Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball

Berri D, Deutscher C, Galletti A (2015)
National Institute Economic Review 232(1): R41-R50.

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This paper examines national origin bias in professional basketball in both the North American National Basketball Association (NBA) and Spanish professional league (Liga ACB). Past studies into racial bias find mixed results. In contrast, our study provides consistent evidence that players born in the USA receive preferential treatment in both the USA and Spain in terms of receiving additional time on the court.
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Berri D, Deutscher C, Galletti A. Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball. National Institute Economic Review. 2015;232(1):R41-R50.
Berri, D., Deutscher, C., & Galletti, A. (2015). Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball. National Institute Economic Review, 232(1), R41-R50.
Berri, D., Deutscher, C., and Galletti, A. (2015). Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball. National Institute Economic Review 232, R41-R50.
Berri, D., Deutscher, C., & Galletti, A., 2015. Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball. National Institute Economic Review, 232(1), p R41-R50.
D. Berri, C. Deutscher, and A. Galletti, “Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball”, National Institute Economic Review, vol. 232, 2015, pp. R41-R50.
Berri, D., Deutscher, C., Galletti, A.: Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball. National Institute Economic Review. 232, R41-R50 (2015).
Berri, David, Deutscher, Christian, and Galletti, Arturo. “Born in the USA: National Origin Effects on Time Allocation in US and Spanish Professional Basketball”. National Institute Economic Review 232.1 (2015): R41-R50.
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