II. Public Policy and Casino Gaming
III. Market Failure: Why Does It Prompt Regulation?
IV. Common Arguments Used in Support of the Regulation of Gaming ... A. Populations Affected: The Addict and the Family; Populations at Risk: Teens and the Elderly ... B. Increased Crime Rates ... C. Economic Hazards of Casino Gaming ... D. Environmental Costs of Casinos: Concern for the Environment ... E. Political Contributions and Lobbying on Behalf of the Gambling Industry
V. Arguments Offered by Proponents of a Market Approach to Gaming
VI. Why Aren't We Arguing for the Similar Regulation of Shopping? ... A. Social Benefits of Gambling and Shopping: The Promise of Economic Prosperity ... B. Social Ills of Gambling and and Shopping: Benefits Have Their Price
VII. Conclusion ... A. Ethical Dimensions of Casino Gaming
Neil M. Browne, Virginia Morrison, and Kara Jo Jennings,
The Role of Ethics in Regulatory Discourse: Can Market Failure Justify the Regulation of Casino Gaming?,
78 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol78/iss1/4