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Patras - September 10th, 2004
Scientific Committee
SLOANE Peter WELMERC, University of Wales Swansea  
BARROS Carlos Pestana Technical University of Lisboa  
GERRARD Bill University of Leeds CV
GODDARD John University of Wales Swansea
MARKELLOS Raphael Athens University of Economics and Business CV
MILLS Terence Loughborough Univ. CV
PEEL David
Cardiff Business School CV
REFENES Paul Athens University of Economics and Business  
RODRIGUEZ Guerrero Placido University of Oviedo CV
SERBAT Henri University of Paris 2 CV
SIMMONS Rob University of Lancaster CV
SIRIOPOULOS Costas University of Patras  
SZYMANSKI Stefan Imperial College, London CV
Organizing Committee  
SIRIOPOULOS Costas (Chair), University of Patras  
University of Patras  
KITSOPOULOS Vania Athens Univ. of Economics & Business  
SERBAT Henri Applied Econometrics Association  

The 1st International Conference on Econometrics of Sports (ESP 2004) will be held September 10th , 2004, in Patras, Greece. This conference will provide an international forum for researchers and practitioners interested in the advances in, and applications of, econometrics in sports.
It is an opportunity to present and observe the latest research, results, and ideas in these areas.
This year, the sport, topic of all the conferences, will be Football.

English will be the working language


Major Sponsor

Greek Soccer Pool and Lottery organization

Cultural Olympiad
Hellenic Ministry of Culture



Download the Poster of the Call for Papers


(Very Last Proposals can be accepted just before the Conference

1) Revenue sharing and competitive league balance.
2) Labour markets and Salary Caps.
3) Labour Market Discrimination.
4) The Economics of Sports Broadcasting.
5) Competition Law and Team Sports.
6) The Economics of Non-team sports.
7) The Economic Impact of Sporting Events.
8) International Comparisons.

Econometrics, Statistics, Operational Research, Computational Methods, Biometrics, Biostatistics, Simulation, AI, Mathematics, Game Theory, Experimental Economics, Psychology, Sports Economics, Decision Theory, Psychology, Bets and Gambling Analysis.



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