His primary areas of study are Football, Econometrics, Ordered probit, Competition and Profit. John Goddard does research in Football, focusing on Home advantage specifically. John Goddard usually deals with Econometrics and limits it to topics linked to Statistics and Manufacturing firms and Gibrat's law.
His Ordered probit research includes themes of Regression analysis, Marketing and Variance. John Goddard combines subjects such as Panel analysis, Profitability index, Monetary economics and Macroeconomics with his study of Profit. The various areas that he examines in his Monetary economics study include Tertiary sector of the economy, Market share and Diversification, Portfolio.
John Goddard mainly focuses on Football, Econometrics, Financial system, Microeconomics and Demographic economics. His Football research integrates issues from Advertising and Operations research. His work deals with themes such as Sample, Monte Carlo method, Statistics and Estimator, which intersect with Econometrics.
His study in Financial system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Financial crisis and Finance. The Microeconomics study which covers Revenue that intersects with Competition, Labour economics and Marketing. His studies deal with areas such as Variables, Racism, Credit union, Position and Attendance as well as Demographic economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Econometrics, Football, Financial system, Monetary economics and Management. John Goddard interconnects Estimator and Monte Carlo method in the investigation of issues within Econometrics. His Football research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in CONTEST, Unit of observation and Negotiation.
His research investigates the connection between CONTEST and topics such as Actuarial science that intersect with issues in Market liquidity. His Financial system study combines topics in areas such as Corporate governance, Financial crisis and Financial services. His work on Currency as part of his general Monetary economics study is frequently connected to Hazard, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
John Goddard focuses on Econometrics, Monetary economics, Distribution, Gibrat's law and Index. John Goddard has researched Econometrics in several fields, including Statistical hypothesis testing, Inefficiency, Monte Carlo method and Stochastic frontier analysis. His work carried out in the field of Monte Carlo method brings together such families of science as Exchange rate, Estimation and Multilevel model.
In the field of Monetary economics, his study on Currency overlaps with subjects such as Hazard. His Distribution research incorporates elements of Zipf's law, Asset, Retail banking, Log-normal distribution and Skewness. His Index research includes themes of Volatility, Autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity, Foreign exchange risk and Short interest ratio.
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THE PROFITABILITY OF EUROPEAN BANKS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL AND DYNAMIC PANEL ANALYSIS*
John Goddard;Phil Molyneux;John O. S. Wilson.
The Manchester School (2004)
Dynamics of Growth and Profitability in Banking
John A. Goddard;Philip Molyneux;John O. S. Wilson.
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2004)
Determinants of profitability in European manufacturing and services: evidence from a dynamic panel model
John Goddard;Manouche Tavakoli;John O. S. Wilson.
Applied Financial Economics (2005)
The Economics of Football
Stephen Dobson;John A. Goddard.
European Banking : Efficiency, Technology and Growth
John A. Goddard;Molyneux, Philip, Lecturer in Banking;John O. S. Wilson.
European banking: An overview
John Goddard;Philip Molyneux;John O.S. Wilson;Manouche Tavakoli.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2007)
The diversification and financial performance of US credit unions.
John Goddard;Donal McKillop;John O.S. Wilson.
Journal of Banking and Finance (2008)
Forecasting football results and the efficiency of fixed‐odds betting
John Goddard;Ioannis Asimakopoulos.
Journal of Forecasting (2004)
Odds setters as forecasters: the case of English football
David Forrest;John Goddard;Robert Simmons.
International Journal of Forecasting (2005)
The impact of managerial change on team performance in professional sports
Rick Audas;Stephen Dobson;John Goddard.
Journal of Economics and Business (2002)
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