Teaching a graduate level sport finance class can be quite complex. With a variety of concepts such as pricing, budgeting, and public funding, to convey in a limited amount of time, new forms of pedagogy are necessary to assist instructors as this technologically-advanced generation enters into academia. Subsequently, technology has been created to apply basic concepts related to finance to the complexity of a professional sports organization. One such program is the Oakland A’s Baseball Business Simulator. Through interviews and “emotional recall” (Ellis, 2004), this evaluative case study seeks to determine the effectiveness of this technology within this environment.
Joris Drayer and Daniel A. Rascher
Justin Peters, Jared Garon, Dale A. Bellaire, Shaun Smith, Derek Marshall, and Jess C. Dixon
golf courses, equipment, and related products, over 32 million golfers ages 6 years and up comprised 24.3 million on-course golfers and 9.9 million who golfed exclusively off-course at either driving ranges, indoor golf simulators, or golf entertainment facilities ( National Golf Foundation, 2019