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The socio-economic impact of legalized gambling in the Eastern Cape
TNS Research Surveys (Political and Social Unit) and Economics Information Services
Executive summary in English.
|Statement||authors Megan van Vuuren ... [et al.] ; compiled by TNS Research Surveys (Political and Social Unit) and Economics Information Services|
|LC Classifications||HV6722.S59 S62 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||2011531103|
To render support and advice to the Responsible Member on gambling issues and ensure that the Government’s policy on gambling is implemented. To render support to the National Gambling Board of South Africa. To conduct research, with a view to advising Government on the socio-economic impact of gambling within the Province. The Eastern Cape Gambling and Betting Board falls under Schedule 3, Part C in terms of the Public Finance Management Act No. 1 of SPECIFIC CONSTITUTIONAL AND OTHER LEGISLATIVE, FUNCTIONAL AND POLICY MANDATES • Gambling and Betting Act, (Eastern Cape) (Act No. 5 of ). • National Gambling Act, (Act No. 7 of ).
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The Socio-Economic Impact of Legalized Gambling in the Eastern Cape Province: Bingo Gambling Licensing - Feasibility Study: Bingo Gambling Licensing Qualitative and Quantitative Feasibility Study: EC Zone 4 Casino Market Analysis: Eastern Cape Zone 4 Casino Market Analysis and Feasibility: Performance Survey Report: Report on the / government is.
This article studies the impacts of legalization of gambling on consumers, government, the revenues, economics of the community and its social outcomes. Keywords: gambling, monopolist, legalization 1. Introduction As legalized gambling continues to grow in popularity and prevalence, and new forms of gaming are introduced and.
Report on the duration of licences issued in terms of the Eastern Cape Gambling and Betting Act 5 of – Socio-Economic Impact of Gambling: The Socio-Economic Impact of Legalized Gambling in the Eastern Cape Province: Bingo Gambling Licensing – Feasibility Study: Bingo Gambling Licensing Qualitative and Quantitative Feasibility Study.
- Aware of the existence of legal and illegal gambling modes (%) - Living close to outlets (within 30 km) can stimulate problem gambling (%) • Disagreement with following statements (in excess of 30%): Awareness of programmes to assist compulsive gamblers (%) - Gambling by family members has a negative impact on my welfare (%).
Total loss of 3, employment opportunities in the legal gambling industry based on employment in casinos () and employment in related services such as retail outlets and restaurants (2,).
This equates to % of the total employed persons in the casino industry of the country Negative impact of gambling (legal & illegal). ute to monitor the socio-economic impact of legalised gambling within the country on a regular basis.
In the NGB commissioned a socio-economic impact study to establish a baseline on the conduct and behav-iour of the South African society with regard to various aspects such as propensity to gamble, the impact of.
academic literature on the socio economic impacts of gambling. Book. Jan ; Douglas Walker has significantly decreased rates of illegal gambling.
In terms of the impact of legalized. This paper examines the socio‐economic determinants of gambling expenditure on lotteries, Lotto and Instant Lotto, TAB/on‐course betting, poker machines and casino‐type games.
Using a sample of 8, Australian households in ‐, the impact of income source and level, sex, age, ethnicity, occupational status and family composition on the decision to gamble is assessed. The National Gambling Impact Study Commission (NGISC) report estimated that the scope of illegal sports betting in the United States ranges from $80 billion to $ billion annually.
Start studying Grade 10 Business Studies. Business Environments and Business Ventures. Topic1: Contemporary Socio-Economic Issues. Learn vocabulary. gambling activities need to be balanced with the socio-economic impact.
As part of the bigger project, the NGB embarked on an economic impact of gambling study as a follow-up on studies previously conducted inand The main aim of the latest study was to monitor the economic impact of gambling on the South African economy, as.
Description The gambling industry grew rapidly during the to period with various gambling modes and/or facilities being introduced. In the National Gambling Board (NGB) commissioned a socio-economic impact study to establish a baseline on the South African population’s gambling conduct and behaviour with regard to various aspects such as propensity to gamble, the impact of.
the social costs that go along with legalized gambling. As far as the effect of gambling on socio economic. Such a program mix would greatly reduce the impact of problem gambling. After reviewing the related literature that discusses the influences of legalized casino gambling, most researchers have focused on the social, economic, and environmental spheres of influence and have explored people's pro-and-con opinions toward casino gambling (Caneday and Zeiger,Hsu,Lee and Back,Lee and Back,Long.
Anielski Management Inc. The socio-economic impact of gambling (SEIG) framework: An assessment framework for Canada: In search of the gold standard. Inter-provincial consortium for the development of methodology to assess the social and economic impact of gambling.
Google Scholar. impact question of what is the positive and negative impact of legalized gambling and, in particular, what are the preventable negative consequences. The construct presented in this report is called The Socio-Economic Impact of Gambling (SEIG) Framework.
It is designed to help guide researchers and policy makers to measure, assess and. social impacts of gambling, and are scientifically rigorous. These principles are outlined in the first section of this paper. In light of these methodological principles, the second section of this paper provides an exhaustive review of what is known about the social and economic impacts of gambling.
A total. The social impacts of gambling generally consist of a long list of mostly negative impacts that are often attributed to disordered gam- blers.
These negative social effects may include bankruptcy, crime, personal health issues, and family problems such as divorce, among other problems. Economic Impacts. Webeginbyreviewingthemoremeasurableeconomicimpacts of the casino industry.1These include employment and wages, government tax revenues, consumer benefits, industry compe- tition.
Human completed a thesis on the social impact of casinos in the Western Cape at the University Stellenbosch. He said the negative socio-economic impacts of casino developments on local economies. THE REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CASINO GAMBLING: ASSESSMENT OF THE LITERATURE AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A RESEARCH AGENDA by Adam Rose, Ph.D.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report was sponsored by the National Gambling Impact Study Commission to assess the many studies on the economic impacts of casino gambling/gaming. This assessment includes:.
Gambling in South Africa has been heavily restricted sincewith South Africa's Gambling Act of officially banning all forms of gambling except betting on horse racing which existed as a sporting activity. In the late s casinos started operating in the bantustans (the nominally independent areas called homelands) of Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, Transkei and Venda.
The Eastern Cape Gambling Board held the view that the South African Police Service in the Eastern Cape needed to create a task team to concentrate on rooting out persistent illegal gambling. SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF GAMBLING ON THE FREE STATE is the impact of legal gambling forms on our Province and its people.
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