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Joining the North American Association of Sports Economists

July 8, 2009 by


This past week I was elected President of the North American Association of Sports Economists (I will be the third president in the history of this organization, following Dennis Coates and Brad Humphreys).  NAASE was founded in 2007 in an effort to further advance the field of sports economics.  Part of this effort is directed […]

Artest for Ariza?

July 7, 2009 by


Last week I attended the Western Economic Association meetings in Vancouver.  The North American Association of Sports Economists (via the efforts of Brad Humphreys, Tony Krautmann, and myself) organized fifteen sessions – consisting of more than 50 papers – on various topics within the field of sports economics. On June 29th I flew into Vancouver, and along the […]

Gordon and Villanueva?

July 2, 2009 by


For reasons I will touch upon in my next post, this has been a busy week.  So busy that I have actually been out of touch with this forum and hence I am quite surprised to see more than 100 comments on my last post.  At this point, many of these are unread. But I […]