Gambling Regulation in Europe: Moving Beyond Ambiguity and Hypocrisy
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
9 Pages Posted: 27 Feb 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.
Keywords: EU Law, Member States, Gambling Law, ECJ
JEL Classification: K10, K14, K20
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