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EEA 41st Annual Conference NAASE Sports Economics Sessions 2015

Eastern Economic Association 41st Annual Conference

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, New York, NY
Feb. 26 – March 1

http://www.quinnipiac.edu/eea/41st-annual-conference

EEA – NAASE Sports Economics Sessions

Session 1: Sports Productivity   Friday,  February 27, 2015 – 8:00-9:20

Session chair: Jadrian Wooten, Pennsylvania State University

Prestige, Motivation, and Burden in Grand Slam Tennis: Examining Match Play from 2008-2012

Lilyana Mladenova, Ithaca College, Darius J. Conger, Ithaca College, retired

The Impact of Upper and Middle Management on Team Production

Thomas Peeters, Erasmus School of Economics, Steven Salaga, Texas A&M University, Matthew Juravich, University of Akron

Structural Breaks in Hockey: The Rise and Fall of the Enforcer and the Assist

Craig Depken, University of North Carolina – Charlotte , Peter A. Groothuis, Appalachian State University, Mark C. Strazicich, Appalachian State University

Shaking Things Up: The Marginal Effects of Football Schemes after a Change at the Top

Garret Mann, Elon University

Discussants: John Fizel, Pennsylvania State University-Erie, Jadrian Wooten, Pennsylvania State University, Frank Stephenson, Berry College, Pete Groothuis, Appalachian State University

Session 2: College Football    Friday,  February 27, 2015 – 9:30-10:50

Session Chair: Victor Matheson, College of the Holy Cross

The Movement of Baseball Players from Japan to the US: An Inverted Will Rogers Phenomenon?

Aju Fenn, Colorado College, Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian College, Michael A. Leeds, Temple University

Faculty Salaries vs Football Spending: Substitutes or Complements?

Glenn Gerstner, St. John’s University, Darius Conger, Independent Scholar, Richard Vogel, Farmingdale State College

The Economic Impact of Lower Division College Football Championship Games

Frank Stephenson, Berry College

Bowling for Dollars: Title Sponsorship of College Football Bowls

John Fizel, Pennsylvania State University-Erie, Chris R. McNeil, Appalachian State University

Discussants: Benjamin Anderson, Colgate University, Michael Leeds, Temple University, Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian College, Arne Feddersen, University of Southern Denmark

Session 3: Fan Attendance      Friday,  February 27, 2015 – 11:00-12:20

Session Chair: Victor Matheson, College of the Holy Cross

Determinants of Stadium Attendance for Women’s Football

Arne Feddersen, University of Southern Denmark

How does Major League Soccer Attendance Respond to Match History?

Jadrian Wooten, Pennsylvania State University

An Evaluation of the Economic Commitments by Istanbul and Tokyo, Two Candidate Cities for the Summer Olympics of 2020

Yunus Emre Karakaya, University of Utah, Sebahattin Devecioğlu, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Discussants: Victor Matheson, College of the Holy Cross, Darius Conger, Independent Scholar, Peter A. Groothuis, Appalachian State University

Session 4: Fan Attendance  Saturday,  February 28, 2015 – 8:00-9:20

Session Chair: Akira Motomura,

Salary Determination among NCAA Football Head Coaches

Stacey Brook, University of Iowa

Brand Marketing in Russian Football

Dennis Coates, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Career Duration in the NHL: Is there a bias against Europeans?

Craig Depken, University of North Carolina – Charlotte, Johnny Ducking, North Carolina A&T State University, Peter A. Groothuis, Appalachian State University

Election of Olympic Host Cities a Rational Choice of the IOC?

Wolfgang Maennig, University of Hamburg, Christopher Vierhaus, University of Hamburg

Discussants: Johnny Ducking, North Carolina A&T State University, Glenn Gerstner, St. John’s University, Victor Matheson, College of the Holy Cross, Kurt Rotthoff, Seton Hall University

Session 5: NCAA, Training and Signals    Saturday,  February 28, 2015 – 9:30-10:50

Chair: Pete Groothuis, Appalachian State University

Can Increasing the Availability of Alcohol Actually Decrease Alcoholic Incidents during Football Games or is it Dumb Luck?

Jadrian Wooten, Pennsylvania State University

Does It Pay to Build through the Draft in the National Basketball Association?

Akira Motomura, Stonehill College, Kelsey Roberts, Clemson University, Daniel M. Leeds, Michigan Department of Education, Michael A. Leeds, Temple University

Like Mike or Like Lebron: Do the Most Able Need College to Signal?

Benjamin C. Anderson, Colgate University, Michael J. Sinkey, West Georgia University

The Impact of Rigorous Training on NFL Players

Johnny Ducking, North Carolina A&T State University

Discussants: John Fizel, The Pennsylvania State University-Erie, Steven Salaga, Texas A&M University, Stacey Brook, University of Iowa, Peter von Allmen, Skidmore College

Session 6: Economic Impact and Games   Saturday,  February 27, 2015 – 11:00-12:20

Session Chair: Dennis Coates, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Economic Outlook of New York City Marathon

Sebahattin Devecioğlu, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Dennis Coates, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Yunus Emre Karakaya, University of Utah

Strategic Interaction in a Repeated Game: Evidence from NCAA

XiaoGang Che, Durham University, Brad R. Humphreys, West Virginia University, Jane E. Ruseski, West Virginia University

 Many Happy Returns? The Pro Bowl, Mega-Events and Tourism in Hawaii

Robert Baumann, College of the Holy Cross, Victor Matheson, College of the Holy Cross

 Discussants: Josh Congdon-Hohman, College of the Holy Cross, Arne Feddersen, University of Southern Denmark, Jane Ruseski, University of West Virginia/

 http://www.quinnipiac.edu/eea/41st-annual-conference/

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