Every summer, a large number of the

world's sports economists meet for a

conference in a major city in the western

United States. If the schedule permits, the

economists always try to go to a local

sporting event, such as a MLB, MLS, or

National Women's Soccer League (NWSL)

game while they are there. Should the

economists spending at these events count

as economic impact for the city? Why or

why not? Be specific and provide your own examples and opinions.

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