Category Archives: Gambling

Growing Gambling Facilities in the Northeast US: Is There a Market for Them All?

Introduction Politicians in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island have put aside moral and/or addiction concerns over gambling. Instead, they recently asked why all the gambling dollars from their citizens go to the casinos (and governments) in Connecticut and New … Continue reading

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Gambling: A State of the World Report

Introduction The press regularly reminds us that we live in a work teeming with dangerous addictions. They include: drinking, drugs, sex, and gambling. The reality is that most people enjoy these activities and incorporate them into their lives without becoming … Continue reading

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The Coming Gambling Casino Glut in the Northeast

Introduction These are desperate times for US state and local governments. More than half a million state/local workers have been laid off and more will be soon as Federal support dries up. Where can these governments find more revenues? The … Continue reading

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The Global Economics of Gambling

Introduction In an earlier article (http://www.morssglobalfinance.com/the-economics-of-the-global-entertainment-industry/), I examined the global entertainment industry, where entertainment was is defined as goods, services, or other activities that people pay for to enjoy in their leisure time. The total sales by entertainment category presented … Continue reading

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