Conference on Indian Gaming (2007)
Presentations from the Conference on the Economic & Social Impacts of Indian Gaming in the U.S. held October 26, 2007.
- The Economic and Social Impact of Indian Gaming in the U.S. (pdf). Gary C. Anders, School of Global Management and Leadership, Arizona State University
- Measuring the Social and Economic Impacts of Indian Gaming in the United States (pdf). Kate Spilde Contreras, Ph.D., M.B.A, Executive Director, Center for California Native Nations, University of California, Riverside
- Gambling Behavior and Consequences: Social and Economic Impacts on Consumers (pdf). Dean R. Gerstein, Ph.D., Vice Provost and Director of Research, Claremont Graduate University
- The Economic and Social Impact of Indian Gaming (pdf). Phil Hogen, Chairman, NIGC
- The State of Indian Gaming (pdf). Alan Meister, Ph.D.
- The Impact of Indian Gaming on State and Local Public Finance (pdf). Terry A. Sexton, Associate Director, CSLT, University of California, Davis and Professor of Economics, CSUS
- The Past, Present, and Future Developments of California's Tribal Game Industry (pdf). Richard H. Wells, President, Wells Gaming Research