Browse Gambling and Gaming Research by Subject "Businesses"
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Increased Crime and Legalizing Gambling Operations: The Impacts on the Socio-Economics of Business and Government (Warren Gorham & Lamont, 1994-11)Legalized gambling activities in various forms are being rapidly adopted by many states, but no state has a comprehensive developmental plan that includes the overall socio-economic costs of legalizing gambling. In this ...
(University of Miami School of Law, 1994-03)Under good economic conditions, but particularly during recessionary periods, there is usually intense competition between states to attract new businesses. New businesses improve local and state economies by providing an ...