Your post is all nerd-talk and text books
Did you not read my post?
All i did was relate the furniture insudtry to the basketball industry. It's hardly rocket science champ. If that's too deep for you, i suggest you ask your year 3 teacher for some extra tutoring.
(#121636) - don't confuse my posts with the self proclaimed god/economics. That smoking graph you'd like to draw would be incorrect, the graph representing smoking and taxing would be showing the elastisity of the product. Nice try though.
The fact remains it has been proven that clubs who allocate their recources effiently, effectively and innovatively and who look seek out and employ best practice rise above the crowd
Your partly right. But understand that not all clubs receive the same resources, and this isn't through their own doing. Sure some resources are gained through the club, but not all. There are constraints put on some clubs and not others. This is the un-even playing field. So while two clubs may work equally hard, and efficiently, other factors, such as contraints and resources simply don't allow the same level of results.
a few years ago in Development funding; certain clubs abused these hand outs
No one's disputing that, but as you'd admitted the management has changed some, so while some clubs are digging out of a hole, other a climbing a mountain of success. That was a while ago, and should be your only reason for trying to keep other clubs down.
Regardless of what market structure you want to apply to the BASA district competition, some clubs have an inability to prosper because they dont know how to manage their recources effectively
Sure. But at least BSA should provide all clubs with a chance!