Publications and media reports
Winchester, N. (2008). Shifting the ‘goal posts’: Optimizing the allocation of competition points for sporting contests, Journal of Analysis of Sports, 4(4), 1-15.
Lenten, L.J.A. and N. Winchester (2010). Optimal bonus points in the Australian Football League, Economic Papers, 29(4), 407-420.
Winchester, N. and R. Stefani (2013). An innovative approach to National Football League standings using bonus points, Applied Economics, 45(1), 123-134.
Winchester, N. (2014). Should bonus points be included in the Six Nations Championship? New Zealand Economic Papers, 48(1), 96-101.
Lenten, L. and N. Winchester (2015). Secondary Behavioural incentives: bonus points and rugby professionals, Economic Record, 386-398.
Were the Waratahs cheated out of a Super 14 semi-final spot? The Roar, 20 May, 2009.
Carlton ‘robbed’ of home final in first week, The Roar, 31 August, 2009.
Crusaders better than league tables suggest, The Roar, 21 June, 2011.
AFL ladder: Collingwood ‘lucky’ to have double-chance says study, The Roar, 3 September 2012.
A Better Way to Rank NFL Teams, From a New Zealander, Bloomberg Business, 28 December, 2012.
Upsets in Rugby: Not so Surprising, The Economist, October 7, 2015.
Three points are better than seven: Why rugby teams should go for penalties not tries, The Economist, October 16, 2015.