Clyde W. Barrow

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Political Science

1201 W. University Drive
Edinburg, TX
USA
78539-2999
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My research is currently focused on two areas: (1) the economic, fiscal, and social impacts of casino gaming in the United States and (2) the impact of globalization of U.S. higher education policy.

Citation:
Barrow, Clyde W., David R. Borges, and Alan Meister. 2016. "An Empirical Framework for Measuring Market Saturation in the U.S. Casino Industry," Gaming Law Review & Economics, Vol. 20, No. 5 (June): 397-411.
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Barrow, Clyde W. 2015. “The Entrepreneurial University: Where It All Went Wrong.” Pp. 47-56 in Joao Paraskeva and Thad LaVallee, eds., Transformative Researchers and Educators for Democracy. Rotterdam and Boston: Sense Publishers.
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Barrow, Clyde and David R. Borges. “Casinos, Smoking Bans, and Revenues: A Survey of Casino Gamblers in Illinois,” Gaming Law Review and Economics, Vol. 18, No. 6 (Summer 2014): 540-56.
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Barrow, Clyde W. and David R. Borges. “Gravity Models and Casino Gaming: A Review, Critique, and Modification,” Gaming Research and Review Journal, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 2014): 49-82.
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Barrow, Clyde W. 2008. "The Persistence of Pseudo-Facts in the U.S. Casino Debate: The Case of Massachusetts." Gaming Law Review and Economics 12 (4): 318-36.
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Barrow, Clyde W., and David R. Borges. 2010. "The New England Casino Gaming Updates: Patron Origin Analysis and a Critique of its Critics." Gaming Law Review and Economics 14(3): 175-86.
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Barrow, Clyde W. 2010. "The Rationality Crisis in U.S. Higher Education." New Political Science 32 (3): 317-44.

Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy PRIMARY
Education Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History SECONDARY
Policy Process Theory
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY

Keywords

GAMING HIGHER EDUCATION STATE THEORY GAMBLING CASINO SOCIAL EFFECTS