Economics of Sports and Events


Study of economic issues in professional, collegiate, amateur and individual sports and events. Examines specific themes such as public policy, the economic organization of the sport and event industries, labor markets, monopoly and monopsony power, and game theory. Special consideration is given to marginal analysis and captive demands as applied to all sports and events. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): ECO111 and FHD278 and SEM305 or ECO112 and FHD278 and SEM305.


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