Stephen Dobson

Professor Stephen Dobson

Professor

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Business School

Qualifications

  • PhD

Summary

Stephen Dobson has been teaching economics in universities since 1984. He joined Hull University in January 2011. He has also worked at Nottingham Trent University, Otago University, Queen's University Belfast, University of Central Lancashire, Leeds University, Reading University and the University of the West Indies (Trinidad). Stephen is originally from Leicester and is a lifelong fan of Leicester City FC.

Journal Article

Revenue sharing in a sports league with an open market in playing talent

Dobson, S., & Goddard, J. (2014). Revenue sharing in a sports league with an open market in playing talent. Theoretical Economics Letters, 4(6), 410-414. https://doi.org/10.4236/tel.2014.46052

Why is corruption less harmful to income inequality in Latin America?

Dobson, S., & Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2012). Why is corruption less harmful to income inequality in Latin America?. World Development, 40(8), 1534-1545. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2012.04.015

Inequality, corruption and the informal sector

Dobson, S., & Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2012). Inequality, corruption and the informal sector. Economics letters, 115(1), 104-107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2011.11.034

Optimizing strategic behaviour in a dynamic setting in professional team sports

Dobson, S., & Goddard, J. (2010). Optimizing strategic behaviour in a dynamic setting in professional team sports. European journal of operational research, 205(3), 661-669. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2010.01.024

Is there a trade-off between income inequality and corruption? Evidence from Latin America

Dobson, S., & Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2010). Is there a trade-off between income inequality and corruption? Evidence from Latin America. Economics letters, 107(2), 102-104. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econlet.2009.12.038

Postgraduate supervision

Professor Dobson welcomes applications in the economics of sport.