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Even at Elite Programs, Ticket Prices for Women's Basketball Lag Behind Men's, Report Says

The Chronicle of Higher Education
Libby Sander
October 5, 2009

A new paper by Laura Pappano and Allison J. Tracy discusses the disparity in ticket pricing for men's and women's Division I NCAA basketball games, and cites gender bias rather than solely economic factors as a reason. Schools that charge less for admission to highly ranked women's games are engaging in "institutional discrimination that is camouflaged as sensible economic practice." Read article.

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