Every summer, a large number of the world’s sports economistsmeet for a conference in a major city..

Every summer, a large number of the world’s sports economistsmeet for a conference in a major city in the western United States.If the schedule permits, the economists always try to go to a localsporting event, such as a MLB, MLS, or National Women’s SoccerLeague (NWSL) game while they are there. Should the economists’spending at these events count as economic impact for the city? Whyor why not?