Accounting and Financial Reports in the Gambling Monopoly - Measures for a Moral Economic System
The state monopolies set over the gambling market are a propensity of society nature, actually of her moral fundaments, so the aim of this paper is to analyses gambling monopoly as a solution of moral economy. The term of moral economy has another connotation in this study because is used to describe the government’s policies of gambling monopolization settled to keep under control so called “morality industries” based on cause-effect qualitative analysis, with serious economic effects in condition of a market economy.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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