Journal of Sports Economics — NAASE members receive a discounted subscription to JSE.
The aim of this series is to provide academics, students, sports business executives, and policy makers with information and analysis on the cutting edge of sports economics, sport management, and public policy on sporting issues.
Volumes in this series can focus on individual sports, issues that cut across sports, issues unique to professional sports, or topics in amateur sports. Each volume will provide rigorous analysis with the purpose of advancing understanding of the sport and the sport business, improving decision making within the sport business and regarding policy toward sports, or both. Volumes may include any or all of the following: theoretical modelling and analysis, empirical investigations, or description and interpretation of institutions, policies, regulations, and law.
The Economics of Intercollegiate Sports by Randy R. Grant, John Leadley, and Zenon Zygmont
Victor Matheson coordinates the International Association of Sports Economists (IASE) Working Papers at RePEc, which is a database of working papers and journal articles in sports economics.