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Thursday, October 20, 2005

The Economics of the World Series:
Reminder of Thursday's Podcast

On Thursday morning, King Banaian, Phil Miller, and I will be discussing "The Economics of the World Seriers" on Jim Reese's Radioeconomics podcasting service. The discussion will be available for download several hours after it takes place. All three of us have taught sports economics and we are part of the group that blogs at The Sports Economist, where there have been some fairly challenging and interesting postings about baseball lately.

Or you can listen to the discussion live and post questions for us to consider during our discussion. Professor Reese has set up a Breeze Live site for this feature of his podcast productions. To go there, click here. The Breeze site will be available shortly after 8am; just log on as a guest using your name. The discussion will begin shortly after 9am EDT [10:30 in Newfoundland]
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