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We analyze the changes the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), a widely studied cartel, made in 2002 to the organizational structure of its most valuable asset, the Division I men’s basketball tournament. The NCAA granted itself more freedom in assigning participating teams to their...
The Scottish Premier League features the “split,” in which the league separates into two divisions after 33 games. This paper tests whether club behavior related to aggressive play is affected by the split. Our results indicate that there is no difference in the way bottom and top teams use...
Gender differences in outcomes are often explained by gender differences in competitiveness. Using evidence from the outdoor World Championships and Olympics 1,500 meter event, this paper investigates whether gender differences exist in the behavior of runners. Results indicate that there are...
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