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David Forrest

Professor of Economics

University of Salford

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University of Salford

The Crescent

Salford, Manchester,M5 4WT

United Kingdom

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Employment History

Professor of Economics

University of Liverpool


VJME Editor

ASME Incorporated


Professor

RMIT University


Affiliations

Responsible Gambling Strategy Board

Board Member


Macau Polytechnic Institute

Honorary Professor


International Journal of Music Education

Member of the Editorial Board


National Executive of the Australian Society of Music

Member


ISME galleries

Board Member


Education

PhD


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Centre for the Study of Gambling| Salford Business School | University of Salford - A Greater ManchesterUniversity

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Professor David Forrest
David Forrest Concise CV Full CV (pdf)


All Staff | Salford Business School | University of Salford - A Greater Manchester University

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Professor David Forrest D.K.Forrest@salford.ac.uk0161 295 3674


Professor David Forrest | Salford Business School | University of Salford

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Professor David Forrest
Professor David Forrest | Salford Business School | University of Salford Professor David Forrest Salford Business School Professor David Forrest Professor David Forrest David Forrest is an applied economist and econometrician who specialises in analysis of the sports and gambling industries. David Forrest offers two full modules on 'Economics of Gambling', available as a sequence in levels 2 and 3. He contributes to level 2 modules, 'Introduction to Gambling' and 'Sports Economics I'. He is also responsible for 'Managerial Economics' (level 3)


How stadium design affects football results

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After studying over 350,000 individual minutes of Premier League and German Bundesliga football, Dr David Forrest from the Management and Management Sciences Research Institute and his colleagues from Lancaster and Central Lancashire universities have confirmed that the crowd's pressure on a referee's subconscious leads to him producing fewer red and yellow cards to the home team - but that this effect is reduced when the stadium has a running track around it.
Previous studies into refereeing decisions have looked at the number of yellow and red cards awarded to each team during a game, but David felt that this did not include sufficient detail. Instead, the researchers have calculated the probability that a card will be awarded during each minute of a game - allowing other factors which may influence the referee to be considered. David said: "We've been able to take into account the increased tension of a derby match and factors such as the away team having to defend more and having to chase a game late on.


Centre for Economics and Finance Research - CEFR Members

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Dr David Forrest
David Forrest Email: d.k.forrest@salford.ac.uk Phone: 01612953674


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