Showing posts with category "capital"

Muni Bond Watch Turns to Sports Facilities

In recent years a handful of top-level teams have gone through or flirted with bankruptcy.  This is a global phenomenon, with a list including the Rangers in

February 16, 2022
tags
sports and the economy

Capital-Labor Substitution in Production: Sports Writing Edition

Newspapers are in deep trouble. That has been clear for some time. It looks like things just got worse for sports writers. The Intelligent Information

February 16, 2022
tags
capital

Reinvesting Revenues From a New Stadium?

This is a common claim made by teams, but I'm skeptical.

February 15, 2022
tags
new stadium

Are Stadiums and Players Complements in Production?

Teams seeking public subsidies commonly claim that building a new stadium will improve the team's revenue flow, allowing it to acquire more talent and improve

February 15, 2022
tags
capital

Free Agency Coming to the Australian Football League in 2012

The Australian Football League (AFL) and the Australian Football League Players’ Association (AFLPA) today announced agreement on the introduction of free

February 15, 2022
tags
australian football league

NFL Draft Trifecta

If Phil Miller's Saturday post on the NFL draft is Day 1, and Brian Goff's Monday post on the NFL draft is Day 2, let's finish this off the trifecta with a third post. It is certainly the case that...

January 11, 2020
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draft