The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach

Wicker P, Whitehead JC, Johnson BK, Mason DS (2017)
Applied Economics 49(52): 5287-5295.

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Wicker, PamelaUniBi; Whitehead, John C.; Johnson, Bruce K.; Mason, Daniel S.
Abstract / Bemerkung
This study examines the private consumption benefits of sports attendance using revealed and stated preference data from 28 Football Bundesliga teams across three divisions. Survey respondents were presented with positive (sporting success) and negative (management failure) scenarios and asked for the number of game trips if each scenario occurred. The results of a pooled random effects Poisson model show that travel costs and ticket price have a significant negative effect on the number of home game trips. The weighted consumer surplus per game trip including travel costs and ticket prices is €345. Consumer surplus per game trip was found to change by €41 (first division) and €98 (second and third division) if the positive scenario occurred and by €39 if the negative scenario occurred.
Stichworte
Contingent behaviour method; travel cost method; attendance demand; consumer surplus; Bundesliga; Soccer
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
Applied Economics
Band
49
Ausgabe
52
Seite(n)
5287-5295
ISSN
0003-6846
eISSN
1466-4283
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942628

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Wicker P, Whitehead JC, Johnson BK, Mason DS. The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach. Applied Economics . 2017;49(52):5287-5295.
Wicker, P., Whitehead, J. C., Johnson, B. K., & Mason, D. S. (2017). The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach. Applied Economics , 49(52), 5287-5295. doi:10.1080/00036846.2017.1305090
Wicker, P., Whitehead, J. C., Johnson, B. K., and Mason, D. S. (2017). The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach. Applied Economics 49, 5287-5295.
Wicker, P., et al., 2017. The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach. Applied Economics , 49(52), p 5287-5295.
P. Wicker, et al., “The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach”, Applied Economics , vol. 49, 2017, pp. 5287-5295.
Wicker, P., Whitehead, J.C., Johnson, B.K., Mason, D.S.: The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach. Applied Economics . 49, 5287-5295 (2017).
Wicker, Pamela, Whitehead, John C., Johnson, Bruce K., and Mason, Daniel S. “The effect of sporting success and management failure on attendance demand in the Bundesliga: a revealed and stated preference travel cost approach”. Applied Economics 49.52 (2017): 5287-5295.

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