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Dissertação vs Tese

Em minha dissertação, o tema foi a emancipação de municípios em MG. Já, na tese, o foco foi em instituições e desenvolvimento econômico (com alguns capítulos focando na colonização portuguesa).

Olhando para mim mesmo em dois períodos, vejo…

Nuvem de palavras (as 50 mais usadas) da dissertação
Nuvem de palavras (as 50 mais usadas) da tese

Creio que há algo em comum aí, mas não encontrei ainda. ^_^

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The First North American Association of Sports Economists Virtual Conference

Estamos lá. Para quem não conhecia o (badalado) tema de Sports Economics, aqui vai a programação. A participação é free of charge, bastando enviar mensagem para este endereço: aasecon@gmail.com. Imagino que a antecedência seja um bom comportamento. ^_^

A programação? Aqui está.

MONDAY June 29
9:00 – 11:00 am
Session 1: Topics on College Sports
Presiding: VICTOR MATHESON, College of the Holy Cross

CRAIG DEPKEN, UNC Charlotte – Wage Disparity and Team Productivity: Expectations vs.
Reality

RYAN PINHEIRO, University of Michigan and STEFAN SYZMANSKI, University of Michigan – An Extended View of the Moneyball Hypothesis

ANNA BYKOVA, National Research University Higher School of Economics, DENNIS
COATES, UMBC and HSE University, and PETR PARSHAKOV, HSE University – Is wage dispersion different from ability dispersion? Evidence from MLS

EVA MARIKOVA LEEDS, Moravian College and MICHAEL LEEDS, Temple University – Markets and Income Inequality in Professional Sports

Discussants: Open discussion for each paper among participants

MONDAY June 29
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Session 2: Cheating, Performance, and Crime in Professional Sports
Presiding:
BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University

QI GE, Vassar College and BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University – Athlete Misconduct and Team Sponsor Stock Prices: The Role of Incident Type and Media Coverage

JOHN CROOKER, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, CHRISTOPHER AZEVEDO, University of
Central Missouri, and A
JU FENN, Colorado College – Performance gains through cheating: A benchmark for identifying other rules violations in Major League Baseball

CLAUDIO SHIKIDA, UFPel and Enap, DAIANE AREND, Polícia Militar do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, RODRIGO FERNANDEZ, UFPel, and REGIS ELY, UFPel – More sports, more crimes? An analysis for the Metropolitan Region of Porto Alegre

ARNE FEDDERSEN, University of Southern Denmark – Do consumers care about doping scandals in sports? Evidence from TV broadcasts of the Tour de France in Denmark

Discussants
: To be determined

MONDAY June 29
2:00 – 4:00 pm
Session 3: Economic Impact of Sports
Presiding:
E. FRANK STEPHENSON, Berry College

VICTOR MATHESON, College of the Holy Cross, ROBERT BAUMANN, College of the Holy Cross, and E. FRANK STEPHENSON, Berry College – Comparing the visitor impact of sporting events vs. cultural events: Evidence from hotel data

NOLA AGHA, University of San Francisco and DANIEL RASCHER, University of San Francisco – The Economic Development Effect of Professional Teams and Stadia on Business Growth

J.C. BRADBURY, Kennesaw State University – Sports Stadiums and Property Values: Evidence from Cobb County, Georgia

CANDON JOHNSON, West Virginia University – The Impact of the Olympic Games on
Employment Growth: A Synthetic Control Approach

Discussants:
Open discussion for each paper among participants

MONDAY June 29
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Session 4: Topics on College Sports
Presiding:
JANE RUSESKI, West Virginia University

JOHN HARTER, Eastern Kentucky University and MATTHEW HOWELL, Eastern Kentucky
University – The Benefits of Changing NCAA Division I Levels: A CVM Measurement

PETER GROOTHUIS, Appalachian State University and AUSTIN EGGERS, Appalachian State University – The effects of winning a national championship in men’s basketball on the student profile of a university

PATRICK REILLY, Skidmore College, BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University, and JANE RUSESKI, West Virginia University – Competition Among Athletic Conferences for New Members: Evidence from NCAA Sports

Discussants:
To be determined

TUESDAY June 30
9:00 – 11:00 am
Session 5: Economics of Soccer and Attendance
Presiding:
VICTOR MATHESON, College of the Holy Cross

JUAN DE DIOS TENA HORILLO, University of Liverpool, MARCO DELOGU, University of Sassari, and STEFANO CABRAS, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid – Multi-task Activity Allocation of Effort and Attention in Teams: The Case of Euorpean Soccer

DANIEL WEIMAR, University of Duisburg-Essen – A Bright Spot for a Small League: Social Media Performance in a Football League without a COVID-19 Lockdown

STACEY BROOK, DePaul University – Does General Admission Alcohol Availability Affect
College Football Attendance and Revenues?

JEREMY LOSAK, Syracuse University and SAMUEL MARTEKA, Syracuse University – The Impact of College Conference TV Networks On College Football And Basketball Attendance

Discussants:
To be determined

TUESDAY June 30
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Session 6: Effect of Incentives and Game Strategies on Performance
Presiding:
CRAIG DEPKEN, University of North Carolina – Charlotte

CHRISTOPHER CLAPP, University of Chicago and ROBERT HENDERSON, Jaeb Center for Health Research – Speed Kills? The Effect of the Hurry-Up-No-Huddle Offense on Injuries in College Football

DYLAN BLECHNER, Syracuse University, SHANE SANDERS, Syracuse University, and WAYNE GROVE, Le Moyne College – Do (non-monetary) bonus incentives improve performance? Evidence from basketball 1-and-1 free throw shots

WAYNE GROVE, Le Moyne College, DYLAN BLECHNER, Syracuse University, and SHANE
SANDERS, Syracuse University – Differential Performance with High Versus Low Stakes
Incentives: Evidence from a Routine, Standardized, Non-Monetary Task

JAMES READE, University of Reading – Outcomes with asymmetric payoffs: The case of the Soviet Football League

Discussants:
Open discussion for each paper among participants

TUESDAY June 30
1:00 – 2:00 pm
NAASE Executive Committee Meeting

TUESDAY June 30
2:00 – 3:00 pm
NAASE General Membership Meeting

TUESDAY June 30
3:00 – 5:00 pm
Session 7: Open
TBD if necessary

TUESDAY June 30
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Session 8: Topics in Professional Sports
Presiding:
BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University

QI GE, Vassar College and BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University – Vertical Integration and Competitive Balance in Professional Sports: Evidence from Minor League Baseball

TED HAYDUK, New York University – Stakeholder Ideological Congruence and Firm
Performance: Evidence from Major League Baseball

DENNIS COATES, UMBC and PETR PARSHAKOV, HSE University – The Wisdom of Crowds and Transfer Market Values

ROSS BOOTH, Monash University, BEN MURATORE, Monash University, and ROBERT
BROOKS, Monash University – Competitive Balance and Match Attendance in The Rugby
Championship

Discussants:
To be determined

WEDNESDAY July 1
9:00 – 11:00 am
Session 9: Gender, Youth, and Sports
Presiding:
VICTOR MATHESON, College of the Holy Cross

JILL HARRIS, United States Air Force Academy and JOHN DULIN, United States Air Force
Academy – Are Elite Gymnasts Exploited?

VELDA BULDAS, University of Tartu – Centrally Manageable System for Public Sector Sports Grants’ Distribution to Children and Youth Sport

ALEXANDER BINDER, Pittsburgh State University, PAUL GRIMES, Pittsburgh State University, and RUSSELL WINTERBOTHAM, HorseRanker Social Network for Horseplayers – In the Money: Gender and Jockey Success on the Thoroughbred Racetrack

Discussants:
To be determined

WEDNESDAY July 1
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Session 10: Effect of Behavior and Environment on Performance and Earnings in
Professional Sports

Presiding: JILL HARRIS, United States Air Force Academy
J
ANE RUSESKI, West Virginia University and BRAD HUMPHREYS, West Virginia University – Air Quality and Employee Performance: Evidence from the NFL

LUCA FUMARCO, Tulane University – Multi-year Contracts and Workers’ Performance: Evidence from the National Hockey League

BRIAN SOEBBING, University of Alberta, NICHOLAS WATANABE, University of South Carolina, and PAMELA WICKER, Bielefeld University – NFL Player Career Earnings and Off-Field Behavior

PETR PARSHAKOV, HSE University, MARIIA MOLODCHIK, HSE University, and SOFIA
PAKLINA, HSE University – Peer effects and individual performance: Evidence from association football

Discussants:
Open discussion among participants

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