Gambling Regulation in Europe: Moving Beyond Ambiguity and Hypocrisy
University of Leuven, Faculty of Law, Department of Private Law; Harvard Law School; University of Leuven, Faculty of Psychology; Tilburg Law School Department of Private Law and TISCO; Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) - Católica Global School of Law; University of Brussels (VUB/ULB) ; Greenille (Attorneys, Notaries and Tax Advisors; Brussels, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Rotterdam)
IN THE SHADOW OF LUXEMBOURG: EU AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE REGULATION OF GAMBLING, pp. 251-259, Alan Littler, Nele Hoekx, Cyrille Fijnaut & Alain-Laurent Verbeke, eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011
In this text, I question the current ambiguity and hypocrisy as to member state centered regulations for gambling services. It is time to move beyond the state borders and implement a transnational EU gambling regulation, made adequate and effective with the help by strong national gambling authorities, coordinated under the umbrella of one European Gambling Commission.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 9
Keywords: EU Law, Member States, Gambling Law, ECJ
JEL Classification: K10, K14, K20Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 27, 2011
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