Forbes.com

        1.             Berri, David J. 2018. "WNBA Players Are Simply Asking For A Greater Share Of WNBA Revenues" (September 4)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2018/09/04/what-wnba-players-want/#72e2d54133eb


        2.             Berri, David J. 2018. "As Anriel Howard Shows, Underpayment Of Elite Women's Basketball Players Only Begins In                                College" (August 12)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2018/08/12 (EDITOR'S PICK)


        3.             Berri, David J. 2018. "Why Is The Michael Jordan Of The WNBA Paid Less Than Adonis Jordan In 1999?" (July 8)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2018/07/09/ (EDITOR'S PICK)


        4.             Berri, David. 2018. "Let's Talk About What's Truly Wrong With Women's College Basketball." (March 18)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2018/03/18/lets-talk-about (EDITOR'S PICK) 


        5.             Berri, David. 2018. "Black NFL Coaches Appear Much More Likely To Be Fired With A Winning Record." (January 2)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2018/01/02/black-head-coaches (EDITOR'S PICK)


        6.             Berri, David. 2017. "Basketball's Growing Gender Gap: The Evidence The WNBA Is Underpaying Players."

                       (September 20)

                        https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/2017/09/20/there-is-a-growing-gender-wage-gap (EDITOR'S PICK)


        
        For a full list of Forbes.com articles, see go to https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidberri/#61c9f0ae6c5d

Time.com

        1.             Berri, David. 2015. " Here’s What It Will Take for Women’s Sports to Grow in the U.S." (July 6)

                       http://time.com/3945762/world-cup-womens-sports/

 

        2.             Berri, David. 2015. "The Cost of Not Hiring Women Coaches" (June 1)

                        http://time.com/3896935/women-coaches/

 

        3.             Adshade, Marina and David Berri. 2015. "Pay Cheerleaders What They're Worth." Time.com

                      (March 25) 

                         http://time.com/3752957/nfl-football-cheerleaders-minimum-wage/

 

        4.            Berri, David J. 2015. "Highly Illogical: What Sci-Fi Writers Get Wrong About the Future." Time.com (March 4)

                      http://time.com/3731977/science-fiction-future-wrong/

 

        5.             Adshade, Marina and David J. Berri. 2015. "Sex and the Super Bowl." Time.com (January 31)

                       http://time.com/3690510/super-bowl-sex-porn-searches/

 

        6.            Berri, David J. 2014. "Exploitation is Everywhere in Men's College Basketball." Time.com (November 14)                                                http://time.com/3586037/exploitation-is-everywhere-in-mens-college-basketball/

 


       For a full list of Times.com articles, go to http://time.com/author/david-berri/

theAtlantic.com

        1.         Berri, David J. "American's Socialist Sports League: The NFL." theAtlantic.com (March 26,       2015).

                    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/03/americas-socialist-sports-league-thenfl/388330/

 

        2.         Berri, David J. "Why Top NBA Draft Picks So Often Disappoint: Managers seem to think that youth, points scored, and                              Final                     Four experience predict college players' pro performance. History tells a different                                                           story."  theAtlantic.com (June 25, 2014).

                   http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/06/why-do-top-nba-draft-picks-always disappoint/373338/

 

 

        3.         Berri, David J. "NFL Scouts Have No Clue How to Predict the Next Great Quarterback: Research indicates that the                                 factors that make college football players early-round draft picks are useless at predicting success in the                                                  NFL."  theAtlantic.com                       (May 8,2014)       

                 http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/05/nfl-scouts-have-no-clue-how-to-predict-the-

                 next-great- quarterback/361936/


        4.         Berri, David J. “Carmelo Anthony: Way Overrated.The star NBA foward isn't as valuable to the Knicks as their fans—or `                       their front office— think."theAtlantic.com (May 2, 2014).            

                    http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/05/carmelo-anthony-way-                     overrated/361528/

 

        5.         Berri, David J. “If We Paid NCAA Basketball Players What They’re Really Worth, This Is What They’d Earn: And Here’s a                         Cockamamie Plan to Get it for Them.” theAtlantic.com (March 21,2014).

                    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/03/if-we-paid-ncaa-basketball-players-what-theyre-really-worth

 

        6.         Berri, David J. “The Brooklyn Nets: How to Build a Disappointing NBA Team, Exhibit A.” theAtlantic.com 

                    (January 3, 2014).

                  www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/01/the-brooklyn-nets-how-to-build-a-disappointing-nba-team


        For a full list of theAtlantic.com articles, go to https://www.theatlantic.com/author/david-berri/

Vice Sports

1.           Berri, David. 2016. "Why Sports Cheerleaders and Dancers are Worth more than Minimum Wage."

              Vice Sports (June 8). https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/why-sports-cheerleaders-and-dancers-are-worth-more-than 



2.           Berri, David. 2016. "How the WNBA Compares to Other Sports Leagues at age 20" Vice Sports

              (May 13)

              https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/how-the-wnba-compares-to-other-sports-leagues-at-age-20

 



3.           Berri, David. 2015. "Kobe Bryant is an All-Time NBA Great, Unless You do the Math." Vice Sports(December 3)

              https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/kobe-bryant-is-an-all-time-nba-great-unless-you-do-the-math

 



4.           Berri, David. 2015. "Boogie Cousins' Real Feud is with Math." Vice Sports (November 19)

              https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/boogie-cousins-real-feud-is-with-math

 



5.           Berri, David J. 2015. "Basketball's Gender Wage Gap is Even Worse than You Think."        

              Vice Sports (August 12).

                   https://sports.vice.com/en_us/article/basketballs-gender-wage-gap-is-even-worse-than-you-think


      For a full list of Vice Sport articles, go to https://www.vice.com/en_us/contributor/david-berri


Freakonomics.com

      1.         Berri, David. 2013. "An Economist on the Oscars" (February 26)

            http://freakonomics.com/2013/02/26/an-economist-on-the-oscars/

 


2.            Berri, David. 2012. "Michael Jordan, the Bobcats, and Running the Lottery Treadmill" (June 5)

            http://freakonomics.com/2012/06/05/michael-jordan-the-bobcats-and-running-the-lottery-treadmill/



3.            Berri, David. 2012. "How the NBA Takes Money From People Who Don’t Like Basketball"(March 13)

           http://freakonomics.com/2012/03/13/how-the-nba-takes-money-from-people-who-don%e2%80%99t-like-basketball/

 


4.            Berri, David. 2012. "Ball Hogs and Long Meetings" (February 13)http://freakonomics.com/2012/02/13/ball-hogs-and-long

 


5.            Berri, David. 2011. "A Free Market Solution (from Europe) to the Labor Problems in North American Sports." (December 20)            http://freakonomics.com/2011/12/20/a-free-market-solution-from-europe-to-the-labor-problems-in-north-american-sports/

         

6.       Berri, David. 2011. "The Economic Battlefield of the NBA Lockout"  (November 21)                                                           http://freakonomics.com/2011/11/21/monopsony-vs-monopoly-the-economic-battlefield-of-the-nba-lockout/



      For a full list of Freakonomics.com articles, go to http://freakonomics.com/author/daveberri/

Huffington Post

1.          Berri, David. 2018. "Mark Cuban Is Wrong About Why WNBA Pay Is So Low." Huffington Post. (December 4)

             https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-mark-cuban-wnba-pay_us_5c05a726e4b0cd916faef969

 


2.          Berri, David J. 2017. "Parallel Universes and Our Perceptions of Tom Brady."  Huffington Post (February 7)

             http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/parallel-universes-and-our-perceptions-of-tom-brady_us_5899efc6e4b0c1284f2845d9

 


3.          Berri, David J. 2011. “Skepticism and Solutions to Imaginary Problems in the NBA,” Huffington Post (September 8)                             http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-berri/skepticism-and-solutions-_b_954524.html

 


4.          Berri, David J. 2011. “How Rich People Ask for More Money,” Huffington Post (August 24) 

             http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-berri/nba-salary_b_935882.html

 


5.          Berri, David J. 2010. “Why Cam Newton Should Be Unhappy with His Father,” Huffington Post (December 12)                                     http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-berri/why-cam-newton-should-be_b_795550.html

 


     6.         Berri, David J. 2010. “Why Macroeconomists -- and Some Politicians -- Should Watch Sports,” Huffington Post 
                 (July 29)                       


     For a full list of Huffington Post articles, go to https://www.huffpost.com/author/david-berri

New York Times

     1.         Berri, David J. “The N.B.A. Secret Superstars” invited op-ed for The New York Times (June 10, 2006).                                 http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/10/opinion/10berri.html

      2.         Berri, David J. “To Get a Grip on Turnovers, Follow the Bouncing Ball.” Keeping Score Column

                  for The New York Times (September 10, 2006).

                   http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/10/sports/football/10score.html


        3.         Berri, David J. “Star Power Can Leave Home Fans with Empty Feeling.” Keeping Score Column            \

                    for The New York Times (February 18, 2007).

                    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/02/18/sports/basketball/18score.html


        4.         Berri, David J. “The Short Supply of Competitive Balance.” Keeping Score Column for The New York Times

                    (May 6, 2007).

                    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/06/sports/basketball/06score.html


        5.         Berri, David J. “ Do Pretty-Boy Quarterbacks Make More Money?” The New York Times:

                    Play Magazine (September 14, 2008).

                    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/14/sports/playmagazine/0914play-FBALL-QBS.html



       For a full list of New York Time articles, go to http://wagesofwins.com/2007/09/19/the-new-york-times-ends-timesselect
  

Writing for other popular media

1.         Berri, David. 2019. "The WNBA's Orchard Needs More Investment to Bear Fruit in the Future."

            WNBA Insider (April 23)

            https://www.wnbainsidr.com/insidr/the-wnbas-orchard-needs-more-investment-to-bear-fruit-in-the-future

 


   2.         Berri, David. 2019. "NCAA Softball Is Now A Revenue Sport... Really." 

               Softball America

               (February 7)

               https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/ncaa-softball-is-now-a-revenue-sport/

 


3.         Berri, David. 2018. "Maybe It Is Time The WNBA Told People It Is Successful."

            WNBA Insider (December 31)

            https://www.wnbainsidr.com/insidr/maybe-it-is-time-the-wnba-told-people-it-is-successful


4.         Adshade, Marina and David J. Berri. 2015. "Men, elections, porn, the Super Bowl: The lasting effects of testosterone." 

            The Globe and Mail.(February 23).

            http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/men-elections-porn-the-super-bowl-the-lasting-effects-                                           of- testosterone/article23151152/


 

5.         Berri, David J. 2015 "Why Statistical Analysis Makes Sports Fans Unhappy"

            Crooked Scoreboard. (January 28) 

            http://www.crookedscoreboard.com/2015/01/why-statistical-analysis-makes-sports-fans-unhappy-by-david-berri.html