Table of contents for Handbook of sports economics research / John Fizel.

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Part I: Introduction
1. Handbook of Sports Economics Research: An Overview
John Fizel
2. Sports Economics: State of the Discipline
R. Todd Jewell
Part II: Review and Analysis of Specific Sports
3. National Basketball Association
David J. Berri
4. National Hockey League
John C. Leadley and Zenon X. Zygmont
5. Major League Baseball
John Fizel and Lawrence Hadley
6. European Football (Soccer)
Victor A. Matheson
7. Female Intercollegiate Athletes and Women's Athletics
Brad R. Humphreys
8. The Economics of Individual Sports: Golf, Tennis, Track, and NASCAR
Peter von Allmen
Appendix: The National Football League's Conundrum
Part III: Issues across the Sports Industry
9. Demand Issues: The Product Market for Professional Sports
Anthony Krautmann and Lawrence Hadley
10. Competitive Balance in North American Professional Sports
Rodney Fort
Part IV: Econometrics and Theory in Sports Economics
11. Team Sports Efficiency Estimation and Stochastic Frontier Models
Young Hoon Lee
12. Econometric Models in Sports Economics
Michael A. Leeds and Barbara Erin McCormick
13. The Theory of Contests
Stefan Szymanski
About the Editors and Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Sports administration -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Professional sports -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.