Journal articles

forthcoming:

Pawlowski, T., Nalbantis, G. & Coates. Perceived game uncertainty, suspense and the demand for sport, Economic Inquiry, doi 10.1111/ecin.12462

Nalbantis, G., Fahrner, M. & Pawlowski, T. The demand for licensed merchandise in sports – on the purchase channel choice, Journal of Sport Management, doi 10.1123/jsm.2016-0179.

Schüttoff, U. & Pawlowski, T. Seasonal variation in sports participation, Journal of Sports Sciences, doi 10.1080/02640414.2017.1316864.

Schüttoff, U., Pawlowski, T., Downward, P. & Lechner, M. Sports participation and social capital formation during adolescence, Social Science Quarterly, doi 10.1111/ssqu.12453.

Pawlowski, T., Schüttoff, U., Downward, P. & Lechner, M. Can sport really help to meet the Millennium Development Goals? Evidence from children in Peru, Journal of Sports Economics, doi 10.1177/1527002516661601.

2017: Budzinski, O. & Pawlowski, T. (2017). The behavioural economics of competitive balance: theories, findings and implications, International Journal of Sport Finance, 12, 109-122.
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Nalbantis, G., Pawlowski, T. & Coates, D. (2017). The fans’ perception of competitive balance and its impact on willingness-to-pay for a single game. Journal of Sports Economics, 18(5), 479-505, doi:10.1177/1527002515588137. ► Journal

2016: Burk, V., Grimmer, C. G. & Pawlowski, T. (2016). Same, same – but different! On consumers’ use of corporate PR media in sports, Journal of Sport Management, 30(4), 353-368, doi:10.1123/JSM.2015-0180. ► Journal

2015: Gürtler, O., Lang, M. & Pawlowski, T. (2015). On the release of players to national teams. Journal of Sports Economics, 16(7), 695-713, doi: 10.1177/1527002513503173. ► Journal

Pawlowski, T. & Nalbantis, G. (2015). Competition format, championship uncertainty and stadium attendance in European football – a small league perspective. Applied Economics, 47(38), 4128-4139, doi 10.1080/00036846.2015.1023949.

2014: Downward, P., Hallmann, K. & Pawlowski, T. (2014). Assessing parental impact on the sports participation of children: A socio-economic analysis of the UK. European Journal of Sport Science, 14(1), 84-90. ► Journal

Downward, P., Pawlowski, T. & Rasciute, S. (2014). Does associational behaviour raise social capital? A cross country analysis of trust. Eastern Economic Journal, 40(2), 150-165.
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Mutter, F. & Pawlowski, T. (2014). The causal effect of professional sports on amateur sport participation – An instrumental variable approach. International Journal of Sport Finance, 9(2), 172-188. ► Journal

Mutter, F. & Pawlowski, T. (2014). The monetary value of the demonstration effect of professional sports. European Sport Management Quarterly, 14(2), 129-152. ► Journal

Mutter, F. & Pawlowski, T. (2014). Role Models in Sports – Can success in professional sports increase the demand for amateur sport participation? Sport Management Review, 17(3), 324-336, doi: 10.1016/j.smr.2013.07.003. ► Journal

Pawlowski, T., Downward, P. & Rasciute, S. (2014). Does national pride from international sporting success contribute to well-being? An international investigation. Sport Management Review, 17(2), 121-132. ► Journal

2013: Pawlowski, T. (2013). Testing the uncertainty of outcome hypothesis in European professional football – A stated preference approach. Journal of Sports Economics, 14(4), 341-367.              ► Journal

Pawlowski, T. & Budzinski, O. (2013). The (monetary) value of competitive balance for sport consumers – A stated preference approach to European professional football. International Journal of Sport Finance, 8(2), in press. ► working paper (accepted manuscript)

2012: Pawlowski, T. & Anders, C. (2012). Stadium attendance in German professional football – The (un)importance of uncertainty of outcome reconsidered. Applied Economics Letters, 19(16), 1553-1556. ► Journal, Paper

Pawlowski, T. & Breuer, C. (2012). Expenditure elasticities of the demand for leisure services. Applied Economics, 44(26), 3461-3477. ► Journal, Paper

2011: Pawlowski, T. & Breuer, C. (2011). The demand for sports and recreational services: Empirical evidence from Germany. European Sport Management Quarterly, 11(1), 5-34. ► Journal

Pawlowski, T., Downward, P., & Rasciute, S. (2011). Subjective well-being in European countries – On the age specific impact of physical activity. European Review of Aging and Physical Activity, 8(2), 93-102. ► Journal, Paper

Pawlowski, T. (2011). Hedonic prices for ski-lift passes in Europe. Empirical Economics Letters, 10(8), 819-825. ► Journal, Paper

Richelieu, A., Pawlowski, T. & Breuer, C. (2011). Football Brand Management at Different Levels of Competition: Minor League vs. Champions League. Journal of Sponsorship, 4(2), 178-189.

2010: Pawlowski, T., Breuer, C. & Hovemann, A. (2010). Top clubs’ performance and the competitive situation in European domestic football competitions. Journal of Sports Economics, 11(2), 186-202.  ► Journal, Paper

Wicker, P., Breuer, C. & Pawlowski, T. (2010). Are sports club members big spenders? Findings from sport specific analyses in Germany. Sport Management Review, 214-224. ► Journal

2009: Pawlowski, T., Breuer, C., Wicker, P. & Poupaux, S. (2009). Travel time spending behavior in recreational sports – An econometric approach with management implications. European Sport Management Quarterly, 9(3), 215-242. ► Journal

Wicker, P., Breuer, C. & Pawlowski, T. (2009). Promoting sport for all to age-specific target groups – The impact of sport infrastructure. European Sport Management Quarterly, 9(2), 103-118. ► Journal