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Dean Baim

Dean Baim is a professor of economics and finance at Pepperdine University.

Dr. Dean Baim, Ph.D., is a professor of economics and finance at Pepperdine University. He is the recognized authority in the economic impact of sports stadiums and arenas on local communities and the financing of sports stadiums. He is the author of Sports Stadiums as a Municipal Investment. He, and co-author Marilyn Misch, wrote Beijing Olympics 2008: What Kind of Games to You Want to Play? which appeared in Review of Business Research. 

Dr. Baim also teaches a class in sports management at the UCLA Anderson School of Business, and is a Policy Advisor to The Heartland Institute.

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October 17, 2012
By Joseph Bast, S.T. Karnick, Steve Stanek, Jane M. Orient, M.D., Christine Ries, John McAdams, Ross Kaminsky, James M. Taylor, S. Fred Singer, Marita Noon, Paul Crovo, Marc Morano, Seton Motley, Richard Vedder, Joy Pullmann, Ben Boychuk, Clifford Thies, Jonathan Small, Dean Baim, David L. Applegate, Scott H. Richardson
The following statements on Tuesday night’s presidential debate from fellows and policy advisors at The Heartland Institute – a free-market think tank – may be used for attribution. For more comments, refer to the contact information below.
November 17, 2011
By Robert Genetski, Joe Cobb, Dean Baim, Steve Stanek
The U.S. House of Representatives today has begun debate on a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
November 4, 2011
By Peter Ferrara, Dean Baim, S.T. Karnick
The U.S. Department of Labor reported the October unemployment rate at 9 percent, down from 9.1 percent the previous month.
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