Research finds that football teams retain their home advantage when playing with no crowd, questioning previous notions that this home advantage results from supporters shouting and singing for their club.
Attendance at football games is largely determined by economic trends. This results from research by Jan van Ours, Professor of Applied Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, that was featured in Forbes.
Foreign parent companies of companies that have received a lot of wage support in the Netherlands pay out hundreds of millions in profits to shareholders. However crooked this may seem, the companies are not doing anything wrong legally, Peter Kavelaars explains in an interview with BNR Nieuwsradio.