Assessing the impact of NCAA scandals: an exploratory analysis

@inproceedings{Hughes2008AssessingTI,
  title={Assessing the impact of NCAA scandals: an exploratory analysis},
  author={Stephanie Hughes and Matthew D. Shank},
  year={2008}
}
This article studies the impact of athletic scandals in higher education by examining changes in key variables including overall enrolment, number of freshman applications, overall charitable contributions, alumni charitable athletic contributions and corporate charitable athletic contributions. This exploratory study involved a case analysis of 15 universities covering an 8-year period that had been placed on NCAA probation for infractions involving their men's basketball and football… CONTINUE READING

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