- Why is the law against public intoxication non-existent here? People can buy drinks and walk around with them on the streets and will not be arrested. How have the Casino lobbies worked this out?
- Is there collusion between the different Casinos to prevent entry into the Casino market? I personally do not believe there is, but a cab driver suggested it to me and I want to know the economics behind it.
- The laws against solicitation are also different here. Why and how did the lobbies work that out?
- How big are the profits and rents in the adult entertainment industry? There are several things to do in Vegas and how do Casinos keep their business from eroding due to competing entertainment activities?
- Every Casino and Hotel has free some free show or the other which has cost a lot of money to establish and continues to cost money to run. For example the Bellagio Fountain, the moving statues at Caesar etc. Why do they have free shows, as in what is their benefit or incentive to spend millions of $$$ to build and operate these.
I am sure there is a literature on several of these questions. It would be interesting to research the answers to the seemingly obvious and simple observations in Vegas