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What Sports Economists Do?

HSE Mathematics Department conducts a series of research seminars on research in math and economics of sports. Three seminars in the series will be held in Russian, and one - in English. The series takes place in Moscow, at Shabolovka and Myastnitskaya campus of HSE from 21 September to 12 October, 2017

HSE Department of Mathematics hosts a series of research seminars on math and economics research in sports. Everyone interested is invited to attend. 


Session 2. What Sports Economists Do?

Speaker: Dennis Coates (HSE-Perm; University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Place: Myasnitskaya, 20, room 125

Date: September 25, 18:10

(In English)

 

Annotation: This talk is an informal introduction to the variety of activities and topics that sports economists are involved. The presentation will include discussion of seminal articles in sports economics focused on professional baseball in the United States as well as recent and current issues to which sports economists have applied their skills, such as doping and the impact of hosting the Olympics or the World Cup.

 

Session 1. A Brief Overview of Sports Sciences

Speakers: Dmitry Dagaev, Andrey Dementiev, Alexey Makarov, Inna Zaytseva

Place: Shabolovka, 28, room 2309

Date: September 21, 18:10

(In Russian)

 
Session 3. Good and Bad Tournament Rules

Speaker: Dmitry Dagaev (HSE, Department of Higher Mathematics)

Place: Shabolovka, 28, room 2309

Date: October 5, 18:10

(In Russian)

Session 4. Optimal Scheduling in Knock-out Tournaments

Speakers: Alexander Karpov (HSE; International Laboratory of Decision Choice and Analysis)

Place: Shabolovka, 28, room 2309

Date: October 12, 18:10

(In Russian)