Harm minimisation in gambling
Internet gambling is a rapidly growing phenomenon, which has profound social, psychological, economic, political, and policy implications. Over 2000 Internet gambling websites generate global revenues exceeding $17 billion per year. Jurisdictions around the world grapple to understand the best way to respond to Internet gambling, from a commercial, regulatory, and social perspective. Consequently academic studies of Internet gambling are becoming an ever more crucial resource.
The handbook consolidates this emerging body of literature into a single reference volume. Its twenty-five chapters comprise a dynamic array of studies from the worlda (TM)s leading researchers. It will be the foundational resource for academics, students, politicians, policy makers, and health care professionals who have an interest in understanding the history, dynamics, and impacts of Internet gambling in a global context
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