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Home Advantage in the Brazilian Elite Football: Verifying managers' capacity to outperform their disadvantage

  title={Home Advantage in the Brazilian Elite Football: Verifying managers' capacity to outperform their disadvantage},
  author={Carlos Denner dos Santos and J. Orlando Alves},
  journal={arXiv: General Economics},
Home advantage (HA) in football, soccer is well documented in the literature; however, the explanation for such phenomenon is yet to be completed, as this paper demonstrates that it is possible to overcome such disadvantage through managerial planning and intervention (tactics), an effect so far absent in the literature. To accomplish that, this study develops an integrative theoretical model of team performance to explain HA based on prior literature, pushing its limits to unfold the manager… 

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