Kurt Rotthoff

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Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at Seton Hall University.
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NCAA coaches charged with fraud and corruption

Hmm, am I shocked? No, not really. However, I am a little shocked that it was the Feds that caught

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Kurt W. Rotthoff as new Contributor at The Sports Economist

I am happy to join the great group of Sports Economists that post here at The Sports Economist. A day

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Soccer

Risky Girls?

This news article in Popular Science caught my eye: “Girl soccer players are five times more likely to return to

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College Football NCAA

Welcome to 2018! And tax changes for all!

As we start a new year, it is always fun to see how things change as we enter the new

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College Football NCAA

A Full BCS Tournament? The structure is already in place.

As we prepare for another four-team tournament, I am happy to say my sister-in-law is excited that her team made

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General

Are Athletic Departments like Wells Fargo?

Inside Higher Ed ran an article titled “Beyond ‘Bad Apples‘.” In the article John V. Lombardi, who is currently a

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Soccer

Applying Economics Research

First off, Congrats to Richard Thaler for winning the Nobel Prize in Economics!   Another piece of useful research that

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