In collaboration with Ronan Gallagher (University of Edinburgh) I am investigating how financial fair play regulation (henceforth FFP) affects the relative performance of top flight professional football teams in Europe. Using panel data from on the top two Tiers of English Football, we will use multi-dimensional benchmarking techniques to capture the heterogeneous nature of professional football teams and then retrospectively assess how FFP affect their relative performance. Our goal is to shed light on the potential opportunity cost of such financial regulation in professional sport team management.
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Google is fast becoming a centralised source of IT services and a information bank for a global audience. below is an intriguing article on its structure, focus and potential future.
Google: The World’s First Information Utility?
The idea of information utilities came to naught in the 70s and 80s, but the world wide web, the Internet, mobile access, and a plethora of access devices have now made information utilities within reach. Google’s business model, IT infrastructure, and innovation strategies have created the capabilities needed for Google to become the world’s first global information utility. But, the difficulty of monetizing utility services and concerns about privacy, which could bring government regulation, might stymie Google’s growth plans.
by Rex Chen
Prof. Kenneth L. Kraemer, PhD
University of California, Irvine
Center for Research on Information Technology and Organization (CRITO)
5251 California Ave., Ste. 250
Irvine, CA 92697
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