Professor Laurence S. Moss is a Professor of Economics at Babson College in Massachusetts. He now serves as the editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Economics and Sociology.
INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND PLACING A BET.
What Do Bettors Want? Determinants of Pari-Mutuel Betting Preference (Marshall Gramm, C. Nicholas McKinney, Douglas H. Owens, and Matt E. Ryan).
The Double-Auction Gambling Market: An Experimental Examination (Kyle W. Hampton)..
THREE PERSPECTIVES ON GOVERNMENT RUN LOTTERIES.
State Lotteries and Agency Costs: Hidden Costs to Nonparticipants (Richard B. Whitaker).
Hitting the Jackpot or Hitting the Skids: Entertainment, Poverty, and the Demand for State Lotteries (Garrick Blalock, David R. Just, and Daniel H. Simon).
Voting with a Hand on the Bible and Not on the Wallet: The 1996 Video Poker Referendum in Louisiana (John L. Scott and Paul S. Nelson)..
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CASINOS.
Do Casinos Cause Economic Growth? (Douglas M. Walker and John D. Jackson)..
Problems in Quantifying the Social Costs and Benefits of Gambling (Douglas M. Walker).