General Ability and Specialization : Evidence from Penalty Kicks in Soccer


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BAUMANN, Florian, Tim FRIEHE, Michael WEDOW, 2010. General Ability and Specialization : Evidence from Penalty Kicks in Soccer. In: Journal of Sports Economics. 12(1), pp. 81-105. ISSN 1527-0025. Available under: doi: 10.1177/1527002510371194

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