Raymond SauerProfessor of Economics
Office: 228 Sirrine Hall
Personal Website: http://hubcap.clemson.edu/~sauerr
Economic Theory of Government Regulation
ProfileRaymond Sauer is Professor of Economics and Chair of The John E. Walker Department of Economics at Clemson University. He has previously served on the faculties of the University of New Mexico, Stanford, and the University of Louisville. His research interests are wide-ranging, including the economics of regulation, financial market efficiency, and the organization of markets in general. His papers have been published in leading journals such as the American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Literature, Journal of Finance, and Journal of Political Economy. He is the founder of The Sports Economist, a popular multi-author weblog which focuses on economic aspects of sport, and was elected President of the North American Association of Sports Economists in June 2011.
Industrial Organization, Regulation, Sports
"The Progress of the Betting in a Baseball Game," Public Choice, 2011
"How Best to Realign Major League Baseball: A Freakonomics Quorum," Freakonomics
Blog, August 1, 2011.
"A Historical Tradition," in The Public Use of Gambling Revenue in Hard Times, Room for Debate Symposium, New York Times, July 29, 2010.
“Sport, the State, and the Market,” Occasional Paper No. 49, Liberal Institute, Friedrich-
Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit, Potsdam, 2008.
“The Moneyball Anomaly and Payroll Efficiency: A Further Investigation,”
International Journal of Sports Finance, November 2007, with Jahn Hakes.
"An Economic Evaluation of the Moneyball Hypothesis," Journal of Economic
Perspectives, August 2006, with Jahn Hakes.