Determinants of gaming revenue: extent of changing attitudes in the gaming industry
Analysis of monthly gaming activities in Clark County, Nevada from 1988:1 to 1995:6 reveals that the County's gaming revenue is positively associated with the amount of playable slot machines and visitors, and negatively to the nation's travel price index. The analysis also reveals the negative effect of playable table games on gaming revenue, hence signalling changing attitudes toward gaming in general.
Volume (Year): 7 (2000)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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