A matter of urgency: Providing a level-playing competitive environment for Macao’s casino industry
Ricardo Chi Sen Siu; Cheng Ho In
2004-02
Source Publication澳门研究
ISSN0872-8526
Issue20Pages:191-205
Abstract

One of the primary goals of liberalizing the casino industry by the Macau Special Administration Rrgion(MS AR) Goverment is to improve the industry's overall efficiency through competition. It is argued in this paper that without a level-playing competitive environment, real and effective competitive among the three casino operators could hardly be achieved. By disclosing the indispensable components to be present in a level-playing competitive environment, a sound and effective institutional framework is a necessary condition that has to be established as early as possible.

Language英語English
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS
AffiliationUniversity of Macau
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Ricardo Chi Sen Siu,Cheng Ho In. A matter of urgency: Providing a level-playing competitive environment for Macao’s casino industry[J]. 澳门研究,2004(20):191-205.
APA Ricardo Chi Sen Siu,&Cheng Ho In.(2004).A matter of urgency: Providing a level-playing competitive environment for Macao’s casino industry.澳门研究(20),191-205.
MLA Ricardo Chi Sen Siu,et al."A matter of urgency: Providing a level-playing competitive environment for Macao’s casino industry".澳门研究 .20(2004):191-205.
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