Gambling Market and Individual Patterns of Gambling in Germany

@article{Albers2004GamblingMA,
  title={Gambling Market and Individual Patterns of Gambling in Germany},
  author={Norman Albers and Lothar H{\"u}bl},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={125-144}
}
In this paper individual patterns of gambling in Germany are estimated for the first time. The probit technique is used to test the influence of a set of individual characteristics on the probability of participating in each of the various legal games. A sample size of 1,586 adults collected for the pool of German lotteries provides a reliable set of data. All disaggregated estimations of participation are statistically significant at least at the 5 percent level. The basic findings suggest… 

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