High Stakes of Sports Economics


Spurred by the enormous popularity of professional sports, cities are going all out to get and keep teams, often with the lure of new, publicly financed stadiums. The chief beneficiaries of this intercity competition may be the teams' owners. But public support for stadium financing and other forms of public largess may have peaked at a time when the owners are coping with rising player salaries and declining broadcast revenues.

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