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by Andrew Zimbalist

  • Author: Andrew Zimbalist
  • ISBN: 1592135129
  • ISBN13: 978-1592135127
  • ePub: 1162 kb | FB2: 1898 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Miscellaneous
  • Publisher: Temple University Press (September 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 312
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Bottom Line: Observations and Arguments on the Sports Business ePub download

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Andrew Zimbalist is royalty in this small kingdom. -Franklin Foer, author of How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization "The bottom line on The Bottom Line? Definitely worth the money and time, even though it reprints work previously published

Andrew Zimbalist is royalty in this small kingdom. -Franklin Foer, author of How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization "The bottom line on The Bottom Line? Definitely worth the money and time, even though it reprints work previously published. Readers will be informed by most of these opinion pieces and infuriated by others. But Zimbalist should not be ignored.

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Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2006. In National Pastime, Stefan Szymanski and Andrew Zimbalist examine how organizational structures have made Major League Baseball a profitable business (notwithstanding common claims made by the owners) while soccer leagues around the world struggle to break even.

The Bottom Line: Observations and Arguments on the Sports Business. In The Bottom Line, one of the foremost sports economists writing today, Andrew Zimbalist (National Pastime), analyzes the "net value" of sports.

Viii, 304 pages ; 23 cm. "In The Bottom Line, one of the foremost sports economists writing today, Andrew Zimbalist (National Pastime), analyzes the "net value" of sports.

In The Bottom Line, one of the foremost sports economists writing today, Andrew Zimbalist (National Pastime), analyzes the "net value" of sports. In the essays collected here-which appeared in publications like The New York Times, Sports Business Journal, and The Wall Street Journal from 1998-2006-Zimbalist considers the current state of organized sports, from football and baseball to basketball, hockey, and soccer.

Andrew Zimbalist is the Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics at Smith CollegeĀ . Woods Professor of Economics at Smith College, where he has been in the Economics Department since 1974. The Revolutionary Reign of Bud Selig' (2006), 'The Bottom Line: Observations and Arguments on the Sports Business' (2006), 'Equal Play: Title IX and Social Change' (with Nancy Hogshead-Makar) (2007), 'Circling the Bases: Essays on the Challenges and Prospects of the Sports Industry' (2010), 'International Handbook on the Economics of Mega Sporting Events' (with Wolfgang.

Find nearly any book by Andrew Zimbalist. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Circling the Bases: Essays on the Challenges and Prospects of the Sports Industry. ISBN 9781439902820 (978-1-4399-0282-0) Hardcover, Temple University Press, 2010.

In The Bottom Line, one of the foremost sports economists writing today, Andrew Zimbalist (National Pastime), analyzes the net value of sports. He examines motives for why owners buy franchises, the worth of the players and the profitability of teams, and the importance of publicly funded stadiums. In the essays collected hereOCowhich appeared in publications like The New York Times, Sports Business Journal, and The Wall Street Journal from 1998-2006OCoZimbalist considers the current state of organized sports, from football and baseball to basketball, hockey, and soccer. He also addresses antitrust and labor relations issues, gender equity concerns, collegiate athletics, and the regulation of steroid use, providing readers with a better understanding of the business of sports and the sports businessOCoand what makes both tick."