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Soccernomics
Simon Kuper and Stefan Szymanski
Soccernomics (2009, this edition 2014) applies economic and data analysis to explore the way the sport of soccer is played, watched and run. It explores everything from whether world cups make us happier to why Western Europe continues to dominate the sport globally. In the process, Soccernomics shows us that much of what we think about the world’s most popular sport is wrong.
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