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January 1, 2011
By Robert A. Baade
This working paper from the International Association of Sports Economists, written by Lake Forest College economics professor Robert Baade and College of the Holy Cross economics professor Victor Matheson, studies the history and evolution of public
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January 1, 2008
By Robert A. Baade
This study uses government tax collections data to measure the impact of sports stadium construction on economic activity.
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March 1, 1996
By Robert A. Baade
This paper, written by Lake Forest College economics professor Robert Baade, examines sports stadiums’ impact on cities’ economies, attempting to use Bureau of Labor Statistics data to estimate how professional sports teams affect income.
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April 1, 1990
By Robert A. Baade
This paper, written by Lake Forest College economics professor Robert A. Baade and assistant professor Richard F.
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August 1, 1988
By Robert A. Baade
In this essay, Lake Forest College economics professors Robert Baade and Richard Dye examine past research on how professional sports venues affect urban metropolitan areas’ economic conditions, judging the validity of stadium-based development plans in
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July 1, 1988
By Robert A. Baade
This study uses official government economic data to empirically determine the existence of tangible benefits associated with sports stadium construction and subsidization.
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