Jozsa, Frank P., Jr. 1941–

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Jozsa, Frank P., Jr. 1941–

PERSONAL: Born September 12, 1941, in Terre Haute, IN. Education: Indiana State University, B.S., 1963, M.S., 1972; Butler University, M.B.A., 1971; Georgia State University, Ph.D., 1977.

ADDRESSES: Home—1062 Woodlake Lane, Fort Mill, SC 29708.

CAREER: Writer. Fort Motor Company, Dearborn, MI, buyer, 1968–69; Indiana National Bank, Indianapolis, profit planning analyst, 1969–71; ITT Educational Service, Indianapolis, budget analyst, 1971; University of Maryland, instructor of economics and business, 1975–76; Clemson University, SC, instructor of economics, 1976–77; Kennesaw College, GA, assistant professor of economics, 1977–78; Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, FL, assistant professor of economics, 1978–80; Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Dayton Beach, FL, assistant professor of management and finance, 1980–84; Allentown College, Allentown, PA, assistant professor of economics, 1984–91; Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer and Charlotte, NC, associate professor of economics and business, 1991–.


(With John J. Guthrie, Jr.) Relocating Teams and Expanding Leagues in Professional Sports: How the Major Leagues Respond to Market Conditions, Quorum Books (Westport, CT), 1999.

American Sports Empire: How the Leagues Breed Success, Praeger (Westport, CT), 2003.

Sports Capitalism: The Foreign Business of American Professional Leagues, Ashgate (Burlington, VT), 2004.

Contributor of articles to periodicals, including Carolina Journal, Healthcare Journal, Athletic Business, Business Journal, Organizational Development Journal, Florida Runner, and American Statistical Association Proceedings. Also contributor of book reviews to Wall Street Review of Books.