CGR strives for excellence in the production and dissemination of evidence-based, multi-disciplinary gambling research. CGR seeks to promote and engage in rigorous academic debate and to inform policy and public discourse around gambling, gambling harm and the broader community impacts. We are committed to building collaborative research partnerships between a range of stakeholders and with other research institutions.
CGR has a broad range of research expertise, including:
- Evaluation of gambling policy and programs
- Social and economic impacts of gambling in Australian society
- Survey design, data collection and analysis
- Public health and health promotion
- Gambling and gambling impacts on diverse and vulnerable population groups
- Qualitative, quantitative and experimental research methodologies
Founded in 2002, CGR is one of the longest standing gambling research centre’s in Australia. CGR was established as an innovative partnership between the Australian National University and the Australian Capital Territory Gambling and Racing Commission. Since 2017, CGR sits within the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods.
New Research Releases
Trajectories of social and economic outcomes and problem gambling risk in Australia.
M Paterson, M Taylor and M Gray, CSRM Working Paper NO. 9/2018
- Stories of Chance: https://www.actcoss.org.au/publications/advocacy-publications/stories-chance
Dr Marisa Paterson: firstname.lastname@example.org