The Case of Professional Baseball in the United States and Japan
Chapter 10: Globalization and the framework for a new global player transfer system in baseball
Despite the significant globalization of the labour market in professional baseball over the past 30 years, the regulation of the international movement of labour in professional baseball takes place in an ad hoc fashion. There is no global system. Instead, individual leagues deal with the challenges of globalization in a piecemeal way, typically in response to their own perceived needs.
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