The aim of the journal is to further research in the area of sports economics by bringing together theoretical and empirical research in a single intellectual venue. Relevant topics include Labor market research, Labor-management relations, Collective bargaining, Wage determination, Local public finance, as well as other fields related to the economics of sports
Journal of Sports Economics aims to publish the highest quality scholarly research in the field of sports economics. Papers submitted to the journal must be of interest both to specialists in sports economics and to researchers in other areas of economics, finance or management. The goal of the journal is to advance understanding of the economy, economic decision-making by individuals, both as consumers and workers, and by firms, and the interaction of individuals and firms within the marketplace through study of the sporting context. The journal welcomes both theoretical and empirical submissions from all areas of economics on topics connected to sport business, sport participation and public policy toward sport.