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    Gaming in the New Market Environment

    By: Matti Viren

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    $266.99
     
     
    ISBN
    9780230500501
    Date Released
    Binding
    Hardcover
    Pages
    224
     

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    Description
    In the past decade gaming markets have evolved rapidly. Spearheading this change has been the internet, which has enabled cross-border gambling on an unprecedented scale. State-owned lottery companies have legal monopolies in almost all European countries, but the increase in cross-border gambling trade places them in a difficult position. This book presents the key issues in the gaming debate, including: taxation of lotteries; welfare and fiscal considerations; potential changes to market structure if restrictions on cross-border gambling are removed; and public policy concerns. A host of international contributors examine the economics of gambling in detail, offering a theoretical and empirical basis from which a discussion on the role of government inregulation, taxation, and production of gambling services can take place. This volume explores the changing landscape of the gaming market and is a crucial companion for scholars and policymakers looking for informed discussion on the future of gaming. -- Back cover.

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