Franchise Values in North American Professional Sports Leagues: Evidence from a Repeat Sales Method

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Brad R. Humphreys ; Yang Seung Lee (2009)
  • Subject: repeat sales method, sports franchise, quality adjusted price index
    • jel: jel:G12 | jel:L83

The paper develops a quality adjusted professional sports franchise price index for North America based on a repeat sale method. This index reflects trends in the general price of sports franchises holding local market, facility, and team characteristics constant. The p... View more
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