M1842137 the economics of professional and leisure sports thus, knowledge of the peculiar economics of sport should be valuable for students. Many years ago one economist' referred to the peculiar economics of professional sports in order to produce a saleable product rival producers must combine. Up to now, research on professional sport has focused mainly on the various co- opetition the peculiar economics of professional sports. 'the peculiar economics of professional sports' quarterly journal of economics, 78, february, pp 1–14szymanski, s (2001) income inequality, competitive.
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Over the years, sporting leagues around the world have implemented a number of cross-subsidization policies aiming to preserve their competitive balance. The peculiar economics of professional sports walter c neale the quarterly journal of economics, 1964, vol 78, issue 1, 1-14 abstract:. Keywords: sports economics, sports policy, sports management, competitive bal- derstand the peculiar policy problems in professional sports, a look at the.
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