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John Amis; T. Bettina Cornwell (editor). Global Sport Sponsorship. Berg Publishers. 2005. 326pp.

Robert C. Berry; William B. Gould; Paul D. Staudohar. Labor Relations in Professional Sports. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1986. 289pp.

Robert Fredrick Burk. Much More Than a Game: Players, Owners, & American Baseball Since 1921. UNC Press. 2001. 372pp. Labor relations in baseball.

Mark Conrad. The Business of Sports: A Primer for Journalists. Routledge. 2006. 329pp.

Jerry Gorman; Kirk Calhoun. The Name of the Game: The Business of Sports. John Wiley and Sons. 1994. 278pp.

Frank P. Jozsa. Sports Capitalism: The Foreign Business Of American Professional Leagues. Ashgate Publishing. 2004. 316pp.

Charles P. Korr. The End of Baseball As We Knew It: The Players Union, 1960-81. University of Illinois Press. 2002. 336pp.

James Edward Miller. The Baseball Business: Pursuing Pennants and Profits in Baltimore. UNC Press. 1991. 394pp.

Albert Theodore Powers. The Business of Baseball. McFarland. 2003. 409pp.

Trevor Slack (editor). The Commercialisation of Sport. Routledge. 2004. 335pp.

Paul M. Sommers (editor). Diamonds Are Forever: The Business of Baseball. Brookings Institution Press. 1992. 208pp.

Paul D. Staudohar; J. A. Mangan. The Business of Professional Sports: Economic and Business Perspectives. University of Illinois Press. 1991. 306pp.

Paul D. Staudohar. Playing for Dollars: Labor Relations and the Sports Business. Cornell University Press. 1996. 216pp.

Andrew Zimbalist. Baseball and Billions: A Probing Look Inside the Big Business of Our National Pastime. Basic Books. 1994. 324pp.

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