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Daniel Joseph Larson

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First Name:Daniel
Middle Name:Joseph
Last Name:Larson
RePEc Short-ID:pla598
Terminal Degree:2011 (from RePEc Genealogy)


University of Oklahoma- Department of Health and Exercise Science
Norman, OK

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  1. Joel G. Maxcy & Daniel J. Larson, 2015. "Reversal of Fortune or Glaring Misallocation: Is a New Football Stadium Worth the Cost to a University?," International Journal of Sport Finance, Fitness Information Technology, vol. 10(1), pages 62-86, February.
  2. Daniel Larson & Joel Maxcy, 2011. "Why the Master? Human Capital Development for Practicing U.S. Cycling Coaches," International Journal of Sport Finance, Fitness Information Technology, vol. 6(3), pages 265-280, August.


  1. Daam Van Reeth & Daniel Joseph Larson (ed.), 2016. "The Economics of Professional Road Cycling," Sports Economics, Management and Policy, Springer, edition 1, number 978-3-319-22312-4, October.

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