The Relation Between A University's Football Team Record And The Size Of Its Application Pool
Robert Murphy () and
Gregory A. Trandel
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Gregory A. Trandel: University Of Georgia
No 225, Boston College Working Papers in Economics from Boston College Department of Economics
We show that the winning record of a university's football team is positively (and statistically significant) related to the number of the applications for admittance received by that university. Our parameter estimates indicate that an increase in winning percentage from .500 to .750 tends to produce a 1.4% increase in applicants in the following year.
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