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Document Type

Original Research Article

Abstract

Casino gaming in the United States is the fastest growing segment of the expanding entertainment industry. Nevertheless, gaming opponents continue to spread arguments against gaming which are based on their moral-ethical beliefs. In contrast, this paper makes the case for gaming by looking at the economic reality. In the real world, casino operators provide the best products in highly competitive markets, gaming contributes net economic benefits to society, and the alleged substitution effect of gaming does not exist.


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