Professor Nerilee Hing BBus(NE) MAppSc(NE) PhD(UWS) Dr Nerilee Hing is a Professor with the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management and also Head of the Centre for Gambling Education and Research. She has a Bachelor of Business in Tourism (UNE), a research Masters degree in Applied Science (UNE) involving a study of restaurant franchising, and a PhD (Gambling Studies) from UWS focusing on responsible conduct of gambling in NSW clubs. Nerilee has had 14 years experience in the hospitality industry, primarily in the restaurant, hotel and club sectors. She has had extensive experience in course design and delivery for the School's Bachelor of Business in Tourism, Graduate Certificate in Gaming Management, MBA - Hotel and Tourism Management, and Bachelor of Business in Club and Gaming Management. Units she has developed include Contemporary Gaming Operations, Strategic Issues in Gaming,Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality, Gaming and Club Management, and Food and Beverage Management. Nerilee is on the Editorial Boards of Gambling Research, Gaming Research and Review, and the Australian Journal of Business and Social Inquiry. She has published widely in various tourism and hospitality journals and has conducted numerous consulting and external research grants for industry and government. She is an active researcher into gambling-related issues, principally focusing on responsible provision of gambling and the management of problem gambling. She has conducted research activities for Clubs NSW, the Club Managers' Association Australia, the Casino Community Benefit Fund, Queensland Treasury, Victorian Office of Gaming Regulation, Independent Gambling Authority (SA), Gambling Research Australia, the Australian Institute for Gambling Research and the Australasian Gaming Council.
Employee stress and stressors in gambling and hospitality workplaces (with Margaret Tiyce, Grant Cairncross, and Helen Breen), Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism (2013)
Employee stress has harmful effects for employees, organizations, families and society. However, employee stress, and...
Gambling impacts on Aboriginal communities in New South Wales, Australia: community leaders’ perspectives (with Helen Breen and Ashley Gordon), Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health (2013)
Gambling affects communities in many ways, yet relatively little research has investigated community level impacts...
Indigenous Australian gambling crime and possible interventions: a qualitative study (with Helen Breen and Ashley Gordon), Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health (2013)
This paper has two purposes. First, we examine crime associated with the consequences of card...
Risk factors for problem gambling among indigenous Australians: an empirical study (with Helen Breen, Ashley Gordon, and Alex Russell), Journal of Gambling Studies (2013)
Despite a long history of gambling amongst many Indigenous peoples, knowledge about contemporary Indigenous gambling...
The gambling behavior of Indigenous Australians (with Helen Breen, Ashley Gordon, and Alex Russell), Journal of Gambling Studies (2013)
The gambling activities of minority groups such as Indigenous peoples are usually culturally complex and...
Changing fortunes: past, present and future perspectives on the management of problem gambling by New South Wales clubs, School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (2009)
By 2000, clubs in NSW Australia collectively operated around 75,000 gaming machines or 8 per...
Club management issues in Australia and North America (with Clayton W. Barrows), School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (2006)
Club management in Australia: administration, operations and gaming, 2nd edn (with Helen Breen and Paul Weeks), School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (2002)
Although Australia has more than 5500 registered and licensed clubs, many of them major business...
New directions in hospitality and tourism: a worldwide review (with Richard Teare and John T. Bowen), (1998)
This annual publication offers a concise overview and commentary on the emerging themes portrayed in...
Gambling consequences for Indigenous Australians in New South Wales (with Helen Breen and Ashley Gordon), Sociology of Gambling (2012)
Public health and Indigenous Australian gambling: risky lifestyle or harmless recreation? (with Helen Breen and Ashley Gordon), Public health: social and behavioural health (2012)
Return of the buffalo: tourism enterprise development in Native American Indian gaming, Striving for sustainability: case studies in Indigenous tourism (2007)
Since European colonisation, Native American Indian tribes have been economically, socially and culturally decimated by...
A history of machine gambling in the NSW club industry (chapter), Club management issues in Australia & North America (2006)
This article documents a history of the NSW club industry, with particular emphasis on its...
Casino history, development, and legislation in Australia (with Helen Mary Breen), Casino industry in Asia Pacific: development, operation and impact (2006)
Editorials and book reviews
Indigenous gambling in Bundjalung country (with Ashley Gordon and Helen Breen), Northern Forum of NSW Gambling Help Counsellors (2012)
Culturally specific help seeking behaviours among Australian gamblers and family members and appropriate treatment options (with Sally Gainsbury, John Haw, and Elaine Nuske), Problem gambling and addictions: international collaboration and multi-disciplinary approach: the 3rd Asian Pacific Problem Gambling and Addictions Conference (2011)
Help seeking behaviour for gambling problems amongst CALD populations (with Elaine Nuske, Sally Gainsbury, and John Haw), Queensland Gambling Help Forum (2011)
The digital revolution: use of internet gambling in Australia (with Sally Gainsbury, Alex Blaszczynski, and Robert Wood), The digital revolution: use of internet gambling in Australia: National Association for Gambling Studies 21st Annual Conference (2011)
A licence to gamble: are gaming venue staff at risk of developing gambling problems?, Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation Responsible Gambling Conference (2010)
An investigation of internet gambling in Australia (with Sally Gainsbury, Alex Blaszczynski, and Robert Wood), School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (2011)
Star City Casino compliance culture survey report, Centre for Gambling Education and Research (2011)
Assisting problem gamblers in South Australian gaming venues (with Sharen Nisbet and Elaine Nuske), Final report for the Independent Gambling Authority of South Australia (2010)
Exploring Indigenous gambling: understanding Indigenous gambling behaviour, consequences, risk factors, and potential interventions (with Helen Breen and Ashley Gordon), Final report for Gambling Research Australia (2010)