UNLV Center for Gaming Research
Gidluck is a doctoral candidate in history and public policy in the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada. Her current work includes a cross-national comparison of how governments around the world distribute revenues from state-directed gambling and how these choices have been justified by proponents and vilified by critics. She is particularly interested in examining cases where governments have collaborated with the voluntary sector to promote and justify gambling expansion through the delivery of public services from gambling revenue.
Gambling – Marketing; Gambling – Taxation; Human services; Revenue
Gaming and Casino Operations Management | Gaming Law | Social Welfare | Tax Law
Government - Owned Gaming in the Public Interest: Halos, Alibis, and Community Development: A Cross - National Comparison of How Governments Spent Revenue from Gambling.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/gaming_podcasts/17