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Towards an Economic Theory of Amateurism: The NCAA, Antitrust, and the...

Confusion and disagreement over the distinction between paying student-athletes to play and providing them with financial aid for their education has made...

The Equitable Future of Intercollegiate Athletics

For too long now, the NCAA has hidden behind its veil of “amateurism” to justify depriving college athletes of reasonable compensation for...

From student-athletes to employee-athletes: why a ‘pay for play’ model of...

Posted by Social Science Research Network From student-athletes to employee-athletes: why a 'pay for play' model of college sports would not necessarily make educational scholarships...

Assessing the Antitrust Case Against the Bowl Championship Series

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Andrew Zimbalist, May 27, 2009 In an uncertain world, one predictable event is that...

The BCS: Antitrust Goes Bowling?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Gregory Curtner, Atleen Kaur, Robert Wierenga, May 28, 2009 The Bowl Championship Series ("BCS")...

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