Gambling Advocacy: Lessons From Tobacco, Alcohol and Junk Food

Posted on August 10, 2015 in Asia-Pacific, Asia-Pacific

Industry funding of, and influence over, academic research was considered to be one of the most effective industry tactics to resist reform.
Political donations and the revenue derived from the alcohol and junk food industries made it difficult for governments to commit to regulatory reform.
Given the similarities between the tactics employed by the gambling industry and the tactics of other unhealthy commodity industries, it is important that public health advocates work together to share ideas and experiences and support each other.

Addiction, Alcohol Industry Lobbyism, Big Tobacco, BigAlcoholExposed, Evidence, Gambling, Public Health, Report, Science
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