Economics of Professional Team Sports: A Legal Outlook // 7th Annual Student Conference in Economics and Business. St. Norbert College, Wisconsin. April 2001.
Опубликовано на портале: 11-08-2005
What can be concluded is that the market of professional team sports, especially baseball, still maintains a considerable exemption from antitrust law mainly because of the Supreme Court decisions and the lack of action or legislation passing by Congress. All professional team sports leagues today maintain a monopoly over each sport because of the exemption the Supreme Court has ruled with regards to antitrust law. Players have gained a considerable amount of headway in relation to controlling the labor market, but are always in search of more. Cases continue to be brought to the courts in relation to players and bargaining, and cases will continue for many years. What is next is that it must be decided whether or not these decisions and exemptions have actually improved and stabilized the market for professional team sports.
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