Tim Pawlowski studied Economics at the University of Cologne and Sport Management at the German Sport University where he also earned his Ph.D. in 2009. In 2012 he joined the University of Tübingen as Full Professor of Sport Economics (Chair in Sport Economics, Sport Management and Media Research). Tim’s research is focused on the economics of league competitions, the econometric analysis of sports demand as well as the financing of sport systems and was supported with research grants from the German Research Foundation (DFG), UEFA and FIFA. He is one of the founding members of the European Sport Economics Association (ESEA) and was principal investigator in several research projects – amongst others for the Federal Ministry of Finance in Germany and Major League Soccer (MLS) in North America – as well as guest speaker invited by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Sports Committee of the German National Parliament.
Perceived game uncertainty, suspense and the demand for sport. Economic Inquiry, doi 10.1111/ecin.12462, forthcoming (jointly with G. Nalbantis & D. Coates).
Sports participation and social capital formation during adolescence, Social Science Quarterly, doi 10.1111/ssqu.12453, forthcoming (jointly with U. Schüttoff, P. Downward, M. Lechner)
Can sport really help to meet the Millennium Development Goals? Evidence from children in Peru, Journal of Sports Economics, doi 10.1177/1527002516661601, forthcoming (jointly with U. Schüttoff, P. Downward, M. Lechner).
Competition format, championship uncertainty and stadium attendance in European football – a small league perspective. Applied Economics, doi 10.1080/00036846.2015.1023949, 2015 (jointly with G. Nalbantis).
On the release of players to national teams. Journal of Sports Economics, doi: 10.1177/1527002513503173, 2013 (jointly with O. Gürtler & M. Lang).
Testing the uncertainty of outcome hypothesis in European professional football - A stated preference approach. Journal of Sports Economics, 14(4), 341-367, 2013.