University of Alberta SEIGA research team: Final report to the Alberta Gaming Research Institute on the socio-economic impact of gambling in Alberta
OtherInstitute Funded Reports
SubjectGambling -- Alberta
Compulsive gambling -- Alberta
Gambling -- Government policy -- Alberta
Gambling -- Economic aspects -- Alberta
Gambling -- Social Aspects -- Alberta
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AbstractThis report describes the results of a two and a half year research project focused on analyzing the socioeconomic impact of gambling in Alberta (SEIGA). This report reflects only research performed by a team of researchers at the University of Alberta. A companion report was produced by another research team at the University of Lethbridge. These two reports are intended to be coordinated, in that each contains complementary information about the socioeconomic impact of gambling; a complete picture of the socioeconomic impact of gambling will only emerge from both.
SponsorshipAlberta Gaming Research Institute
CitationHumphreys, B. R., Soebbing, B. P., Wynne, H., Turvey, J., & Lee, Y. S. (2011). University of Alberta SEIGA research team: Final report to the Alberta Gaming Research Institute on the socio-economic impact of gambling in Alberta. May 25, 2011.
CorporateUniversity of Alberta
FacultyUniversity of Alberta
PublisherAlberta Gaming Research Institute
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