2 edition of Measuring short-run uncertainty of outcome in sporting leagues found in the catalog.
Measuring short-run uncertainty of outcome in sporting leagues
|Statement||by Alistair Dawson and Paul Downward.|
|Series||Division of Economics -- 2003.5|
|Contributions||Downward, Paul., Staffordshire University. Business School.|
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As pointed out in [Dawson and Downward, ], a series of methodological options/problems exist related to measurement of uncertainty of outcome. In the short run, and when team sport leagues are the candidate for analysis (as in our case), basically two options exist: table rankings or table point scores.
Dawson, A. and P. Downward “Measuring Short-Run Uncertainty of Outcome in Sporting Leagues A Comment.” Journal of Sports Economics 6(3)– Crossref Google Scholar. Dobson, S. and J. Goddard. “The Demand for Standing and Seated Viewing Accommodation in the English Football League.” Applied Economics –Cited by: 5.
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Sports offer interesting insights into demand due to the added twist of fan preferences for outcome uncertainty. We add to and amend previous work by analyzing the time series behavior of Major League Baseball attendance (–) using break point analysis, exploring a wide variety of measures of game uncertainty, playoff uncertainty, and consecutive season by: Short-Run Demand and Uncertainty of Outcome in Major League Baseball Scott Tainsky • Jason A.
Winfree Published online: 23 October Uncertainty of outcome is one of the fundamental differences between sporting events and other forms of entertainment. Specifically, the uncertainty of outcome hypothesis. Dawson A. and Downward P.
Measuring short-run Uncertainty of Outcome in Sporting Leagues: A Comment, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 6, No. 3, August,pp This article explores the importance of uncertainty in athletic contests.
We use a probit model and Monte Carlo simulations to forecast game outcomes in Major League Baseball. Simulations are necessary to understand fully the preferences that consumers have towards uncertainty in sports.
We use these simulations to estimate demand using attendance data for regular season by: () use an ARFIMA model to generate long-run uncertainty bands for future inﬂation, but without accounting for parameter estimation uncertainty.
Two strands of literature study long-run forecast uncertainty for time series that we analyse by constructing series-speciﬁc Bayesian models. The hypothesis that a more balanced sporting competition leads to a greater interest in the event stems from the seminal work of Rottenberg ().This argument, known as the UOH, implies that fans prefer observing a sporting contest between teams with an unpredictable outcome (Knowles, Sherony, & Haupert, ).A sports league where the outcome of all matches are highly uncertain is Cited by: Short and Long Run Uncertainty Jose Maria Barrero, Nicholas Bloom, Ian Wright.
NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing, Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Monetary Economics, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Uncertainty appears to have both a short-run and a long-run component, which we measure using firm and macro implied volatility data Cited by: 7.
4 Downward et al. (), in their review of studies of short-run uncertainty of outcome, note that league standings, rather than differences in standings or odds-based measures, tend to show up as more relevant in explaining attendance. However, actual standings are more a reflection of team success or team quality than of uncertainty of outcome.
Sloane () (short-run and long-run uncertainty) and Borland and Macdonald () (match, seasonal and long-run uncertainty). According to Cairns et al. (), short-run or match uncertainty relates to the outcome of a particular match; seasonal (playoff) uncertainty refers to championship.
Short and Long Run Uncertainty By Jose Maria Barrero, Nicholas Bloom, and Ian Wright potential consequences of long-run as opposed to short-run uncertainty in the wake of the enterprise value to the book value of it’s assets) and sales growth (again, measured as the.
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Avgerinou () states that uncertainty of outcome is necessary in the short run, which is provided by a high competitive balance, to attract people (i.e. customers) to matches and generate gate and broadcasting revenue.
However, in my opinion this is of greater relevance to profit-maximizing agents but less to agents maximizing sporting results. However, uncertainty of outcome can be measured in different ways and may refer to short-run uncertainty of match outcome, seasonal uncertainty in terms of how many teams remain in contention for.
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