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Fixing im deutschen Fußball: Eine empirische Analyse mittels der Randomized-Response-Technik

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  • Pitsch, Werner

    () (Universität des Saarlandes)

  • Emrich, Eike

    () (Universität des Saarlandes)

  • Pierdzioch , Christian

    () (Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg)

Abstract

Auf der Basis einer internetbasierten Umfrage wurde die Prävalenz von Wettbewerbsverzerrungen im deutschen Fußball untersucht. Aufgrund der sensitiven Fragestellungen wurde die Randomized Response Technik eingesetzt, um Verzerrungen im Antwortverhalten zu reduzieren. Die Ergebnisse der Umfrage zeigen, dass ein beträchtlicher Anteil von Fußballspielern in Deutschland bereits aktiv oder passiv mit Wettbewerbsverzerrungen konfrontiert wurde.

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  • Pitsch, Werner & Emrich, Eike & Pierdzioch , Christian, 2012. "Fixing im deutschen Fußball: Eine empirische Analyse mittels der Randomized-Response-Technik," Working Paper 120/2012, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:vhsuwp:2012_120
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    Keywords

    Fußball; Wettbewerbsverzerrungen; Umfragestudie; Randomized Response Technik;

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    • D84 - Microeconomics - - Information, Knowledge, and Uncertainty - - - Expectations; Speculations

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