Curriculum Vitae

Books

Berri, David J. Sports Economics Worth Publishers/Macmillan Education. (New York, New York). Publication Date: May 2018

Berri, David J. and Martin B. Schmidt. 2010 Stumbling on Wins: Two Economists Explore the Pitfalls on the Road to Victory in Professional Sports. Financial Times Press (Princeton, N.J.)

Berri, David J., Martin B. Schmidt, and Stacey L. Brook. 2006. The Wages of Wins: Taking Measure of the Many Myths in Modern Sport. Stanford University Press.

Publications

49. Greer, Tiffany, Joshua Price, and David Berri. (2019) "Jumping in the Pool: What Determines Which Players the NBA Considers in the NBA Draft?" International Journal of Sport Finance. (February): 

48. Holmes, Paul, Rob Simmons, and David Berri (2018). "Moneyball and the baseball players’ labor market." International Journal of Sport Finance. 13, 2. (May): 141-155. 

47. Fenn, Aju and David Berri (2018). "Drafting a Successful Wide Receiver in the NFL -- Hail Mary?" International Journal of Sport Finance. 13, 1. (February): 18-33. 

46. Darvin, Lindsey, Pegoraro, Ann and David Berri (2018). “Are Men Better Leaders? An Investigation of Head Coaches’ Gender and Individual Players’ Performance in Amateur and Professional Women’s Basketball.” Sex Roles. 78. (April): 455-466. 
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11199-017-0815-2 Note: Sex Roles is the number one journal in Women Studies 

45. Harris, Jill and David Berri (2016). "If You Can't Pay Them, Play Them: Fan Preference and Own-Race Bias in the WNBA." International Journal of Sport Finance. 11, (August): 163-180

44. Harris, Jill and David Berri. (2015) "Predicting the WNBA Draft: What Matters Most From College Performance", International Journal of Sport Finance. 10, (November): 299-309 

43. Berri, David J., Christian Deutscher, and Arturo Galletti. (2015) "Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball." for special issue of National Institute Economic Review: May. R41-R50. 

42. Berri, David J. (2015) “Think You Know Basketball? You Need to Know the Numbers to Know the Game” for first issue of Sports & Entertainment Review: v1, n1: 6-13. 

41. Berri, David J., Michael Leeds, Peter von Allmen. (2015) "Salary Determination in the Presence of Fixed Revenues."International Journal of Sport Finance, (February). 5-25 

40. Berri, David J., Jennifer Van Gilder, and Aju Fenn. (2014) “Is the Sports Media Color-blind?” International Journal of Sport Finance, 9: 130-148. 

39. Berri, David J. and Martin Schmidt. (2013). “On the Evaluation of Kickers in the National Football League.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 8: 263-278 

38. Berri, David J. (2012) “Did the Players Give Up Money to Make the NBA Better? Exploring the 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement in the National Basketball Association.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 7: 158-175. 

37. Berri, David J., Rob Simmons, Jennifer Van Gilder, and Lisle O’Neill. (2011) “What does it mean to find the Face of the Franchise? Physical Attractiveness and the Evaluation of Athletic Performance.” Economics Letters.111: 200-202. 

36. Simmons, Rob and David J. Berri (2011). “Mixing the Princes and the Paupers: Pay and Performance in the National Basketball Association.” Labour Economics. 18, n3; (June). 381- 388 

35. Robst, John, Jennifer VanGilder, Corrine Coates, and David J. Berri. (2011). “Skin Tone and Wages: Evidence from NBA Free Agents” Journal of Sports Economics. 12, n2; (April). 143- 156-388. 

34. Robst, John, Jennifer Van Gilder, David J. Berri, and Coby Vance. (2011) “Defense Wins Championships? The Answer from the Gridiron.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 5: 296-313 

33. Berri, David J., Stacey L. Brook, and Aju Fenn (2011). “From College to the Pros: Predicting the NBA Amateur Player Draft.”Journal of Productivity Analysis, 35, n1: 25-35, February. On-line citation: DOI 10.1007/s11123-010-0187-x. 

32. Berri, David J. and Rob Simmons. (2011) “Catching a Draft: On the Process of Selecting Quarterbacks in the National Football League Amateur Draft.”Journal of Productivity Analysis, 35, n1: 37-49, February. On-line citation: DOI 10.1007/s11123-009-0154-6. 

31. Price, Joseph, Brian Soebbing, David Berri, Brad Humphreys (2010). “Tournament Incentives, League Policy, and NBA Team Performance Revisited.” Journal of Sports Economics. 11, n2; (April). 117-135

30. Berri, David J. and Stacey Brook (2010). “On the Evaluation of the “Most Important” Position in Professional Sports.” Journal of Sports Economics. 11, n2; (April): 157-171. 

29. Berri, David J. and J.C. Bradbury (2010). “Working in the Land of Metricians.” Journal of Sports Economics, 11, n1; (February): 29-47. 

28. Krautmann, Anthony, Peter Von Allmen, and David J. Berri. (2009) “The Underpayment of Restricted Players in North American Sports Leagues.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 4, n3; (August): 155-169. 

27. Berri, David J., Michael Leeds, Eva Marikova Leeds, and Michael Mondello (2009).”The Role of Managers in Team Performance.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 4, n2; (May): 75-93. 

26. Simmons, Rob and David J. Berri. (2009) “Does it Always Pay to Specialize? The Story from the Gridiron.” Review of Industrial Organization, 34, n1; (February): 81-98. 

25. Berri, David J. and Rob Simmons. (2009). “Race and the Evaluation of Signal Callers in the National Football League.” Journal of Sports Economics, 10, n1; (February): 23-43 

24. Fort, Rodney, Young Hoon, Lee, and David J. Berri. (2008) “Race and Coaching Efficiency in the NBA.” International Journal of Sport Finance, 3, n2; (May): 84-96.
 
23. Lee, Young Hoon and David J. Berri. (2008) “A Re-Examination of Production Functions and Efficiency Estimates for the National Basketball Association.” Scottish Journal of Political Economy,55, n1; (February): 51-6 

22. Berri, David J., Stacey L. Brook, and Martin B. Schmidt. (2007) “Does One Simply Need to Score to Score?”International Journal of Sport Finance, 2, n4; (November): 190-205. 

21. Krautmann, Anthony and David J. Berri. (2007). “Can We Find It at the Concessions? Understanding Price Elasticity in Professional Sports.” Journal of Sports Economics,8, n2; 

20. Berri, David J., and Martin B. Schmidt. (2006). “On the Road with the National Basketball Association’s Superstar Externality.”Journal of Sports Economics,7, n4; (November): 347-358. 

19. Berri, David J., and Anthony Krautmann. (2006). "Shirking on the Court: Testing for the DisIncentive Effects of Guaranteed Pay." Economic Inquiry. 44, n3; (July): 536-546. 

18. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri.(2006) “What Takes Them Out to the Ball Game?” Journal of Sports Economics, 7, n2; (May): 222-233. 

17. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri.(2005) “Concentration of Playing Talent: Evolution in Major League Baseball.” Journal of Sports Economics, 6, n4; (November): 412-419. 

16. Berri, David J., Stacey L. Brook, Aju Fenn, Bernd Frick, and Roberto Vicente-Mayoral. (2005). “The Short Supply of Tall People: Explaining Competitive Imbalance in the National Basketball Association.” Journal of Economics Issues, v39, n4; (December): 1029-1041. 

15. Berri, David J. and Erick Eschker.(2005). “Performance When It Counts? The Myth of the Prime-Time Performer in the NBA.”Journal of Economics Issues, v39, n3; (September): 798- 807.

14. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri.(2004). “Another Look at Competition: A Regime Switching Approach.” Applied Economics, 36: 2453-2460. 

13. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri.(2004). “Convergence and Clustering in Major League Baseball: The Haves and Haves Not?” Applied Economics, 36: 2007-2014. 

12. Berri, David J. and Todd Jewell. (2004). “Wage Inequality and Firm Performance: Examining a Natural Experiment from Professional Basketball.” Atlantic Economic Journal, 32, n2; June: 130-139. 

11. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri.(2004). “The Impact of Labor Strikes on Consumer Demand: An Application to Professional Sports.” American Economic Review, 94, n.1: March: 344-357. 

10. Berri, David J., Martin B. Schmidt, and Stacey L. Brook.(2004). “Stars At The Gate: The Impact of Star Power on NBA Gate Revenues” Journal of Sports Economics, 5, n1; February: 33-50. 

9. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri. (2003). “On the Evolution of Competitive Balance: The Impact of an Increasing Global Search.” Economic Inquiry, 41, n4; October: 692-704. 

8. Cutler, Harvey, David J. Berri and Terutomo Ozawa. (2003). “Market Recycling in LaborIntensive Goods, Flying-Geese Style: An Empirical Analysis of East Asian Exports to the U.S.” Journal of Asian Economics 14, n1; February: 35-50. 

7. Berri, David J. and Martin B. Schmidt. (2002). “Instrumental vs. Bounded Rationality: The Case of Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association.” Journal of SocioEconomics (formerly the Journal of Behavioral Economics), 31, n3; 191-214. 

6. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri. (2002). “Competitive Balance and Market Size in Major League Baseball: A Response to Baseball’s Blue Ribbon Panel.” Review of Industrial Organization, 21, n1; August: 41-54. 

5. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri. (2002). “The Impact of the 1981 and 1994-95 Strikes on Major League Baseball Attendance: A Time-Series Analysis.” Applied Economics, 34, n4; March: 471-478. 

4. Schmidt, Martin B. and David J. Berri. (2001). “Competitive Balance and Attendance: The Case of Major League Baseball.” Journal of Sports Economics,2, n2; May:145-167. 

3. Berri, David J. and Christopher R. Adams. (2000). “The Social and Economic Impact of Weather Information: A Case Study of the Surface Transportation Industries”;Regional Business Review, 19; May: 13-31. 

2. Berri, David J. (1999). “Who is Most Valuable? Measuring the Player’s Production of Wins in the National Basketball Association.”Managerial and Decision Economics, 20, n8; Fall: 411- 427. 

1. Berri, David J. and Terutomo Ozawa.(1997). "Pax Americana and Asian Exports: Revealed Trends of Comparative Advantage Recycling." The International Trade Journal 11, n1; Spring: 39-67.