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Title Gambling Policies in European Welfare States : Current Challenges and Future Prospects / edited by Michael Egerer, Virve Marionneau, Janne Nikkinen.
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

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Series Work and Welfare in Europe
Work and welfare in Europe.
Subject Social sciences.
Social policy.
Welfare state.
Social service.
Alt Name Egerer, Michael,
Marionneau, Virve,
Nikkinen, Janne,
Description 1 online resource (XIX, 317 pages 9 illustrations) : online resource
Contents 1. Introduction, Gambling Regulations and the Use of Gambling Revenues in European Welfare States; Janne Nikkinen, Michael Egerer, and Virve Marionneau -- Part I. Gambling for State-Run Welfare -- 2. Gambling for the State: The Collection and Redistribution of Gambling Proceeds in France; Virve Marionneau & Sebastian Berret -- 3. Italian Gambling Regulation: Justifications and Counter-Arguments; Sara Rolando & Alice Scavarda -- 4. Gambling Policies and Law in Austria; Stefan Storr & Daniela Bereiter -- 5. Gambling Regulation in Spain; Elisardo Becona Lucia Becona -- Part II. Gambling for Designated Purposes -- 6. Gambling and Doing Good? On the Relationship Between Gambling Regulations and Welfare Services in Germany; Kathrin Loer -- 7. Gambling Policies in Slovenia: Financing Tourism Infrastructure, Sports and Designated Non-Governmental Organisations; Tamara Besednjak Valic & Mirna Macur -- 8. State Lotteries in Europe: A Cross-National Comparison of How Lotteries are Controlled, Operated and Benefit Government, Private Industry and Civil Society; Lynn E. Gidluck -- 9. The DNA of Bingo: Charity and Online Bingo; Donal Casey -- Part III. Legislative Changes -- 10. Why Restrict? Seven Explanations for the Electronic Gambling Machines Monopoly in Norway; Anita Borch -- 11. The Future Swedish Gambling Market: Challenges in Law and Public Policies; Jenny Cisnerosm Ornberg & Jorgen Hettne -- 12. After the Storm: An Analaysis of Gambling Legislation in Poland and Its Effects; ukasz Wieczorek & Micha Bujalski, -- Part IV. Theoretical Perspectives -- 13. The Regulation of Gambling in Early Twenty-First Century Britain: Liberalisation and Its Consequences; Jim Orford, -- 14. Conceptions of the Common Good; Johanna Jarvinen-Tassopoulos & Risto Erasaari. -- 15. The Public Interest Approach to Gambling Policy and Research; Pekka Sulkunen -- 16. Conclusion: Contradictions in Promoting Gambling for Good Causes; Virve Marionneau, Janne Nikkinen & Michael Egerer.
Summary 'This wide ranging and comprehensive volume for the first time situates the growing complexities of European gambling in their wider socio-economic context. Highly readable and engaging, the chapters explore important issues such as welfare and justice, ethics and competition, and the role of law and the state. In doing so, the volume tackles the political and regulatory patchwork that characterises gambling provision across Europe, as well as suggesting some innovative ways of thinking about its future.' Gerda Reith, University of Glasgow, UK 'This volume goes beyond the often limited focus in gambling studies and gambling policies on legal arguments and cost-benefit analyses of national gambling markets, by revealing and analyzing the very diverse, highly controversial and complex contradictory relationships between gambling markets, public interests and the EU context.' Sytze F. Kingma, VUniversity Amsterdam, Netherlands This edited book draws on a cross-cultural and historical lens to theoretically and practically analyse gambling regulations and the use of gambling revenue. It takes on a broad spectrum of perspectives, from the origin of the money, to the regulators, operators and beneficiaries of gambling, and looks at the interests, networks and power relations involved. This multidisciplinary collection elicits a shift in analysis, shedding light on a broader societal, historical and economic view of gambling and gambling policies, by its attention to implicit networks of power, influential legislation, gambling provision and infrastructure. Gambling Policies in European Welfare States will be of interest to students and scholars alike who are seeking cross-national and interdisciplinary analyses of welfare, politics, sociology and economics.
ISBN 9783319906201
3319906208
9783319906195
3319906194
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-90620-1
9783319906195
OCLC # 1046544704
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319906195



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