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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

The Sports Economist

Last week, Professor Skip Sauer invited Professor Phil Miller of the Market Power blog and me to join him as co-bloggers on The Sports Economist. I immediately accepted the invitation.

The Sports Economist is a premier sports economics blog. It was strongly recommended reading for my students last term, and it was required reading for Professor Miller's students. I was especially pleased with the joint invitation because Professor Miller and I have only recently come to know each other and have already decided to work together on several research projects.

I will, of course, continue to post articles here, at The Eclectic Econoclast.
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