5 edition of Gambling and speculation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-275).
|Statement||Reuven Brenner with Gabrielle A. Brenner.|
|Contributions||Brenner, Gabrielle A.|
|LC Classifications||HV6710 .B74 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||89017378|
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A History of the Fine Line between Gambling and Investing Stuart Banner. Sweeping and consistently engaging historical synthesis of speculation and investment in the United States; Focuses on the fundamental dilemma facing legal overseers charged with regulating the American economy: how to distinguish beneficial speculation from the.
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His books have a guide style and are primarily addressed to non-mathematicians, /5(8). Gambling refers to wagering money in an event that has an uncertain outcome in hopes of winning more money, whereas speculation involves taking a calculated risk in an uncertain : Steven Nickolas.
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Gambling and Speculation takes the long, historic perspective of its controversial subject. The book offers not only a better understanding of the recent "gambling craze," but also a fundamental inquiry into human nature and the structure of societies.
This book takes a different perspective on the topic than most others, viewing speculation as occupying a shifting position in the center of a continuum between gambling and investment, which results in tension between the good (investment) and the bad (gambling) moral, social, economic, political, and legal aspects.4/5.
In Speculation, author Stuart Banner offers a sweeping historical examination of this debate, showing that, not only have courts always struggled to draw a line between investment and gambling, but that the passionate arguments produced on all Author: Stuart Banner.
Background and aims To review the conceptual and empirical relationship between gambling, investing, and speculation.
Methods An analysis of the. Mark Gambling and speculation book is the author of two books of nonfiction: Making Monte Carlo: A History of Speculation and Spectacle (Simon & Schuster), which traces a history of the worlds first casino resort; and The Invisible Emperor: Napoleon on Elba From Exile to Escape (Penguin Gambling and speculation book, which concerns Napoleon Bonapartes ten-month exile on the small Italian /5.
Author's preface --Introduction --Gambling and crime --Speculation and gambling --Some forms of gambling --The attitude of the church toward gambling --Bucketshops and brokers' offices --Playing the "futures" market --What the courts say --Hedging the "futures" market --Selling stocks short --Wall Street and Washington, Inc.
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In Speculation, author Stuart Banner provides a sweeping and story-rich history of how the murky lines separating investment, speculation, and outright gambling have shaped America from the s to the present.
Regulators and courts always struggled to draw a line between investment and gambling, and it is no easier now than it was two. James R. Lowry is Head and Professor of Marketing Department at the Ball State University. He has written several books, the latest of them co-authored with Steade Business: Its Nature and Environment,11th ed., South-Western Publ.
by: Stuart Banner, Speculation: A History of the Fine Line between Gambling and Investing. New York: Oxford University Press, x + pp. $30 (hardcover), ISBN: Reviewed for by Joseph Swanson, Kellogg School of.
Speculation A History of the Fine Line Between Gambling and Investment (Book): Banner, Stuart: Oxford University PressWhat is the difference between gambling and speculation. This difficult question has posed a legal problem throughout American history. Many have argued that periodic failures by regulators to differentiate between the two have been the proximate.
The History of Gambling 89 Gambling in various forms has been around throughout recorded history, but in-depth scholarship on it is a recent phenomenon occasioned by the resurgence of widespread gambling in America in the s and 90s.
The four books reviewed here approach the topic from different scholarly angles:File Size: KB. Gambling and Speculation James Lowry Introduction This paper deals with an important policy issue concerning an individual's economic freedom and social justice. The issue to be studied is related to gambling and speculative business activities.
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Stuart Banner, in Speculation: A History of the Fine Line between Gambling and Investing (Oxford University Press, ), traces how American ambivalence toward speculation, especially as reflected in regulatory and legal decisions, tips one way and then the other.
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The problem is people who follow the herd and not contrarians put “good” and “bad” labels on what is not even clear cut and what they know little about. Example: Is contrarian investor Mr. Warren Buffett “speculating” in non-dividend paying invest.
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