Gambling government: the economic and social impacts

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UNSW Press, Jul 31, 1998 - Business & Economics - 61 pages
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In this book Walker looks at the evidence we have about how gambling is reshaping state economies and putting pressure on welfare services. He highlights the trade-offs which governments are engaged in when they promote gambling as a means of reviving cities and funding services. Finally Walker outlines a program for reforms to the way we deal with the impact of gambling.

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Contents

Introduction
4
State governments and the defence
21
calling
37
Copyright

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