Publication: Broadcasting La Liga
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We study the allocation of revenues raised from the collective sale of broadcasting rights for the Spanish Football League (La Liga), which is strongly regulated by the Spanish government since 2015. The allocation process is decomposed in four dimensions: lower bounds, sport performance, economic performance, and broadcasting performance. For each dimension, we compare the allocation suggested by La Liga with other alternatives grounded on the fair allocation literature. Based on our analysis, we argue that the allocation process implemented by La Liga could be modified in meaningful ways, while still obeying regulation measures.
Sports Economics Review Volume 1, March 2023, 100005