Comparing management performance of Belgian football clubs
In: Zur Ökonomik von Spitzenleistungen im internationalen Sport
In this empirical exercise, we try to compare the management performances of 13 Belgian first-division football clubs, based on a limited panel data set over the last 8 seasons. A simple model is constructed and the estimation of its reduced form can reveal something about the relative performances in terms of the clubs’ general management. By estimating the structural-form equations, we also try to decompose this general management performance into more specific management qualities.
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