Gambling Expansion in New Hampshire David Lumbert Boyd Lever Andrew Newcomb Is it a Gamble ? New Hampshire Gaming Study Commission Cannibalization of Lottery Revenue Gambling and Crime Social Impacts The Fiscal Impacts of Casino Legalization Cannibalization of State Lottery Revenue ?
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Is it a Gamble?
Cannibalization of State Lottery Revenue?
- 43 States with Lotteries
- Contributing $70 to $2500 Million to State Budgets
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- “Significant Cannibalization” of Lottery Revenue
- Fink, Rork… what did he say
- Navin… what did he say
But models are specific; Not universally applicable.
Empirical Evidence from the 10 states with both
- 10 States with Lotteries & Casinos
- The Research Targets to Determine the Degree of Cannibalization of Lottery Revenues
Will expanding gambling in New Hampshire lead to an increase in crime?
NH is safest state in country
Problem and Pathological Gamblers?
Annual Social Cost per Pathological Gambler
Social Capital is Already Declining…
Casino Gambling Expedites the Loss