Counting the Cost: Inquiry into the Costs of Problem Gambling
SubjectGambling -- Victoria
Compulsive gambling -- Victoria
Gambling -- Economic aspects -- Victoria
Gambling -- Social aspects -- Victoria
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AbstractScope of the inquiry: The Commission is to inquire into and report on the economic and social costs of problem gambling in Victoria, including: a) the cost of providing direct services designed specifically for problem gamblers and their families and friends; b) any other indirect costs to the social welfare system; c) costs associated with impacts on mental and physical wellbeing for both individuals and the health system; d) costs to the justice system, including the cost of detecting, prosecuting and punishing gambling-related crime; and e) costs to business, including lost productivity and the impact of gambling-related crime.
Permission to include in Alberta Gambling Research Institute research repository granted by Robbie Taylor, Administration Manager, Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission (VCEC) on September 18, 2013.
CorporateVictorian Competition and Efficiency Commission
FacultyVictorian Competition and Efficiency Commission
PublisherVictorian Competition and Efficiency Commission
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