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Determinants of spectator no-show behaviour: first empirical evidence from the German Bundesliga

Dominik Schreyer () and Daniel Däuper

Applied Economics Letters, 2018, vol. 25, issue 21, 1475-1480

Abstract: The analysis of stadium attendance demand has a long tradition in the economic literature. However, despite its evident merits, this previous research has been critiqued at several levels, in particular for relying on a suboptimal demand proxy, i.e. published attendance data. In this short note, we address these shortcomings by exploring a highly unique data set containing official information on spectators’ decisions of whether or not to physically attend 704 German football Bundesliga games played between August 2014 and January 2017.

Date: 2018
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