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Biography

Prof. Gary C. Anders

Arizona State University, USA


EmailGary.Anders@asu.edu


Qualifications

1989 Ph.D., University of Notre Dame


Publications (Selected)

  1. Anders, G. (2006). The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act and Native American Development in Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality: An International Perspective edited by Samuel L. Meyers, Jr. and Bruce P. Corrie, Peter Lang Publishing.
  2. Anders, G. (2006). The Economic Impact of Commercial Gambling in Casino Management: A Strategic Approach edited by Kathryn Hashimoto, Prentice Hall.
  3. Anders, G. (2003). Online Auctions in The Internet Encyclopedia, edited by Hossein Bidgoli published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  4. Anders, G. (2002). Reconsidering the economic impact of Indian casino gambling in The Economics of Gambling, edited by Leighton Vaughan Williams, London: Routledge.
  5. Siegel, D. and Anders, G. (2001) The impact of Indian casinos on state lotteries, Public Finance Review, 29(2), March 2001, 139-47.
  6. Siegel, D. and Anders, G. (1999) Public policy and the displacement effects of casinos: A case study of riverboat gambling in Missouri, Journal of Gambling Studies, 15(2), 105-121.
  7. Anders, G., and Siegel, D. (1999) The impact of Indian casinos on state lotteries: A case study of Arizona, Gaming Law Review, 2(6), 47-53.
  8. Anders, G. (1999). Indian gaming: financial and regulatory issues. Troy R. Johnson (ed.) Contemporary Native American Political Issues, Altamira Press (Sage Publications).
  9. Anders, G., Siegel, D. and Yacoub, M. (1998). Does Indian casino gambling reduce state revenues? Contemporary Economic Policy. 16(3), 347-355.
  10. Anders, G. (1998). Indian gaming: financial and regulatory issues. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Science. (556), 98-108.
  11. Anders, G. (1997). Estimating the Economic Impacts of Indian Casino Gambling: a case Study of the Fort McDowell Reservation. W. R. Eadington and J. Cornelius (Eds.), Public Policies, The Social Sciences and Gambling, University of Nevada, Institute for Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming, 1997.