Posts Tagged ‘sports arenas’

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    Sports Walks

    Aug 31, 12 • 275 Views • Behavioral Economics, Businesses, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Government, Labor, Thinking Economically, Uncategorized1 Comment

    Whenever I go to a Philly’s baseball game, the walk from the car to my seat takes awhile. Located in a “stand alone” sports complex off of Route 95, the stadium is one of several and the parking lots extend for acres. I’ve discovered

  • sports stadiums and money

    The Cost of Keeping a Team

    Aug 10, 11 • 175 Views • Businesses, Government, Labor, RegulationNo Comments

    To keep a team, sometimes the stadium makes the difference. The problem, though, is who is going to pay. For the San Diego Chargers, the price tag would be an $800 million sports facility with the city absorbing 65% of the total. On a November 2012 ballot,