His primary areas of investigation include Football, Microeconomics, Labour economics, Competition and CONTEST. Stefan Szymanski interconnects Advertising, Championship, Attendance and Cartel in the investigation of issues within Football. His Championship research incorporates themes from Developing country and Marketing.
Stefan Szymanski combines subjects such as Spatial econometrics and Procurement with his study of Microeconomics. The various areas that Stefan Szymanski examines in his Competition study include Arbitrage, Football club, Intellectual property and Product. His studies in CONTEST integrate themes in fields like Incentive, Revenue sharing, Industrial organization and Public relations.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Football, Competition, Microeconomics, Advertising and Balance. His Football study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Attendance, Labour economics and Position, Finance. He has researched Competition in several fields, including Basketball, Political economy, Industrial organization and Restructuring.
His specific area of interest is Microeconomics, where he studies Monopoly. His Balance study combines topics in areas such as CONTEST and Equality of outcome. His CONTEST research includes elements of Incentive and Revenue sharing.
Stefan Szymanski focuses on Football, Insolvency, Attendance, Microeconomics and Life satisfaction. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Football and Constraint. The study incorporates disciplines such as Revenue, Demand curve and Public finance in addition to Attendance.
His Life satisfaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Taxpayer, Marketing and Happiness. His Position course of study focuses on Monopoly and Competition. His studies deal with areas such as Economic impact analysis and Championship as well as Competition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Football, Insolvency, Attendance, Competition law and Finance. His Football study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic history, Advertising, Position and Debt. His Advertising study incorporates themes from Revenue sharing, Profit, Financial economics, Stock exchange and Criminology.
The Position study combines topics in areas such as Microeconomics, Monopoly, Deterrence theory and Product. His Insolvency research also works with subjects such as
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The Economic Design of Sporting Contests
Journal of Economic Literature (2003)
Winners and losers
Stefan Szymanski;Tim Kuypers.
The Americanization of European football
Thomas Hoehn;Stefan Szymanski.
Economic Policy (1999)
The English Football Industry: Profit, Performance and Industrial Structure
Stefan Szymanski;Ron Smith.
International Review of Applied Economics (1997)
Income Inequality, Competitive Balance and the Attractiveness of Team Sports: Some Evidence and a Natural Experiment from English Soccer
The Economic Journal (2001)
Handbook on the Economics of Sport
Wladimir Andreff;Stefan Szymanski.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
The Disappearing Relationship Between Directors' Pay and Corporate Performance
Paul Gregg;Stephen Machin;Stefan Szymanski.
British Journal of Industrial Relations (1993)
National well-being and international sports events
Georgios Kavetsos;Stefan Szymanski.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2010)
Testing Causality Between Team Performance and Payroll: The Cases of Major League Baseball and English Soccer
Stephen Hall;Stefan Szymanski;Andrew S. Zimbalist.
Journal of Sports Economics (2002)
Are We Willing to Pay Enough to `Back the Bid'?: Valuing the Intangible Impacts of London's Bid to Host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games
Giles Atkinson;Susana Mourato;Stefan Szymanski;Ece Ozdemiroglu.
Urban Studies (2008)
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