Selected Internet Resources

Gaming Studies

Gateway Sites  |   Associations and Institutes  |   Bibliography  |   Casino and Resort Directories  |   E-Journals in the UM Library  |   News  |   Selected Articles  |   Books in the UM Library

     
Gateway Sites
   

Various Gaming in Macau.

  Gaming Control Board
   

Nevada Gaming Commission and State Gaming Control Board.

  Gambling INFOsites.com: gambling related websites
  Gaming Studies Research Center
   

The worldwide leader in gaming research.

  Uncle Sam - GAMING / GAMBLING
   

Government Publications Department.

  Urbino.NET
 
Associations and Institutes  Go to Top
  Alberta Gaming Research Institute
  ALLGEM : Associations
  American Gaming Association
   

(AGA) opened its office in Washington, D.C., in June 1995 with the fundamental goal of creating a better understanding of the gaming entertainment industry by bringing facts about the industry to the general public, elected officials, other decision makers and the media through education and advocacy.

  California Nations Indian Gaming Association
  European Association for the Study of Gambling
  Gamblers Anonymous
   

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.

  Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau
  Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming - UN Reno
  The International Association of Gaming Attorneys "IAGA"
   

The International Association of Gaming Attorneys "IAGA" is a Nevada nonprofit professional corporation dedicated to the development of gaming law and the education of its members.

  Interactive Gaming Council
   

The Interactive Gaming Council (IGC) is a not for profit corporation organized under the Canadian incorporation statutes with the primary purpose to provide information and education regarding the interactive gaming industry.

  Macau Millennium College
  Youth Gambling International
 
Bibliography  Go to Top
  Aasved, Mikal J. (2000). Gambling : crime or recreation? (Call no. HV 6715 Gam 2000)
  Aasved, Mikal J. (2002). The psychodynamics and psychology of gambling : the gambler's mind. (Call no. RC 569.5 G35 Aas)
  Aasved, Mikal J. (2003). The sociology of gambling. (Call no. HV 6715 Aas)
  Eadington, William R. (1999). The business of gaming : economic and management issues. (Call no. HV 6713 Bus)
  Greenlees, E. Malcolm (1998). Casino accounting and financial management. (Call no. HF 5686 G23 Gre c.2)
  Gullo, Nick. (2002). Casino marketing. (Call no. HD 9993 G35 Gul)
  Kilby, Jim. (1998). Casino operations management. (Call no. HV 6711 Kil c.2)
  Macau. Governo (1998).幸運博彩專營批給合約. (Call no. K M3 915 Mac 1998)
  Mason, John Lyman (2001). Governing gambling. (Call no. KF 3992 Mas)
  Perkinson, Robert R. (2003). The gambling addiction patient workbook. (Call no. RC 569.5 G35 Per 2003)
  Reith, Gerda (2002). The age of chance: gambling in western culture. (Call no. HV 6710 Rei 2002)
  Sifakis, Carl. (1990). Encyclopedia of gambling. (Call no. HV6710 SIF)
  Strange, Susan (1986). Casino capitalism. (Call no. HG 6041 STR)
  Vancura, Olaf (2000). Finding the edge : mathematical analysis of casino games. (Call no. QA 271 Fin)
  Vaughan-Williams, Leighton. (2003). The economics of gambling. (Call no. HV 6710 Eco)
  WILSON, ALLAN N (1965). The casino gambler's guide. (Call no. GV 1301 WIL)
  李江 (2003). 經濟眼看博彩 = Gambling a economic view. (Call no. HD 9993 G353 Li)
  李曉閔. (2003). 旅遊博彩業資訊技術應用. (Call no. TX 911.3 E4 Li)
  許亦峰. (2003).娛樂博彩業實用普通話. (Call no. PL 1121 C5 Hsu)
  陳炳強,陳秉松 (2001). 博彩業與發展商機: 探討賭權與澳門經濟浮沉. (Call no. GV 1301 Che)
  劉代洋 (1996). 博彩事業管制與稅制規劃. (Call no. KNP 303.8 .G35 Po)
  劉品良. (2002). 澳門博彩業縱橫. (Call no. HV 6722 M3 Liu)
  娛樂場員工俱樂部會員快訊.
 
Selected Articles  Go to Top
  Associated Press. Business Brief -- Wynn Resorts Ltd.: Macau Agrees to 20-Year Pact On Casino, Infrastructure Funds. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Jun 25, 2002. p. D5
  Baird, David. Farewell to Asia's last colony. Maclean's, 01/11/99, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p32, 2p, 2c; (AN 1423661)
  Balfou,Frederik. FAMILY -STYLE CASINOS FOR SIN CITY? Macau invites U.S. tycoons to build an Asian Las Vegas. Business Week New York:Oct 7, 2002. Iss. 3802, p. 26
  Barnett, Cherry. The Last Outpost. History Today, Dec99, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p38, 2p, 1c; (AN 2554720)
  Binkley, Christina. Las Vegas Moguls Win Casino Licenses in China. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Feb 11, 2002. p. B5
  Brady, Diane. Mayhem in Macau: The Joint Is Jumpin' At the Hotel Lisboa --- Where the Casino Never Closes, The Audience Never Claps And Hit Men Never Miss. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:May 29, 1998. p. A1
  Business: Less sleaze, please; Gambling in Asia. The Economist London:Oct 20, 2001. Vol. 361, Iss. 8244, p. 67
  Coleman, Zach. Casino Deal In Macau Likely To Be Given A Tough Look. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Mar 22, 2002. p. A.10
  Fang, Bay. China embraces a speck called Macao. U.S. News & World Report, 12/20/99, Vol. 127 Issue 24, p40, 1p, 1 map, 1c; (AN 2579498)
  Friedland, Jonathan. Hongkong: Gambling on the Future; Long Shot Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Jun 6, 1991. Vol. 151, Iss. 23, (4 pp.)
  Gaming - Macau: Gambling on its Future?. Journal Of Travel Research Boulder:Fall 1995. Vol. 34, Iss. 2, (1 pp.)
  Gilley, Bruce Asia's casino boom. Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Jan 25, 2001. Vol. 164, Iss. 3, p. 44-48 (4 pp.)
  Gilley, Bruce. People's casino. Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Dec 16, 1999. Vol. 162, Iss. 50, p. 24-27 (4 pp.)
  Hye,Cheah Cheng. Never Play Poker With a Man Named Spare Ribs in Macao --- Asian Card Pros Act Like Pigs But You'll Soon Find Out They Are Really Sharks. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Jun 10, 1987.
  Jarrett, Ian. Casinos battle for Asia's high-rollers. Asian Business Hong Kong:Nov 1995. Vol. 31, Iss. 11, (3 pp.)
  Kaplan, David E.. The Far East Sopranos.. U.S. News & World Report, 1/27/2003, Vol. 134 Issue 3, p34, 1/2p; (AN 8948502)
  Less sleaze, please. Economist, 10/20/2001, Vol. 361 Issue 8244, p67, 1p, 1c; (AN 5384016)
  Lubell, Sam. New Vegas strip planned for China's Macao. Architectural Record, Oct2003, Vol. 191 Issue 10, p38, 1/3p, 1c; (AN 11136540)
  Macau Casinos Expect to Draw From China. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Jul 2, 2002. p. D2
  Macau Mogul's Future Isn't a Sure Bet --- Transition to Chinese Rule May Spell Wonacott, Pete.r End to Riches From Casino Gambling. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York:Dec 20, 1999. p. A, 22:1
  Macau waits its turn. National Geographic, Mar97, Vol. 191 Issue 3, p30, 2p, 1c; (AN 9702261965)
  Macau: Gambling and tourism. Country Report: Hong Kong, Macau New York:1993. Iss. 2, (2 pp.)
  Macau: Gambling and tourism. Country Report: Hong Kong, Macau New York:1993. Iss. 3, (2 pp.)
  Manue,l Gren. Is Rowdy Macau Ready for Its Close-Up? --- The City of Kinky Casinos Wants to Ba a Class Act But Must Bear Scrutiny. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Aug 17, 2001. p. A.7
  Paterik, Stephanie. Whale-Hunting in Vegas --- To Harpoon the High Rollers, Casinos Ready Luxury Salons Offering Perks -- and Privacy. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition ). New York, N.Y.:Aug 15, 2002. p. B.1
  Pomerantz, Dorothy. Calculated Risk. Forbes, 9/2/2002, Vol. 170 Issue 4, p54, 1/2p, 1c; (AN 7201287)
  Pomerantz, Dorothy. Viva Macau.. Forbes, 2/18/2002, Vol. 169 Issue 4, p44, 1/2p, 1c; (AN 6026300)
  Rashid, Ahmed. Economies: Gambling on the Kazakhs. Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Feb 4, 1993. Vol. 156, Iss. 5, (1 pp.)
  Roy, Barun. Spotlight: Macau -- An Asian Las Vegas? Stanley Ho Bets on the Casino Game/The Desperate Search for an Economic Identity/Financial Sector Sees Hope in Offshore Banking. Asian Finance. London:Oct 15, 1986. Vol. 12, Iss. 10, (12 pp.)
  Saywell, Trish. Not casino royale... . Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Jul 3, 1997. Vol. 160, Iss. 27, p. 72
  Schwarz, Adam. Christmas gamble: Island casino hopes to attract Asia's big. Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:Jul 8, 1993. Vol. 156, Iss. 27, (1 pp.)
  Shao, Maria. Macau's Casino King Gets Set to Play with Beijing. Business Week New York:Jan 19, 1987. Iss. 2981,
  Shao, Maria. Macau's Casino King Gets Set to Play with Beijing. Business Week: Industrial/Technology New York:Jan 19, 1987. Iss. 2981, (2 pp.)
  Yoon, Suh-kyung.Gambling gourmet. Far Eastern Economic Review Hong Kong:May 17, 2001. Vol. 164, Iss. 19, p. 66-67.
  曾忠祿. 泰國開放禁賭的影響分析. 澳門經濟, 第十七期, p.67.
  王一鳴. 旅遊壟斷競爭市場的縱向差異化---澳門旅遊發展探討. 澳門理工學報, vol. 6, no. 3, 2003, p.13.
  王五一. 博彩業向金融業的靠攏---博彩業的產業問題初探. 澳門理工學報, vol. 6, no. 3, 2003, p.23.
  曾忠祿. 內地博彩業發展現狀研究. 澳門理工學報, vol. 6, no.1, 2003, p.25.
  辜麗霞. 論澳門博彩教育發展中政府的功能. 澳門理工學報, vol. 6, no. 3, 2003, p.1.
  溫潔. 澳大利亞博彩業分析. 澳門理工學報, vol. 6, no. 3, 2003, p.33.
 
Casino and Resort Directories  Go to Top
  ALLGAM : Casinos
  Asia Casino Guide
  Atlantic City Information Guide
  Casino Resorts Online
  The Definitive Gambling Directory
  Hotel Lisboa & Casino (Macau)
  Las Vegas Sites
  MGM Mirage Resorts
  he Venetian (Las Vegas)
  Wynn Resorts Macau
 
E-Journals in the UM Library  Go to Top
  E-gambling: the electronic journal of gambling issues
  Gaming Research & Review Journal (EBSCO Host)
  Journal of Gambling Studies (EBSCOhost)
  Simulation & Gaming (Gale Cengage Learning)
 
News  Go to Top
  Casino Center
   

Includes information on the gambling industry with links to casinos, journals and newsletter.

  Casino Gambling Glossary
  Casino Journal
   

The worldwide Media Leader for the Gaming Industry.

  Casino Net
   

Directory of U.S.and foreign casinos and links to news stories.

  Gambling-Laws-US.com
  GamblingLinks.com
  Gambling Magazines and Newsletters
  Gaming Industry Observer
  Interactive Gaming News
  Pechanga.NET: your Internet resources
  The Law of Gaming in the United States
   

An Introduction to Online Resources for Researchers of the U.S. Gaming Industry by Mr. Michael Huff (Information Resource Officer of United States Department of State. China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mongolia).

  Victor Rocha's Indian and Gaming News