4.22.09

UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL
GAMBLING™ REPORT SERIES

In Three Volumes
Research Editors Doctoral Directorate (REDD) on Gambling
with J. Kindt, Senior Editor

Casino Watch Policy Briefs by Joseph Day
Expanded Gambling: Casinos' impact on a new community
Missouri’s Competitive Outlook: Is the loss limit hurting casinos?
Missouri's $500 Loss Limit: How it helps compulsive gamblers
Loss limits and law enforcement: How Missouri is uniquely protected

Do Video Slots (VLT's) Get People Addicted Faster?

Business Profitability Versus Social Profitability: Evaluating Industries with Externalities, The Case of the Casino Industry
By Earl L. Grinols,* David B. Mustard**

Understanding the Economic Impact
of Casinos in Missouri

A Review of the Leven-Phares Study
Prepared for the
UNITED STATES GAMBLING RESEARCH INSTITUTE
by Robert Goodman and Edward Feser
October 14, 1998

Casinos in Florida
An analysis of the Economic and Social Impacts
Prepared by:
The Executive Office of the Governor
Office of Planning and Budgeting
Timothy A. Kelly, Ph.D.
Executive Director
National Gambling Impact Study Commission

Gambling Backlash: Four Reasons for a Moratorium
Nashville, TN
September 28, 2001

The Social Costs of Gambling in Wisconsin
William N. Thompson, PH.D.,
Ricardo Gazel, PH.D., and
Dan Rickman, PH.D.

What Payoff can You Expect From Gambling?
Focus on the Family
Legalized gambling makes poor people poorer.
It also adds individuals and families to the poverty rolls.

TOTAL COST OF GAMBLING ADDICTION
BY WILLIAM N. THOMPSON
PROFESSOR OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA - LAS VEGAS

Professor Thompson's Report on the Finacial
Impact of an Additional Casino in the St. Louis Area