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Published on April 21, 2008

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Gross Domestic Product vs. Complexity:  Gross Domestic Product vs. Complexity Are the Olympics economy based? Thesis:  Thesis Initial: As a country’s GDP increases, the complexity measure of the event which they win in the Olympics increases. Adjusted: As a country’s GDP increases, the country’s count of Olympic gold medals also increases. Gross Domestic Product:  Gross Domestic Product The total market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given year, equal to total consumer, investment, and government spending, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports. Adjusted for Inflation Per Capita figure Order of Complexity:  Order of Complexity 10,000m run 5,000m run 1,500m run 400m run 200m run 100m run 400m IM 100m breast stroke 200m butterfly 200m backstroke Equestrian Rowing Handball Football (Soccer) GDP vs. Complexity of Event Atlanta 1996;Men:  GDP vs. Complexity of Event Atlanta 1996;Men GDP vs. Complexity of Event Atlanta 1996;Women:  GDP vs. Complexity of Event Atlanta 1996;Women GDP vs. Complexity of Event Sydney 2000;Men:  GDP vs. Complexity of Event Sydney 2000;Men GDP vs. Complexity of Event Sydney 2000;Women:  GDP vs. Complexity of Event Sydney 2000;Women Countries by Prosperity and Gold :  Countries by Prosperity and Gold Countries by Prosperity and Gold:  Countries by Prosperity and Gold Countries by Prosperity and Gold:  Countries by Prosperity and Gold Probability Distribution:  Probability Distribution Categories Country’s Win (study exclusive):  Categories Country’s Win (study exclusive) Swimming Running Complex Cause and Effect:  Cause and Effect GDP Conclusion:  Conclusion GDP and complexity have no significant association GDP and winning Olympic gold do have a relationship due to the idea that the more money available the more money that can be invested in training and facilities for the athletes, the better their performance will be. Looking at the Future:  Looking at the Future A ‘medal count’ based on past performance, GDP, population size, and other advantages/disadvantages. Adjusted rules re: number of team members, amount of money permitted to be spent etc. Slide17:  Questions?

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