Journal of Sports Economics - Research Papers in Economics.
This dissertation presents a collection of research papers in Sports Economics. The research area Sports Economics is a relatively young discipline. Its origin lies in the U.S. sports market and the revolutionary work by Rottenberg (1956) on The Baseball Players' Labor Market.
SPORTS ECONOMICS AT FIFTY by Roger G. Noll Department of Economics and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research Stanford University In 2006, sports economics celebrated its fiftieth birthday. This essay reviews Simon Rottenberg’s seminal 1956 article and a handful of articles appearing over the next fifteen years that established the conceptual foundation for the field. A common.
The salaries professional players earn in the world of sports today has been an increasing interest in the economics of sports, particularly to economists. Moreover, it is an important issue as to how and why sports stars earn huge salaries to the general public. Why something with little value towards society gain more revenues compared to something we invest more into such as education and.
Welcome to EconPapers! EconPapers provides access to RePEc, the world's largest collection of on-line Economics working papers, journal articles and software. We have: 964,204 Working Papers (814,825 downloadable) in 5,178 series 2,109,056 Journal Articles (2,038,795 downloadable) in 3,534 journals 4,543 Software Items (4,530 downloadable) in 35 series.
Now Indexed in the Research Papers in Economics (RePEC) database. Search 2010 issue articles here. Journal of Sports Economics (JSE) publishes scholarly research in the field of sports economics.The aim of the journal is to further research in the area of sports economics by bringing together theoretical and empirical research in a single intellectual venue.
Extending the previous research in sports economics, the papers reflect the most recent applications of economic theory in this area. The book will be a valuable resource for professional economists working on sports economics topics. Excerpt. In November 1996, Praeger published Baseball Economics: Current Research. That volume is a collection of readings written by professional economists for.
This book is the second volume of the two-volume The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Sports which includes articles by nearly all of the important authors in the quickly growing field of sports economics. The two volumes consider in depth the ways that economics and sports interact with each other. To start with, economic analysis has helped with the understanding of many of the different.