Francis Markham
Francis Markham
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“Big Gambling”: The rise of the global industry-state gambling complex
F Markham, M Young
Addiction Research & Theory 23 (1), 1-4, 2015
622015
The relationship between player losses and gambling-related harm: evidence from nationally representative cross-sectional surveys in four countries
F Markham, M Young, B Doran
Addiction 111 (2), 320–330, 2016
482016
Too close to home? The relationships between residential distance to venue and gambling outcomes
M Young, F Markham, B Doran
International Gambling Studies 12 (2), 257-273, 2012
472012
Gambling expenditure predicts harm: Evidence from a venue‐level study
F Markham, M Young, B Doran
Addiction 109 (9), 1509-1516, 2014
392014
Burgeoning Indigenous land ownership: Diverse values and strategic potentialities
J Altman, F Markham
Native title from Mabo to Akiba: A vehicle for change and empowerment, 126-142, 2015
302015
Placing Bets: Gambling venues and the distribution of harm
M Young, F Markham, B Doran
Australian Geographer 43 (4), 425-444, 2012
292012
On gambling research, social science and the consequences of commercial gambling
C Livingstone, P Adams, R Cassidy, F Markham, G Reith, A Rintoul, ...
International Gambling Studies 18 (1), 56-68, 2018
272018
Flights of fantasy: A reformulation of the flyers’ dilemma
M Young, F Markham, AC Reis, JES Higham
Annals of Tourism Research 54, 1-15, 2015
272015
Being Moved (On): The Biopolitics of Walking in Australia's Frontier Towns
T Lea, M Young, F Markham, C Holmes, B Doran
Radical History Review, 139-163, 2012
272012
Income, poverty and inequality
F Markham, N Biddle
Canberra, ACT: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The …, 2018
212018
The relationship between alcohol consumption, gambling behaviour and problem gambling during a single visit to a gambling venue
F Markham, M Young, B Doran
Drug and Alcohol Review, 2012
212012
Coercive commodities and the political economy of involuntary consumption: The case of the gambling industries
M Young, F Markham
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (12), 2762-2779, 2017
192017
The relationship between electronic gaming machine accessibility and police-recorded domestic violence: a spatio-temporal analysis of 654 postcodes in Victoria, Australia, 2005 …
F Markham, B Doran, M Young
Social Science & Medicine 162, 106-114, 2016
192016
Does carbon pricing reduce air travel? Evidence from the Australian ‘Clean Energy Future’policy, July 2012 to June 2014
F Markham, M Young, A Reis, J Higham
Journal of Transport Geography 70, 206-214, 2018
182018
Estimating gambling venue catchments for impact assessment using a calibrated gravity model
F Markham, B Doran, M Young
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28 (2), 326-342, 2014
162014
Commentary on Dowling et al. (2016): Is it time to stop conducting problem gambling prevalence studies?
F Markham, M Young
Addiction 111 (3), 436–437, 2016
152016
Equity, discrimination and remote policy: Investigating the centralization of remote service delivery in the Northern Territory
F Markham, B Doran
Applied Geography 58, 105-115, 2015
152015
Indigenous population change in the 2016 census
F Markham, N Biddle
Canberra, ACT: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The …, 2018
142018
Does base map size and imagery matter in sketch mapping?
N Sloan, B Doran, F Markham, K Pammer
Applied geography 71, 24-31, 2016
142016
Venue-level predictors of alcohol-related violence: An exploratory study in Melbourne, Australia
AJ McFadden, M Young, F Markham
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 13 (4), 506-519, 2015
142015
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