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The Economics of Sports: Winners and Losers, is the thirty-fifth annual Public Lecture-Seminar Series organized by the Department of Economics at Western Michigan University. This year the series focuses on economic issues in the world of sports. This year's series is directed by William S. Kem, Associate Professor in the WMU Economics Department, with the assistance of Donald L. Alexander, Wei-Chiao Huang and George Erickcek, and is co-sponsored by the WE. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. All Wednesday afternoon lectures, followed by a question and answer session, are open to the public. In addition, each scholar will also present an academic seminar, which is open to graduate students, faculty, and all interested practitioners.

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