Browse Gambling and Gaming Research by Subject "Economy"
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(Bureau for Government Research, West Virginia University, 1996-04)There is an imperative need for a new national commission to review gambling activities throughout the United States because few states have prepared comprehensive cost/benefit analyses of the social and economic impacts ...
Internationally, The 21st Century Is No Time for the United States to Be Gambling With the Economy: Taxpayers Subsidizing the Gambling Industry and the De Facto Elimination of All Casino Tax Revenues via the 2002 Economic Stimulus Act (Ohio Northern University Law Review, 2003-01)The Gambling Industry and Taxation by Terrorism ... Another concern was the target marketing to children via children's themes on video gambling machines leading to charges that the gambling industry had transformed the ...
Would Re-Criminalizing U.S. Gambling Pump-Prime the Economy and Could U.S. Gambling Facilities Be Transformed into Educational and High-Tech Facilities?: Will the Legal Discovery of Gambling Companies' Secrets Confirm Research Issues? (Stanford Journal of Law, Business and Finance, 2003-03)Economists and sociologists noted that the economic justifications for decriminalized gambling such as claims of new jobs, public revenues, and business development were the same types of arguments that Lincoln decried as ...