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Number of items: 7.

December 2006

Mark, Nagel and Matt, Brown and Daniel, Rascher and Chad, McEvoy (2006): Major League Baseball Anti-Trust Immunity: Examining the Legal and Financial Implications of Relocation Rules. Published in: Entertainment and Sports Law Journal , Vol. 4, No. 3 (December 2006)

2007

Matt, Brown and Daniel, Rascher and Chad, McEvoy and Mark, Nagel (2007): Treatment of Travel Expenses by Golf Course Patrons: Sunk or Bundled Costs and the First and Third Laws of Demand. Published in: International Journal of Sport Finance , Vol. 2, (2007): pp. 45-53.

Daniel, Rascher and Chad, McEvoy and Mark, Nagel and Matt, Brown (2007): Variable Ticket Pricing in Major League Baseball. Published in: Journal of Sport Management , Vol. 21, (2007): pp. 407-437.

Mark, Nagel and Daniel, Rascher (2007): Washington "Redskins" - Disparaging Term or Valuable Tradition?: Legal and Economic Issues Concerning Harjo v. Pro-Football, Inc. Published in: Fordham Intellectual Property, Media, and Entertainment Law Journal , Vol. 17, No. 3 (2007): pp. 789-804.

2009

Daniel, Rascher and Matt, Brown and Mark, Nagel and Chad, McEvoy (2009): Free Ride, Take it Easy: An Empirical Analysis of Adverse Incentives Caused by Revenue Sharing. Forthcoming in: Journal of Sport Management

Daniel, Rascher and Matt, Brown and Mark, Nagel and Chad, McEvoy (2009): Where did National Hockey League Fans go During the 2004-2005 Lockout?: An Analysis of Economic Competition Between Leagues. Published in: International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing , Vol. 5, No. 2 (2009): pp. 183-195.

2010

Mark, Nagel and Matt, Brown and Daniel, Rascher and Chad, McEvoy (2010): Major League Baseball and Globalization: The World Baseball Classic. Published in: Sport and Public Policy (2010)

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