Showing posts with category "monopsony"

"Looking at the Monopsony in the Mirror"

Although still a distant second to monopoly, buyer power and monopsony are hot topics in the antitrust community. Despite the increasing interest in monopsony

August 16, 2022
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general

Another College Football Player Takes a Stab at the NCAA

Former Arizona State and University of Nebraska quarterback Sam Keller has sued EA Sports and the NCAA for using players' names and likenesses (HT Aaron

August 15, 2022
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monopsony

A Little Fascinating NFL Draft History

Although it took the Wagner Act to get the ball rolling, American sports unions have thrived for two reasons. First, they serve a group of people with very

August 15, 2022
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monopsony

Arduous Arbitration

It's getting to be arbitration time in baseball. Each year a set of players and teams negotiate under the threat that a third party (a panel of three

August 9, 2022
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arbitration

Paying Them What They Are Worth Improves the Integrity of Games

Stef Szymanski argues below that monopsonistic exploitation via international competition is a primary driving force behind the fixing of international matches.

August 9, 2022
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gambling