Transatlantic Sport: The Comparative Economics of North American and European Sportsby Carlos Pestana Barros (Editor), Muradali Ibrahim (Editor), Stefan Szymanski (Editor)
Contains nine contributions written by professors of economics, sociology, and business administration from Europe and the US addressing such matters as public policy and the economics of sports; economic theory and team sports; and cost- benefit analysis and sports. Some of the topics addressed include the distribution of income in European football; the wisdom of bidding for the Olympics; and estimation of the economic value of amateur sports managers at the regional level. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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