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Remote gambling; Legalization of online gambling in Europe: developments in gambling participation and addiction
The research is both a survey of the extent to which European countries have moved towards legalization and to what extent...
Second measurement of the nature and extent of gambling in the Netherlands; (full text available only in Dutch)
This report describes a research done in 2011 into the nature and extent of gambling, gambling addiction and Dutch prevention...
Nature and scope of illegal games of chance in the Netherlands; (full text available only in Dutch)
The aim of this study is to determine the current nature and scope of a number of illegal games of chance in the year 2008....
Games of chance in other cultures; A study of problem gambling in immigrant communities in the Netherlands
There were four research questions in the study: 1. What is the prevalence of problem gambling among Surinamese,...
A smart bet?; Research into the possibilities to determant the character and size of illegal betting and gaming in the Netherlands
Stage one of the investigations aims to determine: What is already known about illegal gaming in the Netherlands;Whether...
Problematic alcohol and drug use and problematic gambling among prisoners
The aim of this study is to gain information on the prevalence, the nature, and the severity of problematic alcohol and drug...
Wired to more than a game; a study on the nature and extent of problem gambling in the Netherlands
This report deals with the nature and extent of gambling addiction, gambling policy and the prevention of gambling addiction....
Raising the stakes : the casino market in the Netherlands
The aim of Dutch gambling policy, as enshrined in the Betting and Gaming Act [Wet op de kansspelen], is to ensure that...
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