Measuring Economic Impact at a Professional Golf Tournament

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Jeffrey A. Graham, Robin L. Hardin & James Bemiller

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    Jeffrey Graham is an assistant professor in sport management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Graham's research interests center on the interactions between family and sport. His broader research questions examine how families approach working and parenting in sport. More specifically, his research looks at how coaches balance their work and family roles as well as at the involvement of parents in youth sport organizations. This research fits under the broader umbrella of human resource management and organizational behavior, but also addresses broader cultural issues about changes in fathering expectations, family functionality, youth development, and college and youth sport policies. As additional research interests, Graham has done work looking at financial aspects of sport, as well as environmental sustainability in the sport industry.

    Robin Hardin is a professor of sport management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Dr. Hardin has more than fifty refereed publications in the profession's top journals including the Journal of Applied Sport Management, Journal of Sports Media, International Journal of Sport Management, Journal of Contemporary Athletics, International Journal of Sport Communication, Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, Sport Management Education Journal, Sport Marketing Quarterly, and American Journalism. He also has made more than 100 scholarly presentations.

    Jim Bemiller teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in sport law and sport governance at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Primary research interests include negligence and risk management is sport settings, gender equity and constitutional issues in sport. He earned his BS Ed from Miami University (Ohio) in 1985, and MS Ed (1987) and JD (1993) from the University of Tennessee.

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