Showing posts with category "ncaa college sports consumer economics"

Two Observations on the Mark Mangino Settlement with KU

The University of Kansas has released the details of the settlement it reached with former football coach Mark Mangino.

August 12, 2022
tags
ncaa; college sports; consumer economics

Season Ticket Prices and Minimum Donations at FBS Schools

Rivals has collected football season ticket prices and minimum donations at the 120 FBS schools for the 2010 season.  The donations work like NFL personal

August 9, 2022
tags
college football

What Determines Bowl Ticket Sales at the Institution Level?

Todd McCubbin, the executive director of the University of Missouri Alumni Association, writes a short piece on the number of tickets sold by Mizzou to this

August 14, 2022
tags
ncaa; college sports; consumer economics

Information, Reputation, and the Impact of College Athletics: My story about TCU

Way back in the days before people ranked economics departments according publications or citations to publications by their faculty members, departments'

August 16, 2022
tags
ncaa; college sports; consumer economics