Browse Gambling and Gaming Research by Subject "Costs"
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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 ...
Statement of Professor John Warren Kindt, Univ. Ill., to the National Gambling Impact Study Commission, "U.S. and International Concerns over the Socio-Economic Costs of Legalized Gambling: Greater than the Illegal Drug Problem?" (1998-05)Knowing that legalized gambling has a zero-sum economic effect (except for increased socioeconomic costs) in its market, gambling proponents focus public attention on the wrong market-- that is the local market instead ...