Journal Article
No. 2008-32 | October 15, 2008
Game of Organizing International Cricket: Co-Existence of Country-Line and Club-Line Games

Abstract

The paper presents an economic model of interaction between cricket boards, players and international club-line games sponsors like ICL or IPL. It attempts to capture the inherent conflict between such games and country-line games traditionally organized by cricket boards. It identifies the nature of various trade offs facing these ‘players’ in the game and examines the effects of market-size changes on the composition of players, the scale of country-line and club-line games and the welfare of players and cricket boards

JEL Classification:

L13, L23, L83

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Satya P. Das (2008). Game of Organizing International Cricket: Co-Existence of Country-Line and Club-Line Games. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2 (2008-32): 1—29. http://dx.doi.org/10.5018/economics-ejournal.ja.2008-32


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