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Behavioral Economics and Antitrust  

Mark Armstrong and Steffen Huck

Print publication date:
Dec 2014
Online publication date:
Apr 2015
This survey chapter discusses nonstandard, or “behavioral,” approaches to firm behavior. It presents evidence that firms (or experimental subjects playing the role of firms) sometimes ... More

Contest Theory and its Applications in Sports  

Helmut Dietl, Egon Franck, Martin Grossmann, and Markus Lang

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May 2012
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article describes how the theory of contests is applied to professional team sports leagues. It presents the traditional Tullock contest and explains some basic properties of the ... More

Event Analysis  

Eva Marikova Leeds and Michael A. Leeds

Print publication date:
May 2012
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article investigates the theory and application of event studies in sports. It briefly explains what event analysis is, when it is appropriate, and what it does. It also presents a ... More

Experimental Economics in Antitrust  

Hans-Theo Normann and Wieland Muller

Print publication date:
Dec 2014
Online publication date:
Apr 2015
This chapter assesses the scope and the specific contribution of laboratory experiments for antitrust. It reviews experiments that have addressed specific antitrust issues, problems, and ... More

Frontier Models and Their Application to the Sports Industry  

Young Hoon Lee

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May 2012
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article presents an extensive discussion of stochastic frontier “effects” models, which analyze factors influencing efficiency. The recent literature on team sports efficiency is also ... More

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