J.C. Bradbury
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Name: John Charles Bradbury (a.k.a. John-Charles or J.C.)
Born: Charlotte, NC, 1973
Occupation: Associate Professor of HPS, Kennesaw State University
Education: Ph.D. (Economics) George Mason University, 2000; B.A. Wofford College, 1996
Family: Married with two daughters
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Hot Stove Economics: Understanding Baseball's Second Season (Copernicus/Springer)
  • Who are baseball's "most valuable" players?
  • Why free agents are worth their seemingly exorbitant salaries.
  • Which teams get the most out of their budgets?
  • Why small-market teams aren't doomed to fail, and revenue sharing has little to do with it.
  • Debunking common myths of the hot stove league.
The Baseball Economist: The Real Game Exposed (Dutton/Plume)
  • Why are there more hit batters in the AL?
  • What happened to the left-handed catcher?
  • How have steroids affected the game?
  • What are the best/worst managed organizations in baseball?
  • What are players worth?
  • How good is Leo Mazzone?
  • Do big cities really dominate small cities?
  • Is MLB a Monopoly?
Sabernomics: Economic Thinking About Baseball
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