Corpus ID: 56402932

The Legalization of Gambling in Thailand: A Revisited Discourse in Light of Recent Developments

  title={The Legalization of Gambling in Thailand: A Revisited Discourse in Light of Recent Developments},
  author={A. You},
  • A. You
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
This research article addresses the discourse of the legalization of gambling in Thailand. Methodologically this article is a qualitative case study. It delves into the socioeconomic and political issues behind the dispute of legalizing gambling. A brief comparison between Thailand and other countries' handling of the problem of legalized gambling will be discussed. The institutional background and economic structure of the Thai gambling industry are perspectives from which this paper will… Expand


THAILAND IN 2003: Riding High Again
Abstract This article surveys the key political and economic highlights of Thailand in 2003. With his party in full control of the political scene buoyed by a resurgent economy he helped to engineer,Expand
Case Study Research: Design and Methods
Foreword, by Donald T. Campbell Preface 1. INTRODUCTION: How to Know Whether and When to Use Case Studies as a Research Method The Case Study as a Research Method Comparing Case Studies With OtherExpand
Gambling Cultures : Studies in History and Interpretation
Vicki Abt, Gabrielle A Brenner,Mark Dickerson, Rachael Dixey, David Dixon, John Dombrink, William R Eadington, Sytze Kingma, Martin Lipeb, David Miers, Wendy Selby, Michael Servert, James F Smith,Expand
Gambling in America: Costs and Benefits
1. Introduction 2. Considerations 3. Agents and incentives 4. Economic development 5. Cost-benefit analysis 6. Social benefits 7. Social costs 8. The present and the future.
Asia poised for casino booms as governments look for safe bets.
  •, Monday, April
  • 2004
Case Study Research: Design and methods, Third Edition
  • Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications,
  • 2003
Casino on Ko Larn: What are the Odds?
  •, Vol. XI, No
  • 2003
Confessions of Sin: Dubbed Thailand’s ‘king of commercial sex’ Chuwit Kamolvisit has a new role: exposing police graft.
  • Far Eastern Economic Review,
  • 2003