I have taken a short break (as I am wont to do from time-to-time) to focus on some research. I am happy to now announce the fruit of this labour:
First, "Doping in Sports: A Compliance Conundrum" has been included as a chapter in the textbook The Cambridge Handbook of Compliance. It is chapter 65 of 69, which leads me to believe they followed the age-old adage, 'save your best for [almost] last.' (I will update the link with a version of the text if/when I can find one).
Second, "Stadium Giveaway Promotions: How Many Items to Give and the Impact on Ticket Sales in Live Sports" has been published (online) at the Journal of Sport Management. Avid readers will find it takes a familiar spin on the bobblehead topic I have been taking about ad nauseum.
Thank you for all your support and stayed tuned for more research updates and (most importantly) future posts on Sports and Economics (in that order).