Who wins olympic bids?

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Wolfgang Maennig; Christopher Vierhaus;
  • Publisher: Univ., Fac. of Business, Economics and Social Sciences, Chair for Economic Policy Hamburg
  • Subject: Olympic Summer Games | mega events | bidding process | indicators | host election | IOC | Olympic Summer Games, mega events, bid cities, host city election, bidding process, IOC
    • ddc: ddc:330

The prospect of hosting the Olympic Games is attractive to many cities around the world. This article examines 147 variables’ potential to discriminate successful from unsuccessful Olympic bids. Our stepwise, rank-ordered logistic regression model includes 10 determinan... View more
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