Christie says the industries have significant problems and a major impact on the state's economy.
The panel will examine what to do with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, the Meadowlands and Xanadu (ZAN'-ah-doo) retail and entertainment complex and the horse racing industry.
Christie also wants suggestions on how to promote Atlantic City as a resort destination.
Meanwhile, lawmakers will also undertake their own examination of the NJSEA starting with a Feb. 25 hearing.
The agency faces a $38 million budget shortfall for 2010.