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SPORTS MARKETING QUARTERLY

June 2016

“A Heterogeneous Analysis of Secondary Market Transactions for College Football Bowl Games.”

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT FINANCE

November 2015

“Secondary Market Behavior during College Football’s Postseason: Evidence from the 2014 Rose Bowl and BCS Championship Game”,

JOURNAL OF SPORT MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCIALIZATION

December 2014

“How Event Significance, Pent-up Demand, Playoff Oversaturation, and Series-clinching Euphoria Can Impact Secondary Market Behavior in Major League Baseball’s Postseason”

SPORTS MARKETING QUARTERLY

Fall 2014

“How Event Significance, Team Quality and School Proximity Impact March Madness Markups”

SOCIAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY

Fall 2014

"Do Mobile Sporting Events Produce Net Increases in Tourism, Local Hotel Revenues, and Overall Economic Impact? Evidence Using Smith Travel Research Data"

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT & SOCIETY

June 2014

“Pricing Insanity at March Madness: Exploring the Causes of Secondary Price Markups at the 2013 Final Four”

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Winner of the 2018 Reid Teaching Award at Wash U - St. Louis 

  • 16 articles published in peer-reviewed journals 

  • In 2015, 2016, and 2017, moderated Sports Business panels at MIT Sports Analytics Conference.  In 2015 and 2018, moderated Sports Business panels at Stanford Sports Innovation Summit 

 

  • In a 16-year career at Webster University, achieved tenured, reached rank of Full Professor, and was nominated for Kemper Teaching Award in Spring 2015

 

  • During the 2014-15 academic year on sabbatical, earned the prestigious Cura Personalis Award while a Visiting Economics Professor at Loyola Marymount University (LA)

 

  • Since 2010, earned invitations as guest speaker on Sports Business topics at Harvard University, New York University, UCLA, University of British Columbia, and Saint Louis University

 

  • Invited Lecturer for Sports Economics courses at Washington University (St Louis), Saint Louis University, Pepperdine University, and UCLA.