Special Issue: Papers from the 2014 WEAI/NAASE Conference Sports Economics Sessions
Editorial: Editors’ Introduction
Michael A. Leeds and Peter von Allmen
Price Elasticity of Demand in the Secondary Market: Evidence From the National Football League
Mark A. Diehl, Joel G. Maxcy, and Joris Drayer
Trends in NCAA Athletic Spending: Arms Race or Rising Tide?
Adam Hoffer, Brad R. Humphreys, Donald J. Lacombe, and Jane E. Ruseski
Positional WAR in the National Football League
Andrew Hughes, Cory Koedel, and Joshua A. Price
Historical Time Series Perspectives on Competitive Balance in NCAA Division I Basketball
Brian M. Mills and Steven Salaga
Does Stableford Scoring Incentivize More Aggressive Golf?
Jose M. Garcia and E. Frank Stephenson
What is a Blue Chip Recruit Worth? Estimating the Marginal Revenue Product of College Football Quarterbacks
Peter K. Hunsberger and Seth R. Gitter