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The association provides a forum for the systematic study, discussion and dissemination of knowledge about all matters relating to the study of gambling in Europe and promotes the comparative study of:
Historical, economical, mathematical, social and psychological aspects of gambling
Development, execution and evaluation of the regulation of gambling
Ethical marketing and management of gambling opportunities
Understanding of the development of pathological gambling and the provision of prevention and treatment programmes
The EASG avoids taking a communal view about any specific issue relating to gambling.
Authors wishing to present a paper during the course of the Conference must submit in advance, as a requirement for acceptance, a summary or abstract of the proposed content with a maximum extension of 250 words, setting out the general interest of the paper for the participants at the Conference and describing the contents of the presentation.
Abstracts may be submitted until 1 July 2010.
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