How to account for changes in the size of Sports Leagues? The Iso Competitive Balance Curves
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- Jean-Pascal Gayant & Nicolas Le Pape, 2012. "How to account for changes in the size of Sports Leagues: The Iso Competitive Balance Curves," Working Papers halshs-00856122, HAL.
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- Jean-Pascal Gayant & Nicolas Le Pape, 2012. "How to account for changes in the size of Sports Leagues:The Iso Competitive Balance Curves," TEPP Working Paper 2012-02, TEPP.
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