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Dr. David G. Schwartz

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Director of the Center for Gaming...

Phone: (702) ***-****  HQ Phone
UNLV
4505 South Maryland Parkway Box 454015
Las Vegas , Nevada 89154
United States

Company Description: UNLV (www.unlv.edu) is a doctoral-degree-granting institution with nearly 27,000 students and approximately 850 faculty members. More than 200 undergraduate,...   more
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Employment History

Education

  • Ph.D. , United States history
    UCLA
  • bachelor's degree
  • master's degree
    University of Pennsylvania
  • doctorate , US History
    UCLA
  • Ph.D.
  • doctorate , American history
    UCLA
  • Ph.D. , U.S. History
    UCLA
  • Ph.D. , history
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In the first half of last year, it fell to about 12 percent, said David G. Schwartz, director of UNLV's Center for Gaming Research. The state taxes gambling winnings at 6.75 percent.
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EPISODE 97---Gambling, Space, and Time: Shifting Boundaries and Cultures -- David G. Schwartz Gamblers Book Club's Podcast : EPISODE 97---Gambling, Space, and Time: Shifting Boundaries and Cultures -- David G. Schwartz
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EPISODE 97---Gambling, Space, and Time: Shifting Boundaries and Cultures -- David G. Schwartz
David G. Schwartz, the Director of the Center, has been at the University of Nevada Las Vegas since 2001.
As Director of the Center for Gaming Research, he oversees the acquisition of new materials for the Center and seeks to encourage its utilization by scholarly, media, government, and industrial researchers. He also created and maintains this website, gaming.unlv.edu.
Complementing his work at UNLV, Schwartz is a writer, and consultant on gaming and related issues. He has consulted with law firms for prior art in gaming patent cases, delivered expert witness testimony about casino history, and helped casinos research and share their own company histories.
As a speaker, he talks to a variety of audiences, from visiting classes to convention groups, who enjoy his wide-ranging, fast-paced introduction to casino topics, including his "Seven Things You Should Know About Casinos" presentation.
Born and raised in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Schwartz earned his bachelor's degree (a double major in anthropology and history) as well as his master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania before seeking his doctorate in US History from UCLA.
He became the youngest Ph.D. in recent memory from UCLA's history department, filing his dissertation and receiving his Ph.D. at the age of 26 in early 2000. His dissertation, Suburban Xanadu,charted the evolution of the casino industry on the Las Vegas Strip from 1945-1978. It is now a published book, the first of three currently available.
After completing his graduate studies, Schwartz worked in the surveillance department of an Atlantic City casino resort and taught casino history, communications, and hospitality courses as an adjunct professor, before coming to UNLV. In his current work, he combines his "real world" experience in the casino industry with his academic expertise.
For more information about Dr. Schwartz's creative and professional activities, including his speaking, executive seminars, and consulting work., visit his website: http://www.dieiscast.com.
Schwartz has written three books and numerous articles. His books include Suburban Xanadu: The Casino Resort on the Las Vegas Strip and Beyond, Cutting the Wire: Gaming Prohibition and the Internet, and Roll the Bones: The History of Gambling.
David Schwartz, the director ...
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David Schwartz, the director of the University of Nevada
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David Schwartz, the director of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas' Center for Gaming Research, said "the city was completely moribund" before legalized gambling.
"As an Atlantic City native, I can see it's definitely been a boon," he said.
David Schwartz, director of ...
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David Schwartz, director of the Center for Gaming Research at the University of Nevada, said some of the former casinos could succeed as non-gambling hotels if there is enough of a market for conventions and small-group meetings. He also said timeshares are another option.
It all hinges on how well Atlantic City can find an identity for itself in the post-casino-centric era, he said.
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By David McGrath Schwartz and Cy Ryan
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Tony Cook, J. Patrick Coolican, Jeff German, Lisa Mascaro, Michael Mishak, David McGrath Schwartz, and Joe Schoenmann
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