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Stacey L. Brook

Lecturer


Economics
W348  John Pappajohn Bus Bldg
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1994
Ph: 319-335-1010
Fax: 319-335-1956
E-mail: stacey-brook@uiowa.edu

Academic History

  • PhD in Economics, Colorado State University, 1995
  • MA in Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1991
  • BBA in Economics and Business Administration, Eastern New Mexico University, 1989

Expertise

  • Sports Economics

    Selected Publications

    • From College to the Pros: Predicting the NBA Amateur Player Draft, David J. Berri, Stacey L. Brook, Aju Fenn, Journal of Productivity Analysis, vol 35, 2011, 25-35
    • NCAA Basketball Coaches Compensation, Stacey L. Brook, Sarah Foster, International Journal of Sports Finance, vol 5, 2010, 96-106
    • On the Evaluation of the “Most Important” Position in Professional Sports, David J. Berri, Stacey L. Brook, Journal of Sports Economics, vol 11, 2010, 157-171
    • Market Power in the National Football League, Stacey L. Brook, Aju Fenn, International Journal of Sports Finance, vol 3, 2008, 239-244
    • Does One Simply Need to Score to Score?, David J. Berri, Stacey L. Brook, Martin B. Schmidt, International Journal of Sports Finance, vol 2, 2007, 190-205
    • The Wages of Wins: Taking Measure of the Many Myths in Modern Sport, David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt, Stacey L. Brook, Stanford Business Books, 2006
    • Evaluating Inelastic Ticket Pricing Models, Stacey L. Brook, International Journal of Sports Finance, vol 1, 2006, 140-150
    • The Short Supply of Tall People: Competitive Imbalance in the National Basketball Association, David J. Berri, Stacey L. Brook, Bernd Frick, Aju Fenn, Roberto Vicente-Mayoral, Journal of Economic Issues, vol 39, 2005, 1029-1041
    • Is the Dorfman-Steiner Advertising Rule Always Optimal?, Stacey L. Brook, The American Economist, vol 49, 2005, 75-77
    • The Influence of Structural Changes and International Players on Competitive Balance in the NHL, Aju Fenn, Peter von Allmen, Stacey L. Brook, Tom Priessing, Atlantic Economic Journal, vol 33, 2005, 215-224
    • What Do Sports Teams Produce?, Stacey L. Brook, Journal of Economic Issues, vol 39, 2005, 792-797
    • Stars at the Gate: The Impact of Star Power on NBA Gate Revenues, David J. Berri, Martin B. Schmidt, Stacey L. Brook, Journal of Sports Economics, vol 5, 2004, 33-50

              Current & Prior Positions

              • Lecturer, Department of Economics, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, August 2008 - Present
              • Associate Professor of Economics, Vucurevich School of Business, University of Sioux Falls, 2003 - 2008
              • Director of MBA Program, Vucurevich School of Business, University of Sioux Falls, 2001 - 2005
              • Assistant Professor of Economics, Vucurevich School of Business, University of Sioux Falls, 1997 - 2003
              • Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Clarkson University, 1996 - 1997
              • Temporary Instructor of Economics, Colorado State University, 1993 - 1995
              • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1990 - 1992

                  Presentations

                  • Modeling the NCAA Harris Poll Voters, Western Economic Association, WEAI, Seattle, WA, July 2013
                  • A Model of NCAA Football Harris Poll Voting, Illinois Economic Association, Chicago IL, October 2012
                  • The NFL Payroll Cost Function and Collective Bargaining, Illinois Economic Association, Chicago IL, October 2011
                  • Who is the Best NCAA Football Team?: A Production Model for the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, Western Economic Association, WEAI, San Diego, CA, July 2011
                  • Who is the Best NCAA Football Team?: A Production Model for the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, North Central Regional Mathematics Conference, North Central Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Sioux Falls, SD, October 2010
                  • Who is the Best NCAA Football Team?: A Production Model for the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision, Illinois Economic Association, Chicago IL, October 2010
                  • Invitation to the Big Dance: NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Selection, Western Economics Association, North American Association of Sports Economists, Portland, OR, July 2010
                  • Invitation to the Big Dance: NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Selection, Illinois Economics Association, Illinois Economics Association, Chicago, Illinois, October 2009
                  • Moneypuck: On the Evaluation of Goalies in the National Hockey League, Western Economic Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, June 2009
                  • Gender Compensation Differences among NCAA Basketball Coaches, Western Economic Association, Honolulu HA, June 2008

                    Committees and Professional Service

                    • North American Association of Sports Economists, 2007-current