Is Smaller Better? A Comment on "Comparative Economic Impact Analyses" by Michael Mondello and Patrick Rishe
Victor Matheson ()
No 407, Working Papers from College of the Holy Cross, Department of Economics
In a recent article in Economic Development Quarterly, "Comparative Economic Impact Analyses: Differences Across Cities, Events, and Demographics" (November 2004), Michael Mondello and Patrick Rishe examined the economic impact of small, amateur sporting events on host economies. This response to their work suggests four reasons why ex ante economic impact estimates for smaller sporting events may come closer to matching ex post reality than those for "mega-events" including less crowding out, lower hosting costs, higher multipliers, and less incentive for boosters to published inflated figures.
Keywords: economic impact; sports; sport economics; mega-events (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L83 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Economic Development Quarterly, Vol. 20:2, May 2006, pp. 192-195.
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