Dickerson, Mark, Clive Allcock, Alex Blaszczynski, Barry Nicholls, John Williams and Robyn Maddern 1996 A Preliminary Exploration of the Positive and Negative Impacts of Gambling and Wagering on Aboriginal People in NSW, Australian Institute for Gambling Research, Sydney.
What does AIGR stand for?
AIGR stands for Australian Institute for Gambling Research
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- Algorithms for Inference of Genetic Networks (research abstract; Japan)
- Applied Image Group/Optics (plastic optical components supplier; Rochester, NY)
- Associazione Italiana Gestori Ostelli (Italian: Italian Association of Hostel Asset Managers; Rome, Italy)
- Australian International Gravitational Observatory
- Australian Internet Guzzi Owners Register (motorcyclists)
- Advances in Genetic Programming (book)
- American Indian Graduate Program (University of California, Berkeley)
- Artificial Intelligence Genealogy Project (various organizations)
- American Institute of Gemological Research (Denver, CO)
- Associazione Italiana Genitori (Italian)
- Australian International Gravitational Research Centre (University of Western Australia)
- Australia-Indonesia Governance Research Partnership
- Abnormal Impulse-Generating Site (nerves)
- Acoustic Intelligence Gathering System
- Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Australian Institute of Genealogical Studies (est. 1973)
- Auxiliary Inerting Gas Subsystem
- All India Granite and Stone Association (stone industry development organization; Bangalore, India)
- American Indian Graduate Student Association
- Advocacy in Gateshead and South Tyneside (UK; now Your Voice Counts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Australian Institute for Gambling Research (1996) Gaming and Wagering amongst Indigenous & Torres Strait Islander Communities in Northern Queensland: Economic and Social Impacts, Sydney, Australian Institute for Gambling Research.
There is no reason to believe that the incidence of problem gambling in Australia is any less than this, although a 1997 study by the Australian Institute for Gambling Research published by the VCGA argued that the at-risk group of problem gamblers ranges between 1 per cent and 3 per cent of the adult population.