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The Honeymoon is Already Over in Gwinnett

It wasn’t supposed to be this way. A consultant’s study used by county officials to justify spending $64 million on the stadium said Gwinnett’s demographics and economy made it “one of the stronges...

May 12, 2020

Franchise tag economics

The NFL is approaching the deadline after which players become free agents, and are able to negotiate with other teams. The salary cap puts teams in the position of having to decide which of their ...

March 2, 2020
labor markets

Blown Saves and Loss Minimization

Textbook economic models of firms typically begin with the assumption that firms make decisions in order to maximize profits.  When a firm realizes that it will incur losses no matter what it choos...

January 31, 2020