Paper presented at the Southern Economic Association meeting. An Example of Unpaid Debt.
The paper has three major components. Through this accounting-type framework, a change in the output, earnings, or employment level of an industry can be traced through the regional economy to determine its secondary effects. European Economic Review, 24, — They calculated the costs for all problem gamblers in the state and for a subset of problem gamblers who could be associated with the state's American Indian casinos. For or against gambling do we differentiate between a consequence of pathological gambling that is a "social cost" and one that is not? Even this study, however, is not without serious flaws and often counts as benefits things that would properly have been considered transfers. Pathological gamblers and alcoholics:Calculation of social costs is a (young) task of economics. • Methodology Intangible private costs mostly due to gambling addiction. University. Social Costs of Problem Gambling. Problem [PG] and pathological [PAG] gambling result in considerable expenditures to the gamblers, their families, employers. While the economic impacts are great, social costs are immeasurable. Direct and indirect costs related to problem gambling could be minimized if this issue.