Labor, Employment & Discrimination: Sports Economics
Professional sport is more than a game. Each of the four major U.S. sports organizations operates under its own economic structure and rules; each is somewhat different. They function under a combination of anti-trust or partial anti-trust exemptions, salary caps, wage scales, and revenue sharing agreements.
Gnarus experts and consultants have experience in analyzing the implications of the highly individualized market structure of the NFL in particular and in sports leagues in general. We bring our vast experience in data analysis, in-depth research, analysis and advanced quantitative modeling to analysis of many aspects of the business of sports leagues from labor negotiations, analyzing salary cap implications, to personnel decisions—both players and staff.