Re-regulating the Gambling Industry: Regulatory Reform in Victoria and New South Wales, 1999-2006
Historically, in Australia, gambling policy and regulation have been the sole responsibility of Australian State and Territory governments. However, in 1998-99 the Commonwealth commissioned an unprecedented national inquiry into gambling that was highly critical of existing gambling policies and regulatory regimes. The Productivity Commission proposed a 'blueprint' for an effective, independent gambling regulatory system. Seven years on, this article revisits Australian gambling regulation to...[Show more]
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