Colin William Weaver has been alive since autumn of 1991, fascinated by sports since the summer of 1995, in love with economics since autumn of 2006, a B.A. economics graduate of the University of Chicago since the summer of 2013, a sport management student at the University of San Francisco since the summer of 2014, a research assistant at OSKR, LLC since autumn of 2014, and an intern at USA Marketing since the winter of 2014. It is widely accepted that 2014 was a rather good year for Colin, as he began his transition from a kid who once took an Economics of Sports class to a young adult who receives a paycheck to think about, analyze, and communicate economic arguments in the sports business. (And goodness, does he ever have a lot to learn.)
This blog presents his own thoughts and opinions, which in turn frequently reference others who are smarter and more experienced than he is, and which focus on the intersection between sports, economics, management, and strategy.
Before beginning graduate school and his current jobs, Colin posted regularly five days a week. Now Colin posts most days by about 9 or 10, occasionally as early as 7, and sometimes as late as 12 or 1. He stops around 5:30 or 6, occasionally about 4 or 5, and sometimes as late as midnight, or later. On some days he doesn’t post at all, but lately he’s been posting a lot, unless he hasn’t been.
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