Interviews from the Alberta Gaming Research Institute Conference on the Social and Economic Impacts of Gambling with Dr. Rob Williams, Dr. Eric Single and economist Mark Anielski.
AUDIO: Download Audio (mp3 format)
ITEM:1TITLE: Dr. Rob Williams, Professor, School of Health Sciences, University of Lethbridge and Researcher, Alberta Gaming Research Institute
SUBJECT: #201 AGRI Conference on the Economic and Social Impacts of Gambling
SYNOPSIS: The growth of gambling as a global industry has people everywhere arguing over whether the benefits outweigh the social and economic costs to communities. Determining the answers to those questions is fertile ground for gambling researchers. Recently a number of international experts met in Banff at a conference hosted by The Alberta Gaming Research Institute to share their experiences.
ITEM:2TITLE: Mark Anielski, President, Anielski Management Inc, Edmonton
SUBJECT: #201 AGRI Conference on the Economic and Social Impacts of Gambling: Social Wellbeing Index
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Eric Single, Professor of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto and Scientific Advisor Emeritus with the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse
SUBJECT: #201 AGRI Conference on the Economic and Social Impacts of Gambling: Research Methodology Framework