Gaming institutes: Research and political
The rapid growth of legalized gambling, both domestic and international, has been responsible for the number of organizations being formed in recent years to analyze, teach, manage, and research many areas of the gaming industry and to train personnel to work in the industry. There is a great need for understanding and planning when evidence of social, economic, and political effects is seen as a result of gambling. The associations and institutes presented in this entry vary in purpose and size, but all of them have the common objective of managing information related to the gambling industry.
Gaming and Casino Operations Management | Gaming Law
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Lowe, S. D.,
Gaming institutes: Research and political. In William N. Thompson,
Gambling in America: An encyclopedia of history, issues, and society
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.