The SAGE Handbook of Sport Management (inbunden)
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The SAGE Handbook of Sport Management (inbunden)

The SAGE Handbook of Sport Management

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The SAGE Handbook of Sport Management draws together the best current research on the major topics relevant to the field of sports management, including leadership, gender, diversity, development, policy, tourism, and media. Edited by two of the most respected figures in the field, the handbook includes contributions from leading sport management academics from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, USA, the UK and Europe.
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The Sage Handbook of Sport Management is a what’s what from the who’s who of sport management academia. This book provides a comprehensive review of what we know about sport management.  The handbook provides a detailed yet accessible overview of the many fields within the sport management discipline.  I will be keeping my copy close at hand.

This is a very welcome volume with contributions from many of the leading authorities in sport management covering the full range of issues addressed by sport management. As well as providing a great guide to the traditional core of the subject such as organisational behaviour, governance, marketing and sponsorship, economics and finance, HR and event management, the Handbook also covers several of the cutting-edge developments including corporate social responsibility, equality and diversity, sustainability, and the political dimension. Russell and Milena have to be congratulated on producing a high-quality book that will engage academics, students and practitioners alike.

The editors of the SAGE Handbook of Sport Management have succeeded in compiling a highly attractive combination of experts’ views on a broad range of critical topics in international sport management. Their book is a valuable contribution to this rapidly developing field that provides fruitful insights to scientists, practitioners, and students alike. It is in particular a good book to deliver a comprehensive overview on a great variety of topics. Thus, I highly recommend the SAGE Handbook of Sport Management to anybody who has a scientific interest in the field or is involved in it in others way, such as managers or politicians but also to students that want to get an updated basic understanding of topics in sport management.

In this outstanding Handbook of Sport Management, Drs. Hoye and Parent, two leading sport management scholars, have invited a diverse group of established or rising scholars to provide fundamental explanations and in-depth analyses of a wide range of sport business concepts and challenging issues contemporarily faced by various sectors of the global sport industry. I have enjoyed reading through the chapters containing theories derived from empirical evidences and application principles generated from best practices. This handbook can be a wonderful textbook for an introduction to sport management course or used as a reference resource by students, instructors, researchers, and practitioners.

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Russell Hoye, PhD is the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research Development and Director of Sport at La Trobe University, Australia, having previously served as Director of the Centre for Sport and Social Impact. His research interests are in corporate governance, public policy, volunteer management and the impact of sport on individuals and society. He has secured more than $3.5M AUD in research funding from the Australian Research Council and the Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council as well as contracted research and consulting projects for the Australian Sports Commission, Netball Australia, Bowls Australia, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development, Sport and Recreation Victoria, Victorian Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority, Northern Football League, Victorian Amateur Football Association, Melbourne Racing Club and many state sport organisations.

He has published more than 50 refereed journal articles that have appeared in the Journal of Sport Management, Sport Management Review, European Sport Management Quarterly, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, Journal of the American Medical Association, British Journal of Management, Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, and Public Management Review. Russ has published seven books with colleagues, is the Editor of the Sport Management Series for Routledge and is a member of the editorial boards for the International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, Sport Management Review and the Journal of Global Sport Management.

Milena M. Parent, Ph.D. obtained her doctorate from the University of Alberta. Currently an Associate Professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada) and at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (Oslo, Norway), she is also a lecturer in the MEMOS (Executive Masters in Sport Organizations Management) program. A Research Fellow of the North American Society for Sport Management, she also sits on the Canadian Sport Policy 2012s Policy Implementation and Monitoring Work Group, and is a former Early Researcher Award holder from the Government of Ontario.
Her expertise is in organization theory and strategic management of sports events, particularly in terms of governance, network and stakeholder management. Her research has been supported by numerous organizations, including the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the International Olympic Committee, and she has consulted for a number of organizations, such as the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages and the Aquatic Federation of Canada. She teaches in English and French at the undergraduate and graduate levels an...


01 Sport Management - Russell Hoye & Milena M. Parent SECTION 1 FUNDAMENTALS & KEY CONCEPTS 02 Corporate Governance - Russell Hoye 03 Strategic Management - Mike Szymanski & Richard A. Wolfe 04 Organizational Structure - Danny O'Brien and Lisa Gowthorp 05 Human Resource Management - Tracy Taylor 06 Leadership in Sport Management - Packianathan Chelladurai and John J. Miller 07 Organizational Culture - Eric MacIntosh 08 Financial Management - Dennis Coates and Pamela Wicker 09 Sport Marketing - Aaron C.T. Smith 10 Performance Management - Joanne MacLean SECTION 2 CHALLENGES & ISSUES 11 Sport policy and politics - Barrie Houlihan 12 Regulating Sport - Bob Stewart 13 Sports Development - Michael P. Sam 14 Sport for Development and Peace - Simon C. Darnell and David Marchesseault 15 Program Evaluation - Katie Misener 16 Interorganizational Relationships in Sport: From Theory to Practice - Kathy Babiak and Annick Willem 17 Gender Issues - Sally Shaw 18 Diversity and Inclusion in Sport - George B. Cunningham 19 Sport and the Media - Matthew Nicholson and Merryn Sherwood 20 Sport Brands and Consumers - Dana Ellis 21 Sport Sponsorship and Endorsements - T. Bettina Cornwell 22 Sports Tourism - Mike Weed 23 Event Bidding, Legacy, and Leverage - Laurence Chalip 24 Event Management - Milena M. Parent 25 Volunteer Management - Graham Cuskelly 26 Stadia Management - Robin Ammon 27 The Economics of Sport - Stephanie Gerretsen and Mark S. Rosentraub 28 Industrial Relations in Sport - Dan Mason 29 Corporate Social Responsibility - Aubrey Kent 30 Sport, the natural environment, and sustainability - Greg Dingle SECTION 3 FUTURES 31 Conclusion - Russell Hoye & Milena M. Parent