ARTICLES

Filter  
Active filters 0
Remove
  

Refine your searches by:

Collections
Economy
Administration - Business
Architecture and Urbanism
Technology
Education
Social Sciences
Industrial engineer
Infrastructure
Research
Construction engineering
all records (70)

Languages
English
Spanish
Portuguese
French
German

Countries
Indonesia
USA
Canada
South Africa
Brazil
Ukraine
Romania
Australia
Denmark
United Kingdom
all records (66)

Years
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
all records (21)

Filter  
 
14.783  Articles
There has been an unprecedented growth of legalized gambling opportunities in Canada over the past two decades, partly to generate revenues without raising taxes. Unfortunately, for 2-3% of the Canadian population, gambling can become disordered (i.e. dev... see more

This paper outlines the ethical and organisational risks for community and other public good organisations of accepting funding from gambling industry sources. Aspects of this moral jeopardy include the ethics of benefiting from the suffering of others as... see more

Australian research shows that stigma is a major barrier to treatment seeking (Rockloff, 2004) and may impede the accurate measurement of problem gambling prevalence. To date, no validated tool is available to assess the stigma associated with gambling. T... see more

Many EU member states are currently rethinking their gambling laws and policies to adapt to European law and to take into account increased technological possibilities for the gambling industry and increased competition on national gambling markets. Some ... see more

The focus of this exploratory analysis was the idea and locus of agency in conceptualisations of gambling and problem/pathological gambling within corporate and academic domains as presented in public discourses. In order to unpick and analyse how such ag... see more

Gambling is an ancient human activity with a prevalent position nowadays both as a social entertainment activity and as a way to gain money effortless. Each country has its specific pattern in gambling determined both by its cultural and macroeconomic det... see more

Gambling is an ancient human activity with a prevalent position nowadays both as a social entertainment activity and as a way to gain money effortless. Each country has its specific pattern in gambling determined both by its cultural and macroeconomic det... see more

The gambling expenditure in the United States have been analyzed for the timespan from 1965 to 2016. The effects of income, misery index, electricity consumption, population growth on gambling expenditure were analyzed through an ARDL model. Method that d... see more

With the rapid development of technology in the gambling industry, underage mobile gambling has become a growing concern. The present study investigated the prevalence of adolescent mobile gambling and the relationship between frequency of mobile gambling... see more

1 of 1479 pages  |  10  records  |  more records»