International Research on Sports Economics and Production
Edited by Gregory T. Papanikos
ISBN: 960-88672-2-3, 320 pages, Hardback
First published in 2005 by ATINER
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|Table of Contents||Page|
|International Research on Sports Economics and Production: An Introduction|
|PART 1 The Economics and Management of Professional Sports|
|Sport Management in South Africa: The Brand Equity of the South African Super 12 Rugby Brands|
|Resource-Based View: The Success Factors of English Premiership Football Clubs|
De Mel, S.
|Ambush Marketing: A Case Study of the Turkish National Football Team|
Argan, M. and Suher, K.
|Impulse Buying Behavior of Sport Team-Licensed Merchandise |
|The Determinants of Consumer Expenditure on Sports: A Tobit Model|
Lera-López, F. and Rapún-Gárate, M.
|The Participation of Soccer Spectators During Matches: A Research on Fenerbahce’s Fans in Turkey|
Suher, K., Argan, M. and Özer, A.
|Forecasting the Professional Team Sporting Events: Evidence from Euro 2000 and 2004 Football Tournaments|
|Sponsorship in Sport Organizations: Analyze of Sponsors of Turkish Football Team in 2002 World Cup|
|Transfer Market Externalities and the Potential Need to Compensate Soccer Clubs for Releasing their Players to National Team Games|
Benz, M.-A. and Franck, E.
|Motivation in Sports-NGOs|
|Sports Broadcasting as Global Cultural Goods or the Listed Events’ Regulation in the EC|
|Creative Accounting in Italian Football Companies: Ethical Issues and the Impact of International Accounting Standards (IAS) on Listed Clubs|
|The Confirmation of Sports Law and the Creation of Sports Criminology|
|PART 2 The Economics and Management of Mega Athletic Events|
|The Olympic Village of Barcelona: Urban Residential Development and Socio-Economic Impact|
|Impact of the 2004 Olympic Games on Land Planning and Organisation in Athens|
Henry, A. and Gillon, P.
|How to Monitor Olympics - Longitudinal Surveys on Winter Olympics: Torino 2006|
|Sport and Sport Events as a Driving Forces for Economic and Tourism Development|
Weiermair, K. and Mueller, S.
|Is ‘Football Tourism’ a Beneficial Alternative for Resort Establishments’ Low Season Applications?|
|When Sports Become Economics in the Third World: Sport Economics in Ecuador from the Public Sector Point of View|
Vela Dávila, S.
|PART 3 Sport Production|
|Sports Associativism, German-Brazilian Identity and the Rise of Sports in Porto Alegre, Brazil|
Zarpellon-Mazo, J. and Reppold-Filho, A.R.
|Connection Between Theoretical Knowledge of Physical Activity, Attitudes Toward Physical Activity and Physical Activity in Spare Time of Slovenian Youth|
Marcina, P., Škof, B., Boben, D., Cecić Erpič, S. and Zabukovec, V.
|Culture and Tacit Knowledge in Sport Organizations|
Kaiser, S. and Keiner R.
|Democratization of Sport and Leisure in Porto Alegre: A Study of Public Policies from 1989 to 2000|
Reppold-Filho, A.-R. and Dos Santos, H.-T.