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An analysis of world cricket rankings has shown that no matter how performance is measured, Sir Donald Bradman remains the greatest of all time.

In a paper to be published in the Journal of Sports Economics Professor John Mangan from The University of Queensland's School of Economics and Professor Vani Borooah from the University of Ulster expose the defects in ranking batsmen according to their batting average – calculated by the total number of runs a player has scored divided by the number of times they have been out.

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