Manager to go? Performance dips reconsidered with evidence from Dutch football

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Bruinshoofd, W.A.; ter Weel, B.J.;
  • Publisher: UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology
  • Subject: economics of technology ;

This paper examines whether the forced resignation of managers of Dutch football teams leads to an improvement in the results. We find by analysing 12 years of football in the highest Dutch league that forced resignations are preceded by declines in team performance and... View more
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