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Competitive balance and revenue sharing: when rich clubs have poor teams

Competitive balance and revenue sharing: when rich clubs have poor teams

Journal of Sports Economics 5(2): 206-212

In this article, a distinction is made between two types of competitive imbalances, the good and the bad ones. Because it is mainly the bad type of competitive imbalance that worries us most, that is, the large-market clubs dominating the small-market clubs, it can be shown that the competitive balance in a win-maximizing league is always worse than in a profit-maximizing league.

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DOI: 10.1177/1527002503257209

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