Management efficiency in football: an empirical analysis of two extreme cases
Dimitri Paolini () and
Juan de Dios Tena ()
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Miguel Jara: Universidad de Conception, Chile
No 2012044, LIDAM Discussion Papers CORE from Université catholique de Louvain, Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE)
Analysis of managerial efficiency in sport economics typically focuses on evaluating coach decisions instead of assessing the organization as a whole. This paper studies the relative importance of variables related to power and managerial decisions by estimating stochastic production frontiers models for the Chilean and Italian football. We find the presence of technical inefficiencies in both cases. However, managerial decisions play a more significant role in the Italian league. This difference can be explained by a less open and balanced competition in the Chilean case, that could be due to a lower demand and/or financial constraints faced by small clubs in that country.
Keywords: stochastic production frontier; managerial efficiency; sport economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J44 L83 M50 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Management Efficiency in Football: An Empirical Analysis of Two Extreme Cases (2015)
Working Paper: Management efficiency in footbal: an empirical analysis of two extreme cases (2015)
Working Paper: Management Efficiency in Football: An Empirical Analysis of two Extreme Cases (2012)
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