Sports Facility Reports, Volume 16 (2015)
ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SPORTS FACILITES RESEARCH
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Specific Information
- Dr. Anthony Pennington-Cross, Cities, Sport Arenas, and Redevelopment: The Case of Milwaukee and the Arena District Redevelopment Plan, May 14, 2015.
- Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, Milwaukee Sports & Entertainment Arena, 2015.
- Rob Henken, et al., Public Policy Forum: Dedicated funding sources for cultural and entertainment assets in five metro areas(2014).
- Joseph Cera, et al. Center for Urban Initiatives & Research: Wisconsin Economic Scoreboard(2014).
- Anne Chapman et al., Public Policy Forum, The Show Must Go On? Exploring Dedicated Funding Possibilities for Milwaukee’s Cultural and Entertainment Assets(Paper)(2014).
- Rob Henken, et al., Public Policy Forum, The Show Must Go On? Exploring Dedicated Funding Possibilities for Milwaukee’s Cultural and Entertainment Assets(Powerpoint)(2014).
- Vanessa Allen & Rob Henken, Public Policy Forum: Pulling Back the Curtain Assessing the needs of major arts, cultural, recreational, and entertainment assets in Milwaukee County(2013)
- Legislative Reference Bureau, Review of Economic Impact of Selected Professional Sports Venues and Downtown Revitalization Efforts in Oklahoma City(2013).
- Bret J. Mayborne, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, Economic Impact of the Bradley Center (2012).
Other Recent Facility Based Research
- Dennis Coates & Brad R. Humphreys, Professional Sports Facilities, Franchises and Urban Economic Development(UMBC Economics Department Working Paper No. 03-103).
- Conventions, Sports and Leisure Int’l, Feasibility Analysis of Sports and Recreation Facility Development in Porter County (Jan. 14, 2015).
- Conventions, Sports and Leisure Int’l, Market Feasibility and Economic Impact Analysis for a Sports Complex and/or Commercial Development in Parkville, Missouri (Aug. 11, 2014).
- Timothy A. Duy et al., The Economic Impact of Sporting Events in Lane County (June 2014).
- Jesse Stephenson, Capstone Project, Letting Teams Walk: Exploring the Economic Impact of Professional Sports Franchises Leaving Cities (2014).
- The Nat’l Ass’n of Sports Comm’n, The Big Business of Sports Tourism (Special Advertising Section of Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness J.), Aug. 4-10, 2014.
- Crossroads Consulting Services, Market and Economic Analysis for a Potential New Indoor Multi-sport Facility in Little Rock, Arkansas (March 2015).
- Dr. Loren Scott, It’s Not Just Entertainment: The Economic Impact of LSU Sports on Louisiana and The Baton Rouge Metro (April 2015).
- Infinity Global Solutions, LLC & Hart Resources LLC, Clay County Development Authority Economic Impact Study of a Proposed Recreational Sports Park (June 1, 2013).
- Market and Feasibility Advisors, Market and Impact Assessment: Indoor and Outdoor Sports Complex in Lemont, Illinois (Feb. 7, 2013).
- Michael Sasso, Sports Tourism: Do Youth Facility Investments Pay Off?, Athletic Bus., (last visited Aug. 5, 2015).
- Mark S. Rosentraub & Matthew Rust,The Economic Value of the Michigan International Speedway (April 2014).
- Major League Baseball (completed summer 2012)
- National Basketball Association (completed summer 2013)
- National Football League (completed summer 2012)
- National Hockey League (completed summer 2013)
The following reports were compiled from information found on team and league websites, news sources available on LEXIS, Westlaw, general webbased metasearches, and other general research. Each report is intended to provide information on facility and team financing for teams within the various sports and leagues covered.
- Major League Baseball (appendix 1)
- National Basketball Association (appendix 2)
- National Football League (appendix 3)
- National Hockey League (appendix 4)
- Soccer (appendix 5)
- Motorsports (appendix 6)
- College Facilities (appendix 7)
- Green Sports Facility Links (appendix 8)
- Professor Matthew J. Mitten, NSLI Director
- Professor Paul M. Anderson, Creator, Editor & Designer, NSLI Associate Director
- Contributor and Editor: Meghan Pirics (L’16)
- Contributors to Volume 16: Nathan Brown (L’16), Jessica Goldstein (L’17), Katelynn Hill (L’17), Casey Kopitzke (L’16), Josie Qiu (L’17), Rexford Sheild (L’17).
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