Read power point slides at first (uploaded as ppt document “Consumption Tax”), and then read five articles (all article uploaded as pdf document) and three online blogs (all blog links are written in this document). Five articles: Bollinger, Bryan, Phillip Leslie, and Alan Sorensen. Calorie posting in chain restaurants. No. w15648. National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010. Finkelstein, Amy (2009) “EZ-Tax: Tax Salience and Tax Rates.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 124(3): 969-1010. Chetty, R., Looney, A., &Kroft, K. (2009). “Salience and Taxation: Theory and Evidence.” The American Economic Review, 99(4), 1145-1177. W. Evans, J. Ringel, and D. Stech. “Tobacco Taxes and Public Policy to Discourage Smoking,” in Tax Policy and the Economy, vol. 13, ed. J. Poterba, MIT Press: Cambridge, 1999. Does Heavy Drinking by Adults Respond to Higher Alcohol Prices and Taxes? A Survey and Assessment (Links to an external site.) Three online blogs: State alcohol policies,teen drinking and traffic fatalities (Links to an external site.) Freakonomics Podcast: How to make people quit smoking (Links to an external site.) Freakonomics Podcast: What’s more dangerous? Marijuana or alcohol? (Links to an external site.) Then, think about these four important questions and answer in the essay. Important Questions: What types of consumption taxes exist? What are sin taxes? Why have consumption taxes? Do individuals change their behavior in response to consumption taxes? Use power points slides, five articles and three online blogs, answer four important questions in the essay by requirements.