Moscow has hosted the second International Conference on the Economics of Football, organized by HSE, the New Economic School, and the Centre for Strategic Development. One of the most topical discussions at the conference was the impact of the 2018 World Cup on the development of the Russian regions, the sporting industry, and the economy as a whole.
On 23-24th June New Economic School jointly with Kazan Federal University and Higher School of Economics conducted two-day international conference "Economics of Football" in Kazan
Staff of IDlab, Angel Barajas, Dennis Coates, Elena Shakina, Petr Parshakov, Iuliia Naidenova and Anna Bykova, participated in the conference. Researchers presented their papers as well as performed as key speakers on workshops
Thadeu Gasparetto has presented a draft of his PhD Dissertation structure gave a brief overview on previous papers
Laboratory participated in the XXII workshop on Accounting and Management Control, organized by University of Vigo, Spain
International Laboratory of Intangible-driven economy participated in the XXII workshop on Accounting and Management Control on the 19-20 January, organized by University of Vigo, Spain. A series of investigations were presented.
The session of International Laboratory of Intangible-driven economy took place at University of Vigo, Spain
The session held on January 17-21 was dedicated to the development of Laboratory strategy for 2017-2019 years, discussion of the issue of attracting new members and more academic contacts.
Petr Parshakov spoke on the scientific seminar of School of Economics and Business Administration at University of Vigo, Spain on the 18th January, where he presented the results of the study «Team vs. Individual Tournaments: Evidence from Prize Structure in eSports», implemented jointly with Dennis Coates in the framework of PhD thesis at University of Vigo.
Angel Barajas, leading research fellow of IDLAB, has presented the research ''Non-usual football stadiums: only comfort level matters'' on the IDLAB workshop. It was stated that playing matches in non-usual stadium decreases the demand for tickets, however, good stadiums can moderate this negative effect.