IJSF Access Statistics for April

The April access statistics from RePEc are out.

Page views (file downloads) on participating RePEc services:
Last month:    623 (178)
Previous month: 635 (195)
Last 3 months: 1716 (486)
Last year:     7119 (1922)
Since start:   18352 (4721)
Top items in the series: <http://logec.repec.org/scripts/seritemstat.pl?h=RePEc:jsf:intjsf>
Simple impact factor: 0.29
Recursive impact factor: 0.01
Discounted impact factor: 0.1
Recursive discounted impact factor: 0.01
h-index: 2

And here are the top articles in the journal

Rank Journal Article File Downloads Abstract Views
Last month 3 months Total Last month 3 months Total
1 Ticket Prices, Concessions and Attendance at Professional Sporting Events
Dennis Coates and Brad Humphreys
12 35 369 54 158 1,379
2 What Drives the Value of Stadium Naming Rights? A Hedonic-Pricing Approach to the Valuation of Sporting Intangible Assets
Bill Gerrard, Milena Parent and Trevor Slack
9 18 291 17 47 749
2 The Impact of Pooling and Sharing Broadcast Rights in Professional Team Sports
Stefan Kesenne
9 19 40 14 33 82
4 Vend It Like Beckham: David Beckham’s Effect on MLS Ticket Sales
Robert A. Lawson, Kathleen Sheehan and E. Frank Stephenson
8 16 90 21 43 230
5 Estimating Baseball Salary Equations from 1961-2005: A Look at Changes in Major League Compensation
Gary Stone and Louis Pantuosco
7 13 74 18 35 223
5 Impression Management in Football Club Financial Reporting
Stephen Morrow
7 11 231 15 31 717
5 The Tax Benefits of Hosting the Super Bowl and the MLB All-Star Game: The Houston Experience
Dennis Coates
7 22 166 30 94 647
8 Pay and Performance in Professional Road Racing: The Case of City Marathons
Bernd Frick and Joachim Prinz
6 14 89 11 27 233
8 Book Review: The Economics of Staging the Olympics: A Comparison of the Games 1972-2008, by Holger Preuss
Victor Matheson
6 15 93 11 33 209
8 Betting Exchanges: The Future of Sports Betting?
Ruud Koning and Bart van Velzen
6 18 94 30 71 302
11 Estimates of the Dimensions of the Sports Market in the US
Brad Humphreys and Jane E. Ruseski
5 9 35 10 23 110
12 The Interaction between Baseball Attendance and Winning Percentage: A VAR Analysis
Michael C Davis
4 6 42 9 23 169
12 Economic Multipliers and Mega-Event Analysis
Victor Matheson
4 12 55 15 37 206
12 Playing Like the Home Team: An Economic Investigation into Home Advantage in Football
Mark Leo Koyama and J James Reade
4 9 33 9 25 102
12 Investment in Stadia and Regional Economic Development—Evidence from FIFA World Cup 2006
Arne Feddersen, André Grötzinger and Wolfgang Maennig
4 6 11 11 29 47
16 Putting Moneyball on Ice?
Daniel Mason and William Foster
3 4 53 11 26 185
16 Moneyball as Sport Finance in Action: But are the Lessons from Baseball More Generally Applicable?
Bill Gerrard and Dennis Howard
3 4 21 3 10 74
16 Competitive Balance and Attendance in Major League Baseball: An Empirical Test of the Uncertainty of Outcome Hypothesis
Brian Soebbing
3 9 58 13 29 193
16 Book Review: The Economics of Association Football
Nicholas Watanabe
3 5 75 7 12 213
16 Golf Match: The Choice by PGA Tour Golfers of which Tournaments to Enter
Stephen Shmanske
3 4 14 8 14 76
16 “If You Can’t Win, Why Should I Buy a Ticket?”: Hope, Fan Welfare, and Competitive Balance
O’Reilly, Norm, Alan Kaplan, Ryan Rahinel and John Nadeau
3 7 43 10 18 99
16 Book Review: The Economics of Sport and the Media
Brad Humphreys
3 7 81 5 16 247
16 Market Power in the National Football League
Stacey Brook and Aju J. Fenn
3 9 23 5 17 67
16 The Impact of Athletic Performance on Tuition Rates
Donald Alexander and William Kern
3 12 15 11 33 49
16 The Impact of a Professional Sports Franchise on County Employment and Wages
John Jasina and Kurt Rotthoff
3 6 29 4 13 80

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One Response to IJSF Access Statistics for April

  1. Angel says:

    I think that the statistics in RePEc for the journal would improve if it was updated.

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