economic impact

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Yesterday the NFL announced that the 2014 Super Bowl will be played in the new Giants/Jets stadium in the Meadowlands.

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Economic Impact World Cup

The US Wants a World Cup of Its Own, But at What Cost?

Tomorrow the United States kicks off its World Cup 2010 competition against England. The excitement of this year’s event may

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Economic Impact

Grand Prix Racing Comes to Charm City

It is a new day in Baltimore. To paraphrase the mayor, getting grand prix racing in Baltimore is a game

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General

A Country-wide Exaggeration

Frequent readers of TSE know that we commonly criticize the economic impact statements made by sports boosters or their hired

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Economic Impact mega-events MLB

Migration of the All-Star Game

In response to concerns about potential racial profiling of its players, 27% of whom are of Hispanic origin, the Major

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Economic Impact General NFL

Economic Impact and the Substitution Effect

Here at the Sports Economist, one criticism of economic impact reports we commonly make is that these studies rarely account

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