Dominik Schreyer
Dominik Schreyer
WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Center for Sports and Management (CSM)
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Against all odds? Exploring the role of game outcome uncertainty in season ticket holders’ stadium attendance demand
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
Journal of Economic Psychology 56, 192-217, 2016
502016
On the Role of Race Outcome Uncertainty in the TV Demand for Formula 1 Grands Prix
D Schreyer, B Torgler
Journal of Sports Economics 19 (2), 211-229, 2018
352018
Causal effects of an absent crowd on performances and refereeing decisions during Covid-19
A Bryson, P Dolton, JJ Reade, D Schreyer, C Singleton
Economics Letters, 109664, 2020
34*2020
Eliminating supportive crowds reduces referee bias
J Reade, D Schreyer, C Singleton
Available at SSRN 3743972, 2020
32*2020
Game outcome uncertainty and television audience demand: New evidence from German football
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
German Economic Review 19 (2), 140-161, 2018
322018
Game outcome uncertainty in the English Premier League: Do German fans care?
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
Journal of Sports Economics 19 (5), 625-644, 2018
282018
Football Spectator No-Show Behavior
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
Journal of Sports Economics 20 (4), 580-602, 2019
232019
Is it the economy, stupid? The role of social versus economic factors in people’s support for hosting the Olympic Games: evidence from 12 democratic countries
T Streicher, SL Schmidt, D Schreyer, B Torgler
Applied Economics Letters 24 (3), 170-174, 2017
202017
Game outcome uncertainty and the demand for international football games: Evidence from the German TV market
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
Journal of Media Economics 30 (1), 31-45, 2017
192017
Determinants of spectator no-show behaviour: first empirical evidence from the German Bundesliga
D Schreyer, D Däuper
Applied Economics Letters 25 (21), 1475-1480, 2018
182018
Age and organizational identification: empirical findings from professional sports
A Bergmann, SL Schmidt, D Schreyer, B Torgler
Applied Economics Letters 23 (10), 718-722, 2016
182016
Football spectator no-show behaviour in the German Bundesliga
D Schreyer
Applied Economics 51 (45), 4882-4901, 2019
162019
Predicting season ticket holder loyalty using geographical information
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
Applied Economics Letters 25 (4), 272-277, 2018
152018
Stadium attendance demand during the COVID-19 crisis: Early empirical evidence from Belarus
JJ Reade, D Schreyer, C Singleton
Applied Economics Letters, 1-6, 2020
142020
The future of professional football: A Delphi-based perspective of German experts on probable versus surprising scenarios
S Merkel, SL Schmidt, D Schreyer
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal 6 (3), 295-319, 2016
142016
Behavioral responses to terrorist attacks: empirical evidence from professional football
N Frevel, D Schreyer
Applied Economics Letters 27 (3), 244-247, 2020
132020
Referenda on Hosting the Olympics: What Drives Voter Turnout?
T Streicher, SL Schmidt, D Schreyer
Journal of Sports Economics 20 (5), 627-653, 2019
122019
Factors that shape the demand for international football games across different age groups
A Bergmann, D Schreyer
International Journal of Sport Finance 14 (1), 13-23, 2019
62019
Who gets promoted? Personality factors leading to promotion in highly structured work environments: evidence from a German professional football club
M Kassis, SL Schmidt, D Schreyer, B Torgler
Applied Economics Letters 24 (17), 1222-1227, 2017
62017
Using reminders with different reward opportunities to reduce no-show behavior: Empirical evidence from a large-scale field experiment in professional sports
D Schreyer, SL Schmidt, B Torgler
CREMA Working Paper, 2020
42020
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