Conferences

The annual meeting of NAASE is held in conjunction with the annual meetings of the Western Economic Association.

NAASE regularly schedules sessions at several annual economics conferences including the Western International Economics Association Conference (held in July), the Eastern Economics Association Conference (held in March), and the Southern Economic Association Conference (held in November). If you are interested in presenting a sports economics paper at one of these conferences, please contact the relevant session organizers listed below.

Western Economic AssociationTony Kraumann or Dave Berri

Southern Economic AssociationDennis Coates

Eastern Economic AssociationSean Mulholland or Victor Matheson

NASSE encourages its members to organize sports economics sessions at other national conferences and is open to facilitating colloqia to discuss special topics. If you would like to organize sports economics sessions at other upcoming conferences, Please contact Joe Price for more information about how to go about this.

Dennis Coates is the editor of the new book series Sports Economics, Management, and Policy, published by Springer. If you would like to contribute to the series, please read the announcement flyer for information regarding submissions.

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Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions – Updated

84th Annual SEA Conference
Atlanta, Georgia
November 22-24, 2014

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Southern Economic Association (SEA) conference. The conference will be held November 22-24, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. NAASE sponsored 6 sessions at the 2013 meetings in Tampa. It would be great to have that many again.

The deadline for submissions is April 1.

We are trying to organize a session on teaching sports economics. If you have an idea for a presentation on teaching sports econ, please submit it and plan to come to Atlanta.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in Atlanta, please email Dennis Coates (see below for contact information) a title and full contact information including post and email addresses. Your submission must contain full contact information for all co-authors. The deadline for submissions is April 15th.

Here is the contact information for the session organizer:

Dennis Coates
410-455-3243
coates@umbc.edu



Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

89th Annual WEAI Conference
Denver, Colorado
June 27 – July 1, 2014

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) conference. The conference will be held June 27 to July 1 in Denver, Colorado. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. Specifically, we will try to schedule the NAASE sessions on three consecutive days. However, we do not have direct control over the scheduling of sessions. And last year – when we had 20 sessions – we had sessions on five different days.

There will again be a special issue of the Journal of Sports Economics devoted to papers from these sessions. Details on submitting a paper for inclusion in the JSE issue can be found below. In addition, papers presented at the WEAI conference can be submitted for publication to Contemporary Economics Policy or Economic Inquiry within 6 months of the conference without paying a submission fee.
Your submission must contain full contact information for all co-authors.

Submission deadline: January 15, 2014

Full submission details: pdf doc

Here is the contact information for the session organizers:

David Berri
Southern Utah University
435-586-5477
berri@suu.edu

Tony Krautmann
DePaul University
312-362-6176
akrautma@depaul.edu



Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

40th Annual EEA Conference
Boston, Massachusetts
March 14 – March 16, 2014

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Eastern Economic Association (SEA) conference. The conference will be held March 14-16, 2014 in Boston. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. I hope to have several complete sessions to take to the EEA organizers to assure us of a good room and good session times.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in Boston, please email Victor Matheson or Sean Mulholland (see below for contact information) a title and full contact information including post and email addresses. Your submission must contain full contact information for all co-authors.

Submission deadline: November 15, 2013

Here is the contact information for the session organizers:
Victor Matheson
508-793-2649
vmatheso@holycross.edu

Sean Mulholland
508-565-1257
smulholland@stonehill.edu



Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

83nd Annual SEA Conference
Tampa, Florida
November 23 – November 25, 2013

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Southern Economic Association (SEA) conference. The conference will be held November 23-25, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. I hope to have several complete sessions to take to the SEA organizers to assure us of a good room and good session times.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in Tampa, please email Dennis Coates (see below for contact information) a title and full contact information including post and email addresses. Your submission must contain full contact information for all co-authors.

Here is the contact information for the session organizer:
Dennis Coates
410-455-3243
coates@umbc.edu



Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

88th Annual WEAI Conference
Seattle, Washington
June 28 – July 2, 2013

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) conference. The conference will be held June 28 to July 2 in Seattle. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. Specifically, we will try to schedule the NAASE sessions on three consecutive days. However, we do not have direct control over the scheduling of sessions. And last year – when we had 21 sessions – we had sessions on five different days.

There will again be a special issue of the Journal of Sports Economics devoted to papers from these sessions. Details on submitting a paper for inclusion in the JSE issue can be found below. In addition, papers presented at the WEAI conference can be submitted for publication to Contemporary Economics Policy or Economic Inquiry within 6 months of the conference without paying a submission fee.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in Seattle, please email Tony Krautmann or David Berri (see below for full contact information) the following:

  • the title of your paper
  • an abstract (we hope to post all abstracts, so please provide a brief description of your paper)
  • an indication of which co-authors are actually attending the meeting AND which days everyone plans on attending. It is important you tell us when you will be there so we can know which days to try and schedule your papers (and also, who to schedule as discussants)
  • an indication of which co-authors are NAASE members (membership is encouraged for all presenters)
  • full contact information including post and email addresses, phone and fax numbers for all co-authors by January 15, 2013. Your submission must contain full contact information for ALL co-authors or it will not be considered. Please submit contact information in the following format that can be cut and pasted directly into the WEAI session sheets. Please note that this contact information must be in a Microsoft Word file format (not a pdf file). Below is an example of the format for the paper title and contact information:

Paper x:   Anthony Krautmann, DePaul University; David Berri, Southern Utah University

Title:   “Sports Economics: This Data is Just Amazing!

Anthony Krautmann
Department of Economics
DePaulUniversity
1 EastJackson
Chicago,IL 60604
Phone: 312-362-6176
FAX:  312-362-5452
E-mail:  akrautma@depaul.edu
David Berri
Department of Economics
Southern Utah University
351 West University Boulevard
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-586-5477
FAX: 435-586-5493
E-mail: berri@suu.edu

We will not accept paper submissions that do not include full contact information for all coauthors.

Here is the contact information for the session organizers:

David Berri Tony Krautmann
Southern Utah University DePaul University
435-586-5477 312-362-6176
berri@suu.edu akrautma@depaul.edu

 

And here are a few additional notes on this conference.

  • Paper presenters are VERY strongly encouraged to become members of NAASE. For details on becoming a member one is referred to the NAASE website: http://www.byuresearch.org/naasportseconomists/membership
  • If you submit a paper, we will assume that you- or a co-author – are also willing to discuss a paper.
  • We will accommodate as many papers as possible.  However, if we cannot accommodate all papers, we will first cut second and/or third papers by the same author(s).
  • More information on the conference can be found on the WEAI web site: http://www.weainternational.org/conferences.htm
  • More information about the North American Association of Sports Economists can be found on the NAASE web site: http://byuresearch.org/NAASE/index.html
  • Journal of Sports Economics WEAI/NAASE Conference papers issue: An issue of the Journal of Sports Economics will once again be devoted to papers from this conference.  If you want your paper considered for publication in this issue of the JSE, you must submit a completed draft of the paper to one of the guest editors, NAASE president Rob Simmons and NAASE president elect Raymond Sauer by June 1st 2012.  Papers submitted will be peer reviewed and considered for publication in the Journal of Sports Economics.

 

Beyond these issues, we would also like to note that the Seattle Mariners will be hosting the Chicago Cubs from June 28 to June 30 (after June 30, the Mariners will be on the road). Hopefully, in addition to hearing some wonderful papers, we will all have an opportunity to attend one of these baseball games.


Call for Papers – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

82nd Annual SEA Conference
New Orleans, Louisiana
November 16 – November 18, 2012

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Southern Economic Association (SEA) conference. The conference will be held November 16-18, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past. I hope to have several complete sessions to take to the SEA organizers to assure us of a good room and good session times.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in New Orleans, please email Dennis Coates (see below for contact information) a title and full contact information including post and email addresses. Your submission must contain full contact information for all co-authors.

Here is the contact information for the session organizer:
Dennis Coates
410-455-3243
coates@umbc.edu


Call for Papers – NAASE/IASE Sports Economics Sessions

87th Annual WEAI Conference
San Francisco, California
June 29 – July 3, 2012

The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) conference.  The conference will be held June 29 to July 3 in San Francisco, California.  The basic format of the NAASE sessions will be the same as in the past.  Specifically, we will try to schedule the NAASE sessions on three consecutive days.  However, we do not have direct control over the scheduling of sessions.

There will again be a special issue of the Journal of Sports Economics devoted to papers from these sessions.  Details on submitting a paper for inclusion in the JSE issue can be found below.  In addition, papers presented at the WEAI conference can be submitted for publication to Contemporary Economics Policy or Economic Inquiry within 6 months of the conference without paying a submission fee.

If you have a sports economics paper you would like to present in San Diego, please email Tony Krautmann or David Berri (see below for full contact information) a title, abstract, and full contact information including post and email addresses, phone and fax numbers for all co-authors by January 15, 2012.   Your submission must contain full contact information for ALL co-authors or it will not be considered. Please submit contact information in the following format that can be cut and pasted directly into the WEAI session sheets.  Please note that this contact information must be in a Microsoft Word file format (not a pdf file). Below is an example of the format for the paper title and contact information:

Paper x:   Anthony Krautmann, DePaul University; David Berri, Southern Utah University

Title:   “Sports Economics: A waste of time or what?

Anthony Krautmann
Department of Economics
DePaulUniversity
1 EastJackson
Chicago,IL 60604
Phone: 312-362-6176
FAX:  312-362-5452
E-mail:  akrautma@depaul.edu
David Berri
Department of Economics
Southern Utah University
351 West University Boulevard
Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: 435-586-5477
FAX: 435-586-5493
E-mail: berri@suu.edu

We will not accept paper submissions that do not include full contact information for all coauthors.

Here is the contact information for the session organizers:

David Berri Tony Krautmann
Southern Utah University DePaul University
435-586-5477 312-362-6176
berri@suu.edu akrautma@depaul.edu

 

And here are a few additional notes on this conference.

  • We will accommodate as many papers as possible.  However, if we cannot accommodate all papers, we will first cut second and/or third papers by the same author(s).
  • More information on the conference can be found on the WEAI web site: http://www.weainternational.org/conferences.htm
  • More information about the North American Association of Sports Economists can be found on the NAASE web site: http://byuresearch.org/NAASE/index.html
  • Paper presenters are strongly encouraged to become members of NAASE.  If you submit a paper, we will assume that you are also willing to discuss a paper.
  • Journal of Sports Economics WEAI/NAASE Conference papers issue: An issue of the Journal of Sports Economics will once again be devoted to papers from this conference.  If you want your paper considered for publication in this issue of the JSE, you must submit a completed draft of the paper to one of the guest editors, NAASE president Rob Simmons and NAASE president elect Raymond Sauer by June 1st 2012.  Papers submitted will be peer reviewed and considered for publication in the Journal of Sports Economics.

 

Beyond these issues, we would also like to note that the San Francisco Giants will be hosting the Cincinnati Reds on June 29, June 30, and July 1st.   Hopefully, in addition to hearing some wonderful papers, we will all have an opportunity to attend one of these baseball games.


Hi Everyone,
The North American Association of Sports Economists (NAASE) is again organizing sports economics sessions at the Western Economic Association International (WEAI) conference. The conference will be held June 29 to July 3 in San Francisco, California.

The call for papers is attached.

Last year we had nearly 70 papers submitted and these were presented in seventeen sessions.  We hope to see at least the same quantity and quality in 2011.   If you wish to join in on the fun, please send a title and abstract (with complete contact information for all co-authors) to Tony Krautmann or myself by mid-January.

Look forward to seeing all of you next summer in San Francisco.  And hope everyone has a Happy Holidays.

Best,

Dave Berri