Sports Economics: Current Research

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David J. Berri is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. In addition to his interests in the economics of sports, he has also published in the field of international trade and is currently an associate scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere in Fort Collins, CO.

Stacey L. Brook is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Sioux Falls, and previously was a faculty member at Clarkson University. His areas of interest include domestic and international competition policy and economics of professional team sports.

Thomas R. Bruggink began his academic career at Fordham University in 1976, and has continued that career since 1978 at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. He has published papers on the economics of natural resources, public utilities, and the economics of the baseball industry. He is currently researching structural differences in production between different eras in baseball history.

Donald A. Coffin is Dean of the School of Business at Indiana University Northwest. He has previously taught at Illinois State University, Western Kentucky University, West Virginia University, and Alderson-Broaddus College. He also worked as an economic analyst for the city of Indianapolis. His primary research interests include urban economic development and the economics of professional sports.

Craig A. Depken II is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Texas at Arlington, which he joined in 1996. His research focuses on theoretical and empirical industrial organization, including market structure, demand analysis, and the

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