Handbook on the Economics of Sport (inbunden)
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Szymanski, Stefan
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Handbook on the Economics of Sport (inbunden)

Handbook on the Economics of Sport

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This comprehensive Handbook provides a survey of all the major research areas in sports economics written by almost all of the active researchers in this field. It offers not only an accessible insight into the major findings of the literature but also presents some of the world's principal researchers' views on the unanswered questions that face us today. Issues covered include: * sport in the economy * the demand for sport * cost-benefit analysis of sport * sporting governance and the state * individualistic sports * team sports * dysfunctions in sport including discrimination, doping and corruption. It is an indispensable guide to one of the most lively and rapidly evolving fields of economics.
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'The editors should be commended for taking on such a big task, and succeeding so well. This book should be in the library of every institution where students have to write a paper that may be related to sport, or on the shelf of any lecturer teaching economics or public finance who has even a remote interest in sport. The material is very accessible, and useful in many different settings.' -- Ruud H. Koning, Jahrbucher f. Nationaloekonomie u. Statistik 'Edward Elgar's brilliant market niche is identifying a topic in economics, finding editors who know the area backwards and challenging them to assemble the best cross-section of relevant articles either already published or newly commissioned. Handbook on the Economics of Sport is Edward Elgar at its very best. If you love economics you'll find many fascinating insights here; if you love sport but know little economics then this book is mostly accessible and will teach you a lot; and if you are a sports-mad economist then you will be in hog heaven. Furthermore, if, like this reviewer, you are broadly very sceptical about the reports consultants produce for governments on the supposed economic windfall from hosting a big event or subsidising a stadium then you will get a lot of good counter-arguments in this volume. Indeed there are several chapters on the above theme that I'm sure I'll be copying frequently to government officials in years to come. . . The demand for sport is a fascinating subject and it is hard to pick out just one chapter from the second section. Read them all - they make a wonderful 65-page treat. . . Part VI was a real feast, a smorgasbord. . . This is a magnificent piece of work and the 36-page index rounds it all off splendidly.' -- John Blundell, Economic Affairs 'The book covers the most important areas of research of an emerging economic sub-discipline spanning the past half a century. It serves admirably the purpose of an introduction into the rich and growing area of reflection for all concerned. . . the editors and authors of the Handbook have done a commendable job of accumulating sophisticated material for many economists, managers, politicians and self-conscious fans, who are sure to find excellent training ground for the whole heptathlon. . . This book will be invaluable for advanced students investigating professional sport. From the point of view of lawyers, particularly those engaged with the relationship between law and sports governance, the Handbook offers invaluable analysis of the economic issues that are alluded to in those debates but rarely examined in detail. . . These insights will also prove useful for policy analysts and sports administrators for whom many sections should be considered mandatory reading.' -- Aleksander Sulejewicz, Journal of Contemporary European Research 'Over 800 pages on the economics of sport. What a feast! What a treat! The editors have done a wonderful job both in terms of breadth - from David Beckham to child labour in Pakistan - and depth, tournaments and luxury taxes for example. . . The 86 chapters are uniformly of a very high standard and illuminating. And there are real gems in some of the contributions.' -- British Journal on the Economics of Sport 'This very interesting and comprehensive book achieves its objective, namely to present an overview of research in sports economics at an introductory level. . . [The editors] have produced an excellent reference book that belongs in all academic institutions' libraries. It provides extensive introduction to the growing body of literature in the rising field of economics of sport. The book's relevant monographs should be read by institutions, cities and countries prior to their committing major resources towards sports facilities or a sporting event.' -- James Angresano, Journal of Sports Economics 'One could think of this book as the sports-and-economics counterpart to Joy of Cooking, because it will satisfy the needs of those with a keen interest in such

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Edited by Wladimir Andreff, Professor Emeritus, University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, France and Stefan Szymanski, University of Michigan, US


Contents: Introduction: Sport and Economics Wladimir Andreff and Stefan Szymanski PART I: SPORT IN THE ECONOMY 1. Sports Accounting Wladimir Andreff 2. The Production of Professional Team Sports Jeff Borland 3. The Sports Goods Industries Wladimir Andreff 4. Sport and Gambling David Forrest 5. Sponsorship Claude Jeanrenaud 6. International Trade in Sports Goods Wladimir Andreff PART II: DEMAND FOR SPORT 7. The Demand for Sport Jean-Jacques Gouguet 8. The Demand for Spectator Sports Rob Simmons 9. Attendance at Sports Events Patrick Feehan 10. The Demand for Sports Broadcasting Babatunde Buraimo 11. The Demand for Media Coverage Frederic Bolotny and Jean-Francois Bourg PART III: COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF SPORT 12. Economic Impact Analysis Victor Matheson 13. Physical Activity, Sport and Health Jean-Francois Nys 14. Employment in Sport Didier Primault 15. Sporting Externalities Jean-Jacques Gouguet and Eric Barget 16. The Economic Impact of Mega-sporting Events Robert A. Baade 17. The Olympics Holger Preuss 18. The World Cup Markus Kurscheidt 19. The Economic Impact of Sporting Facilities Brad R. Humphreys 20. Voluntary Work in Sport Wladimir Andreff PART IV: SPORTING GOVERNANCE AND THE STATE 21. Governance and Governing Bodies in Sport Thomas Hoehn 22. The Economics of the IOC Jean-Loup Chappelet 23. Government Objectives and Sport Barrie Houlihan 24. Central Government and Sport Jean-Francois Nys 25. Sport and Financing Wladimir Andreff 26. Military Sport Jean-Francois Nys 27. Local Government and Regional Development in Sport Carlos Pestana Barros 28. The European Model of Sport Peter J. Sloane 29. The Anglo-American Model of Sport Stefan Szymanski 30. Sport in Developing Countries Wladimir Andreff 31. Soviet and Post-Soviet Sport Sandrine Poupaux 32. International Labour Migration Wladimir Andreff 33. Comparative Advantage of Nations Wladimir Andreff PART V: INDIVIDUALISTIC SPORTS 34. The Theory of Tournaments Stefan Szymanski 35. Implications from the Theory of Contests for Modelling and Designing Sports Competitions Gerd Muehlheusser 36. Citius, Altius, Fortius: The Production of World Records in the Running and Technical Disciplines in Track and Field Bernd Frick, Joachim Prinz and Frank Tolsdorf 37. On the Competitive Structure in Professional Boxing, Or Why the Best Boxers Very Seldom Fight Each Other Rafael Tenorio 38. Golf Chantelle Bramley 39. The Economics of British Horseracing Wray Vamplew 40. The Economics of Collegiate Athletics Karl W. Einolf 41. The Economics of US Intercollegiate Sports and the NCAA Robert Sandy 42. The Economics of Cycling Michel Desbordes 43. Extreme Sports (Climbing and Mountaineering) Gilles Rotillon 44. The Economics of Tennis Eric Barget PART VI: TEAM SPORTS 45. The Development of Team Sports Before 1914 Wray Vamplew A. The Economics of Professional Sports and Leagues 46. Organisational Models of Professional Team Sports Leagues Andrew Zimbalist 47. Baseball Economics Stefan Szymanski 48. The Economics of Soccer John Goddard 49. Football in England Stefan Szymanski 50. The State of the Italian Football Industry Umberto Lago 51. The Economics of Soccer in Spain Jaume Garcia and Placido Rodriguez 52. Football in Germany Bernd Frick 53. Football in France Frederic Bolotny 54. American Football Michael Leeds 55. Labour Economics on the Hardwood: the NBA David J. Berri 56. European Professional Basketball in Crisis, 1992-2002 Didier Primault 57. Ice Hockey Marc Lavoie 58. The Economic Development of the Australian Football League Ross Booth 59. Rugby: Strategy and Structure John McMillan 60. The Economics of Professional Rugby Pierre Chaix 61. The Economics of Cricket Ian Preston B. Principal Economic Issues 62. Uncertainty of Outcome, Competitive Balance and the Theory of Team Sports Stefan Szymanski 63. The Objective Function of a Team Stefan Kesenne 64. Production Functions for Sport