The Laboratory of Sport Studies (LSS) is engaged in theoretical research and data analysis in the sports industry. The main research areas of the laboratory include:
- the search for optimal strategies for the behaviour of players and teams during a match
- economic and financial regulation of the transfer market
- predicting the outcomes of matches and competitions
- optimal competition calendar drafts
- tournament rule design
Head of Lab Dmitry Dagaev Appointed Vice-Rector
Congratulations to a colleague on his appointment!
Professional Athletes Perform Better against Former Clubs, According to Research
A team of Russian researchers affiliated with the HSE University, RANEPA, and NES found professional athletes to perform better against their former clubs. At least in some circumstances, emotions seem to have a greater effect on their performance than knowledge of the opponent's tactics. The study's findings are published in the Journal of Behavioural and Experimental Economics and may be useful for coaches, sports managers, and bookmakers.
Scientific seminar on sports research
On April 7, a Scientific Seminar on Sports Research will be held - an associated event within the framework of the XXIII Yasin (April) International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development
The paper by Dmitry Dagaev and Andrey Zubanov was accepted for publication in the 'Social Choice and Welfare'
The paper 'Round-Robin Tournaments with Limited Resources' studies the equilibrium strategies of participants in a round-robin tournament who have a limited margin of effort.
LSE staff' team took part in the TV game "100 to 1"
Dmitry Dagaev, Sofia Bilich, Igor Tylkin, Gleb Vasiliev, and Daniil Shaposhnikov played against the team representing Match-TV channel.
LSS accepts applications for the position of the international postdoctoral fellow
The deadline for applications for a postdoc position is January 31.