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Michael Mondello, Brian M. Mills and Scott Tainsky

Rottenberg’s ( 1956 ) original demand specification adapted for sporting contests. However, the importance of substitution effects extends beyond single-team demand functions. It can have important implications for league organization and policy. Most important, as noted in Mills and Winfree ( 2016 ), the

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Scott Tainsky, Brian M. Mills, Zainab Hans and Kyunghee Lee

redistributive policies, could go unrealized by the team creating that value. Gate revenue sharing is a fixture in the “big four” North American major sports leagues, although the redistribution algorithms and mechanisms vary greatly by league ( Peeters, 2015 ; Vrooman, 2009 ). Likewise, payouts are agreed upon

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Rob Millington, Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, Audrey R. Giles and Steven Rynne

programs are part of the policy and practices of global North nations too (see Gardam, Giles, & Hayhurst, 2017 ). In the Canadian context, such programs are predominantly directed toward Indigenous peoples ( Gardam et al., 2017 ), a trend that has found support in the federal government through a series

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Spencer Riehl, Ryan Snelgrove and Jonathon Edwards

significant program and policy changes. For example, in 2014, the Ontario Soccer Association in Canada mandated the removal of scorekeeping, standings, and reduced field sizes and travel for youth participants less than 12 years of age. This demonstrates how an organization has been able to adapt to a

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Brendan Dwyer, Joris Drayer and Stephen L. Shapiro

participation or DFS providers choose not to operate due to negative attorney general feedback ( Rodenberg, 2017 ). Other states have chosen to regulate the activity to protect consumers, and several other states are awaiting legislative decisions. Of chief concern among policy makers is the potential for

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Nicholas M. Watanabe, Grace Yan, Brian P. Soebbing and Wantong Fu

environment, more diversity is needed in regard to the subject, theoretical framework, and methodologies ( Mallen, 2017 ). For instance, in the discussions of sport consumers and the environment, the extant investigations primarily focus on consumers’ perceptions of sport organizations’ environmental policies

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Hojun Sung, Brian M. Mills and Michael Mondello

sport management and sport economics. In particular, much of the literature has sought to establish comprehensive fan demand functions to guide league and team strategies and policies regarding talent investment, scheduling, marketing, and management of sporting contest broadcasts. As revenue streams

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Jennifer E. McGarry

real-life problems, do not work enough with government, and do not publish in vehicles that influence business . . . policy and practice . . . We do have vehicles that reach managers, but these do not count for much . . . (p. 21) Our evaluation systems are imperiling external impact and incentivizing

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Jeeyoon Kim and Jeffrey D. James

Positive outcomes such as promotion of public health and salubrious effects are popular legitimizations of sport ( Chalip, 2006 ); realization of such outcomes is critical for emphasizing the value of sport and for the inclusion of sport in policy design and implementation. In sport marketing

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Rachel Arnold, David Fletcher and Jennifer A. Hobson

waned ( Wei Ong, Roberts, Arthur, Woodman, & Akehurst, 2016 ). Study Implications In terms of the implications for society and policy, it is crucial that leaders’, managers’, and organizations’ awareness is heightened regarding the presence and impact of dark leadership–management characteristics in