Selected Books

Selected Books and Published Monographs – Dr. John Crompton

  • John L. Crompton (2016). Pricing Recreation and Park Services: The Science and the Art. Urbana, Illinois : Sagamore Publishing, [2016]. xv, 335 pp. (Table of Contents and Preface)
  • John L. Crompton (2014). Sponsorship for Sport Managers. Morgantown, West Virginia: FiT Publishing. (Detailed Table of Contents)
  • Dennis R. Howard and John L. Crompton (2014). Financing Sport. Morgantown, West Virginia: Fitness Information Technology. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (2013). A Memoir: College Station City Council 2007-2011. College Station, Texas: Self-published. (Table of Contents and Preface)
  • John L. Crompton (2010). Parkland Dedication Ordinances in Texas: A Missed Opportunity. College Station, Texas: Agrilife Extension. (Full Text)
  • John L. Crompton (2010). Measuring the Economic Impact of Parks and Recreation Services. Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association. (Full Text)
  • John L. Crompton (2008). Twentieth Century Champions of Parks and Conservation: Recipients of the Pugsley Medal 1965-2007. Urbana, Illinois: Sagamore. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (2007). Community Benefits and Repositioning: The Keys to Park and Recreation’s Future Viability. Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association. (Table of Contents) (Full Text)
  • John L. Crompton (2006). Twentieth Century Champions of Parks and Conservation: Recipients of the Pugsley Medal 1928-1964. Urbana, Illinois: Sagamore, 278 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (2004). The Proximate Principle: The Impact of Parks, Open Space and Water Features on Residential Property Values and the Property Tax Base (Second Edition). Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, 187pp. (Full Text)
  • Dennis R. Howard & John L. Crompton (2004). Financing Sport (Second Edition). Morgantown, West Virginia: Fitness Information Technology, 607 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • Peter A. Witt & John L. Crompton (2002). Best Practices in Youth Development in Public Park and Recreation Settings. Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, 238 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (2001). Parks and Economic Development. Chicago, Illinois: American Planning Association, 76 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (2000). The Impact of Parks and Open Space on Property Values and the Property Tax Base. Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, 114 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (1999). Financing and Acquiring Park and Recreation Resources. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 534 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton (1999). Measuring the Economic Impact of Visitors to Sports Tournaments and Special Events. Ashburn, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, 87 pp. (Full Text)
  • Peter A. Witt & John L. Crompton (1996). Recreation Programs that Work for At-Risk Youth: The Challenges of Shaping the Future. State College, Pennsylvania: Venture Publishing, 357 pp. An Abridged Edition of this book was also published under a different title: Recreation in High Risk Environments: Programs that Work. Arlington, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association, 1996, 107 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • Dennis R. Howard & John L. Crompton (1995). Financing Sport. Morgantown, West Virginia: Fitness Information Technology, 411 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton & Charles W. Lamb (1991). Marketing Public Amenity Services. Osaka-Shi, Japan: Yuji Sozo Corp., 460 pp. (Published in Japanese)
  • John L. Crompton (1987). Doing More With Less In the Delivery of Recreation and Park Services: A Book of Cases. State College, Pennsylvania: Venture Publishing Inc., 200 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • John L. Crompton & Charles W. Lamb. (1986). Marketing Government and Social Services. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 485 pp. (Table of Contents)
  • Dennis R. Howard & John L. Crompton (1980). Financing, Managing and Marketing Recreation and Park Resources. Dubuque, Iowa: William Brown Co., 490 pp. (Table of Contents)

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