Dominik Schreyer
apl. Prof. Dr.
Group
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group
Fachgebiete
Sports economics (e.g., football spectator no-show behavior), Sports management, Bundesliga, Football, Consumer Psychology, Future of Sports, Top-Class Sports , Sports Business , Sports Consumer Behavior, Dauerkarten, Spectator Numbers, TV Demand, No-shows, Stadionnachfrage, Stadion, Heimvorteil, Ticketing
Group
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group
Fachgebiete
Sports economics (e.g., football spectator no-show behavior), Sports management, Bundesliga, Football, Consumer Psychology, Future of Sports, Top-Class Sports , Sports Business , Sports Consumer Behavior, Dauerkarten, Spectator Numbers, TV Demand, No-shows, Stadionnachfrage, Stadion, Heimvorteil, Ticketing

Aktuelle Publikationen

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Scholz, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Season ticket holder no-show behavior in the Czech Republic, Managing Sport and Leisure.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Baecker, N., Ansari, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Formula 1 Grands Prix demand across different distribution channels, Managing Sport and Leisure.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Integrated women's football teams can attract larger stadium crowds

Schreyer, D., Hadwiger, J., Schmidt, S. (accepted), Integrated women's football teams can attract larger stadium crowds, European Sport Management Quarterly.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bünning, F. H., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2024), Awards are career catalysts for young talents in association football, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 24 (2), pp. 364-382.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Schreyer, D. (2024), What do we know about no‐show behavior? A systematic, interdisciplinary literature review, Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 38 (1), pp. 57-96.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Geissler, D., Beiderbeck, D., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2024), Emerging technologies and shifting consumer motives: projecting the future of the top-tier sports media product, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 203, 123366.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Nalbantis, G., Pawlowski, T., Schreyer, D. (2023), Substitution effects and the transnational demand for European soccer telecasts, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 24 (4), pp. 407–442.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Singleton, C., Reade, J. J., Schreyer, D. (2023), A decade of violence and empty stadiums in Egypt: when does emotion from the terraces affect behaviour on the pitch?, Empirical Economics, Vol. 65 (3), pp. 1487–1507.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2022), Career adaptability and career success: a constructive replication study, Journal of Personnel Psychology, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 115-124.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schlembach, C., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Wunderlich, L. (2022), Forecasting the Olympic medal distribution: a socioeconomic machine learning model, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 175, 121314.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Which female makes it to the top? exploring the gender differences in the role of nuanced personality and psychosocial traits in elite sports career progression, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 138, 103767.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Chan, H. F., Ulrich, F., Altman, H., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Beyond performance? The importance of subjective and objective physical appearance in award nominations and receptions in football, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 204, pp. 271-289.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Ansari, P. (2022), Stadium attendance demand research: a scoping review, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 23 (6), pp. 749–788.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Eliminating supportive crowds reduces referee bias, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 60 (3), pp. 1416-1436.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Humphreys, B. R., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Separating the crowds: examining home and away attendances at football matches, SSRN eLibrary / Social Science Research Network.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fühner, J., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2021), Are diversified football clubs better prepared for a crisis? First empirical evidence from the stock market, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 350-373.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kassis, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Sutter, M. (2021), Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments: evidence from a natural field experiment, Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 126, pp. 278-287.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Stadium attendance demand during the COVID-19 crisis: early empirical evidence from Belarus, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (18), pp. 1542-1547.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bryson, A., Dolton, P., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Causal effects of an absent crowd on performances and refereeing decisions during Covid-19, Economics Letters, Vol. 198, 109664.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2021), Predicting season ticket holder no-show behaviour: more nuanced evidence from Switzerland, Applied Economics, Vol. 53 (48), pp. 5549-5566.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Lenz, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2020), The impact of personality traits on talents’ performance throughout development phases: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics, Vol. 52 (37), pp. 4073-4091.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2020), Anticipated feelings and support for public mega projects: hosting the Olympic Games, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 158, 120158.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Frevel, N., Schreyer, D. (2020), Behavioral responses to terrorist attacks: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 27 (3), pp. 244-247.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Meier, H., Schreyer, D., Jetzke, M. (2020), German Handball TV demand: did it pay for the Handball-Bundesliga to move from free- to pay-TV?, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 618-635.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Schmidt, S., Torgler, B. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (4), pp. 580-602.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2019), Referenda on hosting the Olympics: what drives voter turnout?, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 627-653.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bergmann, A., Schreyer, D. (2019), Factors that shape the demand for international football games across different age groups, International Journal of Sport Finance, Vol. 14 (1), pp. 13–23.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior in the German Bundesliga, Applied Economics, Vol. 51 (45), pp. 4882-4901.

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Scholz, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Season ticket holder no-show behavior in the Czech Republic, Managing Sport and Leisure.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Baecker, N., Ansari, P., Schreyer, D. (accepted pre-print), Formula 1 Grands Prix demand across different distribution channels, Managing Sport and Leisure.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Integrated women's football teams can attract larger stadium crowds

Schreyer, D., Hadwiger, J., Schmidt, S. (accepted), Integrated women's football teams can attract larger stadium crowds, European Sport Management Quarterly.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bünning, F. H., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2024), Awards are career catalysts for young talents in association football, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 24 (2), pp. 364-382.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Amberger, C., Schreyer, D. (2024), What do we know about no‐show behavior? A systematic, interdisciplinary literature review, Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 38 (1), pp. 57-96.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Geissler, D., Beiderbeck, D., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2024), Emerging technologies and shifting consumer motives: projecting the future of the top-tier sports media product, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 203, 123366.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Nalbantis, G., Pawlowski, T., Schreyer, D. (2023), Substitution effects and the transnational demand for European soccer telecasts, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 24 (4), pp. 407–442.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Singleton, C., Reade, J. J., Schreyer, D. (2023), A decade of violence and empty stadiums in Egypt: when does emotion from the terraces affect behaviour on the pitch?, Empirical Economics, Vol. 65 (3), pp. 1487–1507.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2022), Career adaptability and career success: a constructive replication study, Journal of Personnel Psychology, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 115-124.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schlembach, C., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Wunderlich, L. (2022), Forecasting the Olympic medal distribution: a socioeconomic machine learning model, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 175, 121314.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Krause, F., Chan, H. F., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Which female makes it to the top? exploring the gender differences in the role of nuanced personality and psychosocial traits in elite sports career progression, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Vol. 138, 103767.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Chan, H. F., Ulrich, F., Altman, H., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2022), Beyond performance? The importance of subjective and objective physical appearance in award nominations and receptions in football, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Vol. 204, pp. 271-289.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Ansari, P. (2022), Stadium attendance demand research: a scoping review, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 23 (6), pp. 749–788.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Eliminating supportive crowds reduces referee bias, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 60 (3), pp. 1416-1436.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Humphreys, B. R., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2022), Separating the crowds: examining home and away attendances at football matches, SSRN eLibrary / Social Science Research Network.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Fühner, J., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2021), Are diversified football clubs better prepared for a crisis? First empirical evidence from the stock market, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 21 (3), pp. 350-373.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Kassis, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Sutter, M. (2021), Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments: evidence from a natural field experiment, Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 126, pp. 278-287.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Stadium attendance demand during the COVID-19 crisis: early empirical evidence from Belarus, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 28 (18), pp. 1542-1547.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bryson, A., Dolton, P., Reade, J., Schreyer, D., Singleton, C. (2021), Causal effects of an absent crowd on performances and refereeing decisions during Covid-19, Economics Letters, Vol. 198, 109664.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2021), Predicting season ticket holder no-show behaviour: more nuanced evidence from Switzerland, Applied Economics, Vol. 53 (48), pp. 5549-5566.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Lenz, M., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2020), The impact of personality traits on talents’ performance throughout development phases: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics, Vol. 52 (37), pp. 4073-4091.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D., Torgler, B. (2020), Anticipated feelings and support for public mega projects: hosting the Olympic Games, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol. 158, 120158.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Frevel, N., Schreyer, D. (2020), Behavioral responses to terrorist attacks: empirical evidence from professional football, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 27 (3), pp. 244-247.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Meier, H., Schreyer, D., Jetzke, M. (2020), German Handball TV demand: did it pay for the Handball-Bundesliga to move from free- to pay-TV?, European Sport Management Quarterly, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 618-635.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D., Schmidt, S., Torgler, B. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (4), pp. 580-602.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Streicher, T., Schmidt, S., Schreyer, D. (2019), Referenda on hosting the Olympics: what drives voter turnout?, Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 20 (5), pp. 627-653.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Bergmann, A., Schreyer, D. (2019), Factors that shape the demand for international football games across different age groups, International Journal of Sport Finance, Vol. 14 (1), pp. 13–23.

Download
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group

Schreyer, D. (2019), Football spectator no-show behavior in the German Bundesliga, Applied Economics, Vol. 51 (45), pp. 4882-4901.

Download