Spring 2020, Volume 1, Number 2
In this Chronicle we address competition and sports. All sports have layers of rules. There are the “rules of the game” itself (the size of the field, how to score points, how many players per team). Then there are the “governing rules” for the organization of competitive sports, such as league structures, financial rules, and rules on player transfers. And then there is the law. To the extent that sports constitute an economic activity, they, and their rules, are subject to the competition rules.