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Agents and incentives 4. GrinolsBaylor University, Texas This title is available for institutional purchase via Cambridge Core Cambridge Core offers access to academic eBooks from our world-renowned publishing programme. The book also shows how amenity benefits - for casinos, the benefit to consumers of closer proximity - enter the evaluation. Home Academic Economics Industrial economics. The author, Distinguished Professor of Economics at Baylor, believes that legalized gambling fails a cost-benefit test, but he moves carefully and clearly to show the reader how he gets there.Gambling in America: Costs and Benefits. Earl L. Grinols. New York, Cambridge University Press, , pp., $45 hardcover. ISBN Professor Grinols finds that, in considering all relevant factors, the social costs of casino gambling outweigh their social benefits. (PsycINFO Database Record (c). Gambling fails a cost-benefit test: Conservatively estimated, costs to . iii Grinols, Earl L. , Gambling in America: Costs and Benefits.