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Responsible gambling and casinos

Policy Online carries a link (3.3.16) to a University of Adelaide report examining the community, economic and individual impacts of casinos and gambling. It concludes that there is little evidence to show that “responsible gambling” initiatives are effective in addressing problem gambling.

‘Commissioned by Gambling Research Australia, this research explored the relationship between casinos and local gamblers, the regulatory environment and the effect of promotional and responsible gambling initiatives. The aim of the project was to identify how casinos are responding to the changing gambling environment and market.’

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