Sports Facility Reference List, 2017
- Theodore J Patton, Going For It on Fourth and Long: Gambling Public Funds on a New Vikings Stadium, 7 U. St. Thomas J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 240 (2013).
- Dave Ebersole, Democracy in Ohio: Ohio's Fiscal Constitution and the Unconstitutional Nationwide Arena Deal, 40 Hastings Const. L.Q. 319 (2013).
- Andy Jacoby, Demolition by Neglect in Detroit and the Battle to Save Historic Tiger Stadium: Lessons for Baseball Park Preservationists, 8 Den. U. Sports & Ent. L.J. 46 (2010).
- Chris Dumbroski, Application of the Public Trust Doctrine to the Pittsburgh Stadium and Exhibition Authority, 7 DePaul J. Sports L. & Contemp. Probs.63 (2010).
- Gregory W. Fox, Public Finance and the West Side Stadium: The Future of Stadium Subsidies in New York, 71 Brook. L. Rev. 477 (2005).
- Ian Dobson, The Wrong Gameplan: Why the Minnesota Vikings' Failure to Understand Minnesota's Values Dooms Their Proposal for a New Stadium and How the Taem Can Improve Its Future Chances, 33 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 485 (2006).
- Laurie C. Frey, How the Smallest Market in Professional Sports Had the Easiest Financial Journey: The Renovation of Lambeau Field, 18 Sports Law. J. 259 (2011).
- Peter Asselin, Supporting the Home Team … in More Ways Than One: An Analysis of the Public Financing of Philadelphia's New Sports Stadia, 3 Rutgers J.L. & Urb. Pol'y 389 (2006).
- Raquel M. Mazarin, Wisconsin Governor Signs Sports Arena Funding Legislation, St. & Loc. Taxes Wkly., Aug. 17, 2015.
- Matthew J. Parlow, Publicly Financed Sports Facilities: Are They Economically Justifiable? A Case Study of the Los Angeles Staples Center, 10 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. 483 (2002).
- Daniel H. Mark, Marketing Confusion: The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Lanham Act, 26 Ent. & Sports Law. 25 (2008).
- Benjamin S. Bolas, Who is Going to Pay the Bills: An Examination of the Financing and Lease Options Available to the Buffalo Bills and Ralph Wilson Stadium, 20 Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports L.J. 663 (2013).
- Richard Brodsky, Yankee Stadium Financing Used for Private Benefit, Says New York Assemblyman, Tax Notes Today, Sept. 19, 2008.
- Billy Hamilton, St. Louis Blues: A Stadium Deal to Keep the Rams . . . Maybe, St. Tax Notes, Aug. 17, 2015, at 613.
- Study Finds Cleveland Cavs, Arena Responsible for $ 3.8 Billion in Economic Activity in Ohio, St. Tax Notes, Apr. 8, 2014.
- A New Era Dawns for Indianapolis!: The Lo Down on Lucas Oil Stadium, 3 Indus. Awareness 1 (2008).
- Mark Vancil & Alfred Santasiere III, Yankee Stadium: The Official Retrospective (2008).
- Brian Murphy, San Francisco 49ers: From Kezar to Levi's Stadium (2014).
- James Gast, The Astrodome: Building an American Spectacle (2014).
- Liam T. A. Ford, Soldier Field: A Stadium and Its City (Chicago Visions and Revisions) (2009).
- Bob Andelman, Stadium For Rent: Tampa Bay's Quest for Major League Baseball (1d ed. 2015).
- Neil J. Sullivan, The Diamond in the Bronx: Yankee Stadium and the Politics of New York (2008).
- Brett L. Abrams, Capital Sporting Grounds: A History of Stadium and Ballpark Construction in Washington, D.C. (2009).
- William Povletich, Milwaukee Braves: Heroes and Heartbreak (2009).
- Minn. Stadium and Arena Hist., Minn. House of Representatives Research Dep't (2010).
- Martin J. Greenberg, Ten Years Later: Miller Park and Real Estate Dev. in the Vill. of West Milwaukee and the Menomonee Valley (2012).
- Hays Sports Complex Econ. Impact Study, Docking Inst. Pub. Affairs (Oct. 2008)
- RSM McGladrey, Inc., Analysis of the Estimated Historical Tax Revenue Benefit to State, County and Local Gov't Agencies from Activities Associated with Major Prof'l Sports Facilities in Minn. (2009).
- Minn. House of Representatives Fiscal Analysis Dept., Sports Stadium Funding: A Summary of Actions by the 2006 Legislature (2006).
- Bret J. Mayborne, Metro. Milwaukee Ass'n of Commerce, Econ. Impact of the Bradley Ctr. (2012).
- AECOM Tech. Servs., Inc, Econ. Impact Study of the Green Bay Packers and the Redeveloped Lambeau Field (2010).
- Legislative Reference Bureau, Review of Econ. Impact of Selected Prof'l Sports Venues and Downtown Revitalization Efforts in Okla. City (2013).
- Inst. for Survey and Policy Research at the Univ. of Wis.-Milwaukee, The Econ. Impact of the Milwaukee Brewers (2005).
- NorthStar Econ., Inc., The Econ. Impact of the Univ. of Wis. Athletic Dep't (2011).
- Conventions, Sports & Leisure Int'l, Econ. And Jobs Impact of Metrodome Next Multipurpose Facility (2009).
Financing & Funding Issues
- Judith Grant Long, The Real Cost of Public Funding for Major League Sports Facilities, 6 J. Sports Econ. 119 (2005).
- Richard W. Schwester, An Examination of the Public Good Externalities of Professional Athletic Venues: Justifications for Public Financing?, 27 Pub. Budgeting & Fin. 89 (2007).
- Frank A. Mayer, III, Stadium Financing: Where We Are, How We Got There, and Where We Are Going, 12 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 195 (2005).
- Martin J. Greenberg, Sports Facility Financing and Development Trends in the United States, 15 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 93 (2004).
- Courtney Gesualdi, Sports Stadiums as Public Works Projects: How to Stop Professional Teams from Exploiting Taxpayers, 13 Va. Sports & Ent. L.J. 281 (2014).
- Irwin A. Kishner & David R. Hoffman, Fields of Dreams: The Benefits of Public and Private Cooperation in Financing Professional Sports Stadiums, 28 Ent. & Sports Law. 20 (2010).
- W.S. Miller & Chad LeBlanc, Bingo?: An Overview of the Potential Legal Issues Arising from the Use of Indian Gaming Revenues to Fund Professional Sports Facilities, 19 J. Legal Aspects Sport 121 (2009).
- Kukui Claydon, The Real Team Players: Legal Ethics, Public Interest, and Professional Sports Subsidies, 27 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 451 (2014).
- Jeffrey Standen, The Monopoly Myth: A Comment on the Public Funding of Sports Stadiums, 16 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 267 (2009).
- Timothy B. Kellison, Organisational Perception Management in Sport: The Use of Corporate Pro-Environmental Behaviour for Desired Facility Referenda Outcomes, 15 Sport Management Rev. 500 (2012).
- Jackson Brainerd, Are Publicly Financed Sports Stadiums Worth the Cost?, NCSL Blog (Jan. 9, 2015).
- Jeremy M. Evans, Stadium Financing: American Taxpayers Should Throw the Red Flag, 33 Ent. & Sports Law. 1 (2016).
- David D. Schein, James D. Phillips, & Caroline Rider, American Cities Held Hostage: Public Stadiums and Pro Sports Franchises, 20 Rich. Pub. Int. L. Rev. 63 (2017).
- Judith Grant Long, Public-Private Partnerships for Major League Sports Facilities, in Routledge Research in Sport Business and Management (2013).
- Kevin J. Delaney & Rick Eckstein, Public Dollars, Private Stadiums: The Battle over Building Sports Stadiums (2003).
- Robert C. Trumpbour, The New Cathedrals: Politics and Media in the History of Stadium Construction (1st ed. 2007).
- Neil deMause & Joanna Cagan, Field of Schemes: How the Great Stadium Swindle Turns Public Money into Private Profit (2008).
- Joanna Cagan & Neil deMause, Field of Schemes: How the Great Stadium Swindle Turns Public Money into Private Profit (2002).
- James T. Bennett, They Play, You Pay: Why Taxpayers Build Ballparks, Stadiums, and Arenas for Billionaire Owners and Millionaire Players (2012).
- Jon Morgan, Glory for Sale: Fans, Dollars and the New NFL (1st ed. 1997).
- Stephen Morrow, The People's Game?: Football, Finance and Society (2003).
- Gil Fried, Timothy D. DeSchriver & Michael Mondello, Sport Finance (3d ed. 2013).
- Jason A. Winfree & Mark S. Rosentraub, Sports Finance and Management: Real Estate, Entertainment, and the Remaking of the Business (2012).
- Jon Pessah, The Game: Inside the Secret World of Major League Baseball's Power Brokers (1st ed. 2015).
- Bob Stewart, Sport Funding and Finance (2d ed. 2014).
- Infrastructure Finance: Trends and Techniques (Henry A. Davis ed. 2008).
- Thomas H. Sawyer, Michael Hypes, & Julia Ann Hypes, Financing the Sport Enterprise (2004).
- Russell E. Brayley & Daniel D. McLean, Financial Resource Management: Sport, Tourism, and Leisure Services (2008).
- An Analysis of Sports Facility Costs and Development from 1989-2009, Nat'l Sports L. Inst. (2009).
- Sarah Wilhelm, Ctr. for Pub. Pol'y & Admin. at the U. of Utah, Pub. Funding of Sports Stadiums (2008).
Economics & Economic Impact
- Gwen Burrow, Not Just a Game: The Impact of Sports on U.S. Economy, Emsi (July 9, 2013).
- Ryan Matthew Brewer, Ph.D. & Kayla Marie Freeman, Inexpensively Estimating the Economic Impact of Sports Tourism Programs in Small American Cities, 90 Ind. Bus. Rev. 1 (2015).
- Charles Santo, The Economic Impact of Sports Stadiums: Recasting the Analysis in Context, 27 J. Urb. Affairs 177 (2005).
- Geoffrey Propheter, Are Basketball Arenas Catalysts of Economic Development?, 34 J. Urb. Affairs 347 (2012).
- Dennis Coates, Stadiums and Arenas: Economic Development or Economic Redistribution?, 25 Contemp. Econ. Pol'y 565 (2007).
- Arthur C. Nelson, Prosperity or Blight? A Question of Major League Stadia Locations, 15 Econ. Dev. Q. 255 (2001).
- Brian P. Yates, Whether Building a New Sports Arena Will Revitalize Downtown and Make the Team a Winner, 17 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. 269 (2009).
- Garrett Johnson, The Economic Impact of New Stadiums and Arenas on Cities, 2011 Den. U. Sports & Ent. L.J. 1 (2011).
- David L. Dobkin, Fair or Foul? Ballparks and Their Impact on Urban Revitalization, 41 Real Estate Rev. J. 3 (2012).
- Dr. Sharianne Walker & Dr. Michael Enz, The Impact of Professional Sports on the Local Economy, 29 W. New Eng. L. Rev. 149 (2006).
- Victor Matheson & Brad R. Humphreys, Pilots and Public Policy: Steering Through the Economic Ramifications, 16 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 273 (2009).
- David Schultz, Evaluating Economic Development Takings: Legal Validity Versus Economic Viability, 4 Alb. Gov't L. Rev. 186 (2011).
- Christopher M. McLeod & John T. Holden, Ecological Economics and Sports Stadiums Public Financing, 41 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 581 (2017).
- Jeffrey Pierro, The Impact of Professional Sports Franchises on Local Economies (2014).
- Frank P. Jozsa Jr., American League Franchises: Team Performances Inspire Business Success (2016).
- Chris Gratton & Ian P. Henry, Sport in the City: The Role of Sport in Economic and Social Regeneration (2001).
- The Oxford Handbook of Sports Economics: Volume 2: Economics Through Sports (Stephen Shmanske & Leo H. Kahane eds. 2012).
- The Economics of the National Football League: The State of the Art (Kevin G. Quinn ed. 2012).
- Mark S. Rosentraub, Major League Winners: Using Sports and Cultural Centers as Tools for Economic Development (2010).
- Mark S. Rosentraub, Major League Losers: The Real Cost of Sports and Who's Paying for It (1999).
- Robert C. Trumpbour, The New Cathedrals: Politics and Media in the History of Stadium Construction (2007).
- The Economics and Politics of Sports Facilities (Wilbur C. Rich ed. 2000).
- Mark S. Rosentraub, Reversing Urban Decline: Why and How Sports, Entertainment, and Culture Turn Cities into Major League Winners (2d ed. 2014).
- Frank P. Jozsa Jr., National League Franchises: Team Performances Inspire Business Success (2016).
- Chris Roush, Show Me the Money: Writing Business and Economics Stories for Mass Communication (2004).
- Roger D. Blair, Sports Economics (2012).
- J.C. Bradbury, Hot Stove Economics: Understanding Baseball's Second Season (2011).
- Andrew Zimbalist, The Bottom Line: Observations and Arguments on the Sports Business (2006).
- Kevin Delaney & Rick Eckstein, Local Growth Coalitions, Publicly Subsidized Sports Stadiums, and Social Inequality, 30 Human. & Soc'y 84 (2006).
- Allen R. Sanderson, In Defense of New Sports Stadiums, Ballparks and Arenas, 10 Marq. Sports L.J. 173 (2000).
- Martin J. Greenberg & Dennis Hughes, Jr., Sports.comm: It Takes a Village to Build a Sports Facility, 22 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 91 (2011).
- Christine H. Steinberg, Developing Lease Agreements with Professional Sports Franchises, N.J. Law, December 2004, at 36.
- Juliet F. Gainsborough, The Sports Complex Special Services District: Thirty Million Dollars for Your Trouble, 3 Drexel L. Rev. 155 (2010).
- Marc Edelman, The House That Taxpayers Built: Exploring the Rise in Publicly Funded Baseball Stadiums from 1953 Through the Present, 16 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 257 (2009).
- Marc Edelman, Sports and the City: How to Curb Professional Sports Teams' Demands for Free Public Stadiums, 6 Rutgers J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 35 (2008).
- Thomas D. Stuck, Facility Issues in Major League Soccer: What Do Soccer Stadiums Have to Do with Antitrust Liability?, 14 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 551 (2004).
- James Gross, A Delayed Blitz on the NFL's Blackout Policy: A New Approach to Eliminating Blackouts in Publicly Funded NFL Stadiums, 82 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1194 (2014).
- Logan E. Gans, Take Me out to the Ball Game, but Should the Crowd's Taxes Pay for It?, 29 Va. Tax Rev. 751 (2010).
- Jeffrey W. Moore, How Sports Can Benefit Communities Burdened by Brownfields, 8 Va. Sports & Ent. L.J. 1 (2008).
- Sean Brown, Crowdfunding: The Answer to the Sports Stadium Controversy, 12 Willamette Sports L.J. 68 (2015).
- John C. Fuller, The House That Taxpayers Built: Introduction, 16 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 255 (2009).
- John R. Middleton, Jr., Scott L. Walker, & Matthew Savare, Stadia Mania: The Business, Civic and Legal Issues of New Stadium Construction - Part I, Metropolitan Corp. Couns., Feb. 2008, at 5.
- John R. Middleton, Jr., Scott L. Walker, & Matthew Savare, Stadia Mania:The Business, Civic, And Legal Issues Of New Stadium Construction - Part II, Metropolitan Corp. Couns., Mar. 2008, at 47.
- Geoffrey Propheter, Sports Facilities and the Property Tax, St. Tax Notes, Apr. 29, 2013, at 391.
- Matthew J. Parlow, Appendix to Equitable Fiscal Regionalism: Appendix, 85 Temp. L. Rev. 97 (2012).
- Nadir S. Ahmed, Inclusionary Seating: Application of the Principle of Inclusionary Zoning to Stadium Event Ticket Pricing,16 Sports Law. J. 301 (2009).
- Nick DeSiato, Silencing the Crowd: Regulating Free Speech in Professional Sport Facilities, 20 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 411 (2010).
- Jeremy M. Evans, Presenting the Case to Build and Maintain a Successful Sports Franchise: A Great Value, Lease, Market, and Personnel, 33 Ent. & Sports Law 43 (2017).
- Matthew J. Parlow, The Curious Case of the Bradley Center, 27 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 271 (2017)
- Brandon Steiner, You Gotta Have Balls: How a Kid from Brooklyn Started from Scratch, Bought Yankee Stadium, and Created a Sports Empire (2012).
- Gil Fried, Managing Sport Facilities (3d ed. 2015).
- Eric S. Schwarz, Stacey A. Hall & Simon Shibli, Sport Facility Operations Management: A Global Perspective (1st ed. 2010).
- The Rise of Stadiums in the Modern United States: Cathedrals of Sport (Mark Dyreson & Robert Trumpbour eds. 2010).
- Robert C. Trumpbour, The New Cathedrals: Politics and Media in the History of Stadium Construction (2007).
- Roger L. Kemp, Cities and Sports Stadiums: A Planning Handbook (2009).
- Dennis J. Seese, The Rebirth of Professional Soccer in America: The Strange Days of the United Soccer Association (2015).
- Gene W. Knupke, Profiles of American: Canadian Sports Stadiums and Arenas (2006).
- Jonah Keri, The Extra 2%: How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League Baseball Team from Worst to First (2011).
- Dave Zirin, Bad Sports: How Owners are Ruining the Games We Love (2010).
- Martin J. Greenberg, The Stadium Game (2d ed. 2001).
- Charles A. Santo & Gerard C.S. Mildner, Sport and Public Policy: Social, Political, and Economic Perspectives (2010).
- Ralph C. Wilcox & David L. Andrews, Sporting Dystopias: The Making and Meanings of Urban Sport Cultures (Robert Pitter & Richard L. Irwin eds. 2003).
- J. Nauright & K. Schimmel, The Political Economy of Sport (2005).
- Scott R. Rosner & Kenneth L. Shropshire, The Business of Sports (2d ed. 2004).
- Ronald B. Woods, Social Issues in Sport (2d ed. 2011).
- The Baseball Prospectus Team of Experts, Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game is Wrong (Jonah Keri ed. 2006).
- Glenn M. Wong, Essentials of Sports Law (4th ed. 2010).
- Gil Fried, Managing Sport Facilities (2d ed. 2010).
- Thomas J. Aicher, Amanda L. Paule-Koba, & Brianna L. Newland, Sport Facility and Event Management (2016).
- Robin Ammon, Jr., Richard M. Southall, & Mark S. Nagel, Sport Facility Management: Organizing Events and Mitigating Risks (2d ed. 2010).
- Eric C. Schwarz, Stacy A. Hall, & Simon Shibli, Sport Facility Operations Management: A Global Perspective (2d ed. 2015).
- Sport Facilities (Aurora Cuito ed. 2007).
- Eric C. Schwarz, Hans Westerbeek, Dongfeng Liu, Paul Emery, & Paul Turner, Managing Sport Facilities and Major Events (2d ed. 2016).
- Peter Culley & John Pascoe, Sports Facilities and Technologies (2009).
- Gil Fried, Managing Sport Facilities (1d ed. 2005).
- Hans Westerbeek, Aaron Smith, Paul Turner, Paul Emery, Christine Green, & Linda van Leeuwen, Managing Sport Facilities and Major Events (2006).
Location & Relocation Issues
- Martin J. Greenberg, Alternative Dispute Resolution in Sports Facility Leases, 16 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 99 (2005).
- Elizabeth Odian, Preventing Sonicsgate: The Ongoing Problem of Franchise Relocation, 18 Sports Law. J. 67 (2011).
- Martin J. Greenberg & Bryan M. Ward, Non-Relocation Agreements in Major League Baseball: Comparison, Analysis, and Best Practice Clauses, 21 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 7 (2010).
- David Haddock, Tonja Jacobi & Matthew Sag, League Structure & Stadium Rent-Seeking-The Role of Antitrust Revisited, 65 Fla. L. Rev. 1 (2013).
- Arjun Sivakumar, Owners Playing It Safe: A Law and Economics Explanation of Why Sports Franchises Relocate, 10 Willamette Sports L.J. 1 (2012).
- Kristen E. Knauf, If You Build It, Will They Stay? An ExaminationofOf State-of-the-Art Clauses in NFL Stadium Leases, 20 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 479 (2010).
- Paul M. Anderson & W.S. Miller, Sonic Bust: Trying To Retain Major League Franchises In Challenging Financial Times, 21 J. Legal Aspects Sport 117 (2011).
- Will Hendrick, Comment, Pay or Play?: On Specific Performance and Sports Franchise Leases, 87 N.C. L. Rev. 504 (2009).
- Robert A. Gottfried, Reasonable Relocation: Antitrust Implications of Restrictions on Movement of Professional Sports Teams, 19 Sports Law. J. 109 (2012).
- Jared F. Bartie, Daniel A. Etna & Irwin A. Kishner, Navigating the Purchase and Sale of Sports Teams, New York L.J. (2015).
- David Kennedy, Football Stadium Relocation and the Commodification of Football: The Case of Everton Supporters and Their Adoption of the Language of Commerce, 13 Soccer & Soc'y 341 (2012).
- Professional Sports Franchise Relocation: Antitrust Implications (2015).
- Professional Sports Franchise Relocation: Antitrust Implications (2011).
- Frank P. Jozsa, Jr. & John J. Guthrie, Jr., Relocating Teams and Expanding Leagues in Professional Sports: How the Major Leagues Respond to Market Conditions (1999).
- Howard L. Nixon II, Sport in a Changing World (2d ed. 2016).
- Bob Andelman, Stadium for Rent: Tampa Bay's Quest for Major League Baseball (2015).
Minor League Sports
- Donald P. Roy, Impact of New Minor League Baseball Stadiums on Game Attendance, 17 Sport Marketing Q. 146 (2008).
- T. Christopher Greenwell, Janghyuk Lee, & Dylan Naeger, Using the Critical Incident Technique to Understand Critical Aspects of the Minor League Spectator's Experience, 16 Sport Marketing Q. 190 (2007).
- Matthew J. Bernthal & Peter J. Graham, The Effect of Sport Setting on Fan Attendance Motivation: The Case of Minor League vs. Collegiate Baseball, 26 J. Sport Behavior 223 (2003).
Naming Rights & Other Revenue Streams
- Mitchell Nathanson, What's in a Name or, Better Yet, What's It Worth? Cities, Sports Teams and the Right of Publicity, 58 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 167 (2007).
- Christopher B. Carbot, The Odd Couple: Stadium Naming Rights Mitigating the Public-Private Stadium Finance Debate, 4 FIU L. Rev. 515 (2009).
- Christian Maximilian Voigt, "What's Really in the Package of a Naming Rights Deal?" Service Mark Rights and the Naming Rights of Professional Sports Stadiums, 11 J. Intell. Prop. L. 327 (2004).
- Nathan R. Scott, Take Us Back to the Ball Game: The Laws and Policy of Professional Sports Ticket Prices, 39 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 37 (2005).
- William A. Drennan, Where Generosity and Pride Abide: Charitable Naming Rights, 80 U. Cin. L. Rev. 45 (2011).
- Joshua M. Peles, Note, The Most Expensive Seats in the House: How Sports Franchises and Sports Networks Profit at Fans' Expense, 13 Va. Sports & Ent. L.J. 295 (2014).
- Amanda Schlager, Is The Suite Life Truly Sweet? The Property Rights Luxury Box Owners Actually Acquire, 8 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 453 (2006).
- William A. Drennan, Surnamed Charitable Trusts: Immortality at Taxpayer Expense, 61 Ala. L. Rev. 225 (2010).
- Jack F. Williams, The Coming Revenue Revolution in Sports, 42 Willamette L. Rev. 669 (2006).
- Mark Levengood, Comment, Unregistered Securities in the National Football League: Can the Securities Act of 1933 Protect Season Ticket Holders and Personal Seat License Holders?, 11 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 411 (2004).
- Timothy D. DeSchriver & Paul E. Jensen, What's in a Name? Price Variation in Sport Facility Naming Rights, 29 E. Econ. J. 359 (2003).
- Roderick Van Daniel, Corporate Naming Rights on Intercollegiate Athletic Facilities, in Through My Eyes: Sports Administration from a Diversified Perspective 111 (2006).
- Branded Spaces: Experience Enactments and Entanglements (Stephan Sonnenburg & Laura Baker eds. 2013).
- Richard L. Irwin, William A. Sutton, & Larry M. McCarthy, Sport Promotion and Sales Management (2d ed. 2008).
- International Cases in the Business of Sports (Simon Chadwick & Dave Arthur eds. 2008).
- John A. Fortunato, Sports Sponsorship: Principles and Practices (2013).
- Rick Horrow & Karla Swatek, Beyond the Box Score: An Insider's Guide to the $750 Billion Business of Sports (2010).
Planning, Design, & Construction
- Geoffrey Propheter, Sports Facilities and the Property Tax, St. Tax Notes, Apr. 29, 2013, at 391.
- John Loughney, Major League Baseball and the Green Revolution: A Market-Based Approach to Maintaining Competitive Balance in the Face of Environmental Regulations, 38 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 709 (2014).
- Diana C. Taylor, Aimed at the Goal?: The Sustainability of Major League Soccer's Structure, 9 Willamette Sports L.J. 1 (2011).
- Alex Porteshawver, Under Review: Stadium Construction and State Environmental Policy Acts, 21 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 339 (2010).
- Tyson E. Hubbard, For the Public's Use? Eminent Domain in Stadium Construction, 15 Sports Law. J. 173 (2008).
- Zachary A. Phelps, Stadium Construction for Professional Sports: Reversing the Inequities Through Tax Incentives, 18 St. John's J. Legal Comment 981 (2004).
- Erin A. Stanton, Home Team Advantage?: The Taking of Private Property for Sports Stadiums, 9 N.Y. City L. Rev. 93 (2005).
- Michael Birch, Take Some Land for the Ball Game: Sports Stadiums, Eminent Domain, and the Public Use Debate, 19 Sports Law. J. 173 (2012).
- Arline F. Schubert, A Taxpayer's and a Politician's Dilemma: Use of Eminent Domain to Acquire Private Property for Sport Facilities, 86 N.D. L. Rev. 845 (2010).
- Aaron Mensh, "Upon Further Review": Why a Sports Stadium Can Justify an Eminent Domain Taking, 40 Conn. L. Rev. 1623 (2008).
- Thomas J. Grant, Jr., Comment, Green Monsters: Examining the Environmental Impact of Sports Stadiums, 25 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 149 (2014).
- David Mark, Comment, Taking One for the Team: The Persistent Abuse of Eminent Domain in Sports Stadium Construction, 5 FIU L. Rev. 781 (2010).
- W. S. Miller, Changing Playing Fields: The Sports Attorney's Obligation to Learn Green, 21 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 139 (2010).
- Cristin F. Hartzog, Note, The "Public Use" of Private Sports Stadiums: Kelo Hits a Homerun for Private Developers, 9 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 145 (2006).
- Shane Mecham, The House That Consensus Built: Consensus Building in Stadium Construction, 38 Urb. Law. 1087 (2006).
- Giovanna D'Orazio, Comment, Taking Private Property to Build an Urban Sports Arena: A Valid Exercise of Eminent Domain Powers?, 69 Alb. L. Rev. 1135 (2006).
- Alex B. Porteshawver, Comment, Green Sports Facilities: Why Adopting New Green-Building Policies Will Improve the Environment and the Community, 20 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 241 (2009).
- Philip Weinberg, Eminent Domain for Private Sports Stadiums: Fair Ball or Foul?, 35 Envtl. L. 311 (2005).
- Jack F. Williams, Jessica O'Quin & Joshua Stein, Public Financing of Green Cathedrals, 5 Alb. Gov't L. Rev. 123 (2012).
- Peter Montine, Forced Turnovers: Using Eminent Domain to Build Professional Sports Venues, 9 Wash. J.L. Tech. & Arts 331 (2014).
- Thomas A. Musil, The Sleeping Giant: Community Benefit Agreements and Urban Development, 44 Urb. Law. 827 (2012).
- Stephanie M. Gurgol, Comment, Won't You be My Neighbor? Ensuring Productive Land Use Through Enforceable Community Benefits Agreements, 46 U. Tol. L. Rev. 473 (2015).
- Alexander D. Racketa, Note, Takings for Economic Development in New York: A Constitutional Slam Dunk?, 20 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 191 (2010).
- Vanessa Bovo, Comment, Keeping the Public in the Public Use Requirement: Acquisition of Land by Eminent Domain for New Sports Stadiums Should Require More than Hypothetical Jobs and Tax Revenues to Meet the Public Use Requirement, 16 Seton Hall J. Sports & Ent. L. 289 (2006).
- Steven Chen, Note, Keeping Public Use Relevant in Stadium Eminent Domain Takings: The Massachusetts Way, 40 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 453 (2013).
- James C. Puhalla, Jeffrey V. Krans & J. Michael Goatley, Jr., Sports Fields: Design, Construction, and Maintenance (2d ed. 2010).
- Benjamin Flowers, Sport and Architecture, in Frontiers of Sport (2016).
- John Bale, Sport, Space and the City (2001).
- Camiel van Winkel, Pauline Terreehorst & Marieke van Rooy, The Stadium: Architecture of Mass Sport (2000).
- Rod Sheard, The Stadium: Architecture for the New Global Sporting Culture (2005).
- Dennis R. Judd &Todd Swanstrom, City Politics (9th ed. 2014).
- Bernard H. Ross & Myron A. Levin, Urban Politics: Cities and Suburbs in a Global Age (8th ed. 2011).
- William Fulton, Romancing the Smokestack: How Cities and States Pursue Prosperity (2010).
- Paul Gary Wyckoff, Policy and Evidence in a Partisan Age: The Great Disconnect (2009).
- Mike E. Miles, Gayle Berens Marc A. Weiss, Real Estate Development: Principles and Process (3d ed. 2000).
- Facility Planning and Design for Health, Physical Activity, Recreation, and Sport (13th ed. 2013).
- National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association, Space Planning Guidelines for Campus Recreational Sport Facilities (1d ed. 2008).
- National Sports Law Institute, An Analysis of Sports Facility Costs and Development from 1898-2009 (2009).
- Mankato Sports Comm'n, Greater Mankato Reg'l Recreation Facilities Assessment Overview & Recommendations (2016).
- Crossroads Consulting Servs., Mkt. and Econ. Analysis for a Potential New Indoor Multi-Sport Facility in Little Rock, Ark. (2015).
- Conventions, Sports & Leisure Int'l, Feasibility Analysis of Sports & Recreation Facilities Dev. in Porter Cty. (2015).
- Dep't of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities, All Sports Facility Feasibility Study (2005).
- Strategic Leisure Grp., Full Report: ACT Indoor Sports Facilities Study (2015).
- Sykes Humphreys Consulting, Indoor Sports Facility Provision Assessment Report (2008).
- Brailsford & Dunlavey, Multi-Use Sports Complex Planning Study Report Prepared for Dauphin Cty. Redevelopment Auth. (2012).
- Kahler Slater, Recreational Sports Master Plan (n.d.).
- Primary Research Grp., Survey of Coll. Sports Stadium and Arena Playing Surfaces Renovation Practices (2014).
- Econ. Research Assocs., Econ. and Fiscal Revenue Impacts of a Proposed Ballpark Vill. on the City of Fremont and the Econ. Base of Alameda Cty. (2007).
- John E. Connaughton & Alain A. Krapl, The Econ. Impact of a Proposed New Stadium on the Santa Clara Cty. Econ. (2007).