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Title: Casinos in the Upper Midwest : a discussion of the impacts
Authors: Bangsund, Dean A.
Leistritz, F. Larry
Keywords: Casinos--United States;Gambling;Tribal gaming;Casino gaming;Economic impacts;Social impacts;Fiscal impacts;Upper Midwest
Issue Date: Jul-1997
Publisher: Department of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station, North Dakota State University
Series/Report no.: Agricultural economics report;No. 378
Abstract: The recent expansion and proliferation of legalized casino gaming has spurred debate at all levels of government. As a result, a number of studies have attempted to quantify many of the economic, social, and fiscal impacts of legalized casino gaming. This study reviewed existing literature on the effects of casino gaming in the Upper Midwest and discussed some of the issues associated with casino activities. The impacts of casino gaming have generally been evaluated at either the local and/or state or regional level. Positive economic impacts have been quantified more often than negative economic impacts. Few studies have attempted to quantify the social costs of casino gaming.
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