¿Puede el Diseño de un Torneo Deportivo Afectar su Asistencia?
Tournament design variables -such as the number of teams and matches - affect attendance. This paper provides evidence of how design variables have affected attendance in the Chilean football league. We estimate the annual demand for stadium tickets with
Volume (Year): 44 (2007)
Issue (Month): 129 ()
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