As much as I bust the chops of GS management for their gaffes and lack of judgment, I still have to admire Goldman for putting together this research report on World Cup and Economics 2010.

Good stuff.

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World Cup 2010 Doc

Category: Sports, Think Tank

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2 Responses to “World Cup and Economics 2010”

  1. [...] > Be sure to check out the Goldman research piece on World Cup Soccer World Cup and Economics 2010 [...]

  2. [...] based my calculation on data from this Goldman Sachs report (found via Trystero via Barry Ritholtz). More precisely, I’ve taken Goldman Sachs’ estimated probability of winning the [...]