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Bibliography: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Casino Projects

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This appendix section of the book Economic Aspects of Gambling Regulation: EU and US Perspectives contains a list of reference sources and articles related to cost-benefit analysis of casino projects. The gambling debate spans a large number of social fields and social phenomena. More specifically, on the subject of casino projects, statements are readily made about the negative and positive impact on a city or region of opening a casino. Research in Europe into the impact of opening casinos focuses primarily on the problem of gambling addiction, although it is usually limited to statistics on the number of addicts. The impact of casinos from an economic point of view is seldom examined.

Keywords: casino projects; cost-benefit analysis; gambling addiction; gambling regulation



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