balanced approach to regulation. However, would consumption levels really be comparable? If not, would the system still work?

  • 8 Dave // Jul 13, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    I’m not a lawyer, but I know there’s a case in Michigan right now of a man who was fired from Walmart for testing positive for marijuana, but he has a permit for medical marijuana. It’s an interesting and thorny issue. People may have a right to it as medicine, but I would think some employers (especially in some high-risk industries) would have a right to ensure workplace safety.

  • 9 The Unqualified Economist // Jul 13, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    If Wal-Mart is anything like GAP inc (and it is probably more scrupulous) at some point that Wal-Mart guy in Michigan probably signed some legal papers maintaining he would not use controlled substances, etc when he was hired.

    He could have gone on vacation in Amsterdam and returned to test positive, he still is likely on the hook.

    As far as the increased use factor due to legalization–are there any studies to the percent of US population that adhered to prohibition. For some reason that video from Daily Show with Okrent isn’t loading for me.

    I’d imagine it would go up quite a bit. There is a significant population of kids who wouldn’t think of buying illegal pot but don’t see it the same way as popping adderall bought from, say, a roommate on meds.

    Synthetic weed’s weird gray and potentially very dangerous existence is interesting too: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/11/us/11k2.html

  • 10 Aaron // Jul 13, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    The challenge is that it’s monopolistic competition. In order to protect California growers, California could subsidize marketing campaigns for “California Weed,” to differentiate their product in similar fashion to, “Florida Orange Juice,” or, “Florida Oranges.” Another challenge of course is legalizing the already illegitimate commodities market in weed.

    Home grown weed will be impossible to tax. If I grow a fig tree and consume it, it’s not taxed, nor is it illegal. The same would go for marijuana. However since most people will not grow it, package it, or produce products with it, it will still be marketable and taxable. I don’t think the government will lose when they want to tax a pack of “Camel Weed Cigarettes”, or “Mrs. Baird’s Weed Brownies”. The end product will look much different than it does now.

    The question on who will bear the tax (consumers or producers), I think will depend more on the elasticity of the supply curve vs. the demand curve. With the variety of products available and the ability to mass farm it, currently not being utilized, both curves are likely to become more shallow, and end up less elastic in the long run. Who knows, it may even compete with oil as an alternative fuel!

  • 11 Chuck Dolci // Jul 13, 2010 at 9:58 pm

    Dave, et alia
    Do not confuse rights guaranteed by the constitution (mainly Amendments 1 -10 and 14) and the employment contract and other private activity. The constitution does not give anyone rights – it merely prohibits the government from doing things that infringe those rights that existed prior to the adoption of the Constitution. The “bill of rights” bars actions by the government – it does not bar action by individuals. There are some states (most notably California) that have imposed those restrictions on individuals – but that is just one reason California is so weird.
    Example: The First amendment says “Congress shall make no law ….” By the USSC’s interpretation of the 14th amendment that prohibition has been applied to the states. However, you have no right to work in my place of business and if you want to work in my place of business you agree that there are certain things you will not do, regardless of whether or not they are legal. The government can not punish you for saying somebody has a horrible infectious disease, but if you say a co-worker, or a customer or your boss has such a disease you can be fired. You can also be sued for libel.

    Also, there is the debate about positive rights and negative rights. But I don’t need to get into that now.

    I had a situation years ago when a worker brought a gun into the workplace – he was fired for violating a company rule – and when his lawyer called to claim wrongful termination and that his action was protected by the second amendment I had to remind his lawyer that those rights are only protected against infringement by the government. A private individual also has a right to determine who and what is brought onto his/her property.

    Forget the marijuana – what about booze? The same rules apply for alcohol. An employer has the right and power to prohibit drinking (or even being under the influence) in the workplace.

    If they de-criminalize marijuana smoking that does not mean that airline pilots can smoke dope and fly (airplanes – that is)

  • 12 econgirl // Jul 14, 2010 at 12:12 am

    For some reason, this comment didn’t go through properly. From Tom Acox:

    Chuck: exactly the point I was making.

    It doesn’t even need to be something as contentious as dope or booze. Professional athletes sign contracts all the time that stipulate they can not do certain things such as play in off season sports.

    And I just can’t help myself given today’s events; I’m thinking of Steinbrenner’s no facial hair rule.

    Editor’s note: We must be soulmates, since I tweeted the following this morning:

    Does this mean that the Yankees are allowed to sport facial hair now? (Too soon?)

  • 13 Timothy Cullen // Jul 14, 2010 at 12:32 am

    I think the problem with drug testing is that you can test positive even if not high, making the employer’s decision to fire such folks foolish if not as you point out facially unconstitutional. Its one thing to say don’t drink at work, its another to put people through a test that will detect if you have consumed alcohol within the last few months.

    I would add though that employment law has placed a great deal of rules on employers about hiring/firing, and I’m not a lawyer but should pot become legal and should an employee merely test to have been using pot at some time with no evidence of being high at work that employer may run afoul some employment laws. At the very least to the degree that pot becomes acceptable doing such would be incredibly bad PR, just like most companies now would never think of firing someone because they were black or gay even if there weren’t laws against it. Pot smokers and their friends buy stuff too. There’s much more cause not to want guns at work than there is not to want anyone to smoke pot/drink even when they aren’t working.

    As for the comments about lost productivity due to pot, we aren’t all slaves to each other such that whenever someone decides to work less that’s a negative externality; and there are lots of activities that cause people to work less or choose less productive jobs. With something like pollution there is a right being infringed upon, either public or private ownership of land, air, or water; but there is no such right to have someone else work harder and say start a business that might employ you and provide additional tax revenues.

    For a cost to be imposed there has to be some individual right, or collective right in the case of common resources, violated by the actions of individuals or groups of individuals; and such actions do not include the peaceful use and production of goods and services that have alternate nefarious uses. One can argue some concept of collective obligation or utilitarianism, such positions can never be proven or disproven, but in reality the result is often to merely tax/prohibit those things a majority doesn’t like while allowing similar productivity drains to continue unabated and often quite subsidized. Such principles are often applied quite inconsistently.

    All assuming of course a definition of what we should be productive at producing. How useful is the entertainment industry, and isn’t it a distraction from how many widgets we can produce? If we treated it like drugs we would certainly lose a lot of employment in an industry which provides many people with value such that they are willing to voluntarily exchange their resources to for it’s services.

    The real shortfall of economic thought is that it often ignores a concept of individual rights and values implicit in its analysis such that one can’t distinguish between the costs of pollution and the “costs” of lost productivity. As much as some like to argue, there is no ideology free analysis of how the world works; those folks just deny the implicit assumptions they have made.

  • 14 Trent Rock // Jul 14, 2010 at 2:49 am

    I’m wondering if it will cause a “weed tourism” industry. People can fly in to California, buy a “3 day medical marijuana license”, stay at a weed resort/hotel, play on a weed golf course,go to a weed coffee house on shattuck Ave………. 🙂

    http://trentrock.blogspot.com/2010/06/mcchronic-branding-of-buddah.html

  • 15 Chuck Dolci // Jul 14, 2010 at 6:59 pm

    To Timothy (and anyone one else still following this thread …
    OK, I am a lawyer (a recovering lawyer – having retired a few years ago). For many years I did employment law – not labor law – that is something different.
    First, it is hard to make generalizations in this area because the laws vary substantially from state to state and there are always new “laws” being created as judges legislate from the bench.

    However, I think I can state without too much fear of contradiction that (except with respect to certain protected classes – e.g. race, national origin, sex, age, and a few others) most (I won’t include Cal. in that) states still give employers fairly wide latitude in letting them decide how to run their business when it comes to the employment relationship.
    Answer me this – Do you have aproblem with Delta Airlines having a policy against hiring pilots who regularly smoke dope or take other such substances? I have a problem with pilots who regulalry drinkl to excess and would sure hope that the management of Delta does too. should Delta (and ultimately its passengers) have to bear the cost of drug testing its pilots (and as I thnk about it – its mechanics) before every flight?

    Arguments have been made that banning facial hair was discriminatory because it had a disparate impact on Americans of African ancestry and the courts have bought into such arguments in the past. I suppose one could make the argument – if one didn’t mind being called “racist” that a refusal to hire (or the firing of) potheads had a disparate impact on Americans of African ancestry because As of
    Aa tend to use pot more frequently than other groups.

    Also, the standard of proof for firing an employee who violates a company rule is not the same standard used by the state in criminal cases (or even plaintiffs in civil cases). Most states (probably all) only require that the employer acted reasonably and in good faith in determining if the employee violated a company rule or policy.

    To change course for a moment –
    With respect to the comment “As for the comments about lost productivity due to pot, we aren’t all slaves to each other … ” Oh really? Since when? What are taxes all about, then?
    If the government can force me to surrender some or all (before JFK the marginal tax rate on the highest incomes was 92%) of the fruits of my labor, in order to pay to educate your children, to provide you with health care, to subsidize your public transportation, to subsidize your housing costs, to provide you with food (food stamps), etc., etc. If the government can take 90% of my income it will surely feel like I am being a slave to somebody.

  • 16 Timothy Cullen // Jul 14, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    I don’t have any problems with an employer firing someone for something that affects their job performance; and if they do so anyways my preferred method is to rely upon private markets to sort such things out as jerky companies lose good customers and employees.

    I’m not an expert on the effects of pot, although it does seem quite reasonable to have a higher standard of sobriety for airline pilots than many other occupations. While I’m definitely not in favor of a civil rights act for pot smokers.

    I’m also not here to defend the welfare state, which I would agree often seems like theft/slavery as many of its actions aren’t in the interest of all members of society and those who pay the most for it certainly aren’t receiving a net benefit.

  • 17 Ben // Jul 30, 2010 at 2:23 pm

    EconGirl:
    It seems to me like a pretty lousy assumption that demand would necessarily increase for pot if it was legalized. My guess would be that the the demand curve for pot would be highly inelastic on the grounds that a large part of the value of pot is not the act of getting high, but rather the social interaction that goes along with it. Assuming a fixed number of smoking opportunities, which I think is a reasonable assumption on the grounds that that there are many other limiting factors to the number of times you can smoke with people, this implies that pot has a large consumer surplus attached to it. Now if we think about the implcation of this graphically it means the demand curve must be inelastic to support the surplus. This logic also applies to larger social groups in drug culture because they to have the same property of social interaction limited by non-price factors.

    p.s. is no one else slightly put off by the assumption that blacks smoke more pot than whites. I think you’d need some data to prove that white people do not use as black people.

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