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ECON 313: Economics of Sports

(3-0) Cr. 3.

Prereq: ECON 101
Application of economics to issues in sports, including franchising; rival leagues and barriers to entry; cooperative, competitive, and collusive behavior; player productivity and compensation; contracts, unions, and discrimination; antitrust, taxation, and subsidies. Economic concepts include supply and demand, costs, competition, time value of money, labor economics, pricing, public finance, production, game theory, risk analysis, and industrial organization.

Ivy College of Business

...3 credits), either ENTSP 313 Feasibility Analysis and...Survey of Calculus and ECON 207 Applied Economic...