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For the most part, the papers cited above were written when only a few years of data from the post-free agency period were available.
For example, even if the aggregate rate at which players moved in the pre-free agency period did not differ from the rate in the post-free agency era, if the types or quality of players transferring has been altered, then the invariance thesis would not hold.
The invariance thesis implies that [Gamma] equals zero and the slope coefficients, [Beta], are not significantly different in the pre- and post-free agency periods.
Since information about the productivities of the players becomes available over time and, in the post-free agency era, a player's tenure in the Major Leagues is a critical factor determining eligibility for contract rights, several controls are included to capture the effect of player longevity on mobility.
99 book is available from good bookshops, but Mirror Money readers can obtain it post-free by calling Age Concern Books on 0870 44 22 044 quoting ref no: A1701.
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