Searching For Positive Returns At The Track: A Multinomial Logit Model For Handicapping Horse Races
In: Efficiency Of Racetrack Betting Markets
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- Ruth N. Bolton & Randall G. Chapman, 1986. "Searching for Positive Returns at the Track: A Multinomial Logit Model for Handicapping Horse Races," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 32(8), pages 1040-1060, August.
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KeywordsRacetrack Efficiency; Racetrack Betting Market; Racetrack Betting; Win Market; Finance;
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