J.C. Bradbury is an economist who teaches in Kennesaw State's sport management program. He is the…
Georgia (Oct 12, 2009) — J.C. Bradbury is an economist who teaches in Kennesaw State's sport management program. He is the author of "The Baseball Economist" and his current research focuses on the economic aspects of sports, especially baseball. His weblog, Sabernomics.com offers a commentary on current topics in baseball economics (www.sabernomics.com).Link To Website
In addition to his book, Bradbury has contributed to numerous articles in academic journals such as Economic Inquiry , Journal of Public Economics , Journal of Regulatory Economics and Journal of Sports Economics. Dr. Bradbury received his Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University in 2000, and his B.A. from Wofford College in 1996.
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