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The Econometrics of Sport

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  • Plácido Rodríguez
  • Stefan Késenne
  • Jaume García

Abstract

The study of sport in the economy presents a rich arena for the application of sharply focused microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics to both team and individual outcomes. This unique book offers a survey of recent research that follows the tradition of empirical and theoretical analysis of sport economics and econometrics.

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  • Plácido Rodríguez & Stefan Késenne & Jaume García (ed.), 2013. "The Econometrics of Sport," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14811.
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