The Business of Sports

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ISBN: 9780763780784
Release Date: 2011-01-07
Number of pages: 770
Author: Scott Rosner
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

Download and read online The Business of Sports in PDF and EPUB The Business of Sports, Second Edition is a comprehensive collection of readings that focus on the multibillion-dollar sports industry and the dilemmas faced by todays sports business leaders. It contains a dynamic set of readings to provide a complete overview of major sports business issues. The Second Edition covers professional, Olympic, and collegiate sports, and highlights the major issues that impact each of these broad categories. The Second Edition continue to provide insight from a variety of stakeholders in the industry and cover the major business disciplines of management, marketing, finance, information technology, accounting, ethics and law. In addition, it features concise introductions, targeted discussion questions, and graphs and tables to convey relevant financial data and other statistics discussed. This book is designed for current and future sports business leaders as well as those interested in the inner-workings of the industry.


The Business of Sport Management

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ISBN: 0273682687
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 496
Author: John Beech
Publisher: Pearson Education

Download and read online The Business of Sport Management in PDF and EPUB This book looks at the distinctive context of sports organisations in both theoretical and practical terms. It examines sports management theories and practice within functional areas such as finance, human resource management and marketing. It also considers important contemporary issues such as risk management, the media, sponsorship, merchandising, and management information systems in sport.


The Business of Sports

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ISBN: 9781317430537
Release Date: 2017-02-17
Number of pages: 470
Author: Mark Conrad
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online The Business of Sports in PDF and EPUB The Business of Sports provides a comprehensive foundation of the economic, organizational, legal and political components of the sports industry. Geared for journalism, communication and business students, but also an excellent resource for those working in sports, this text introduces readers to the ever-increasing complexity of an industry that is in constant flux. Now in its third edition, the volume continues to offer a wealth of statistics and case studies, up to date with the newest developments in sports business and focused on cutting-edge issues and topics, including the many changes in international sports and the role of analytics in decision-making and tax rules that have a major effect on athletes and teams.


International Cases in the Business of Sport

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ISBN: 9781317623502
Release Date: 2017-02-28
Number of pages: 286
Author: Simon Chadwick
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online International Cases in the Business of Sport in PDF and EPUB Contemporary sport is big business. Major teams, leagues, franchises, merchandisers and retailers are in fierce competition in a dynamic global marketplace. Now in a fully revised and updated second edition, International Cases in the Business of Sport presents an unparalleled range of cutting-edge case studies that show how contemporary sport business is done and provides insight into commercial management practice. Written by a team of international experts, these case studies cover organisations and events as diverse as the NBA, the Americas Cup, the Tour de France, the PGA tour, FC Barcelona and the Australian Open tennis. They explore key contemporary themes in sport business and management, such as broadcast rights, social media, strategic development, ownership models, mega-events, sports retailing, globalisation, corruption and financial problems. Each case study also includes discussion questions, recommended reading and links to useful web resources. International Cases in the Business of Sport is an essential companion to any sport business or sport management course, and fascinating reading for any sport business professional looking to deepen their understanding of contemporary management.


The Business of Sports Agents

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ISBN: 9780812292794
Release Date: 2016-03-22
Number of pages: 272
Author: Kenneth L. Shropshire
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

Download and read online The Business of Sports Agents in PDF and EPUB Successful sports agents are comfortable with high finance and intense competition for the right to represent talented players, and the most respected agents are those who can deal with the pressures of high-stakes negotiations in an honest fashion. But whereas rules and penalties govern the playing field, there are far fewer restrictions on agents. In The Business of Sports Agents, Kenneth L. Shropshire, Timothy Davis, and N. Jeremi Duru, experts in the fields of sports business and law, examine the history of the sports agent business and the rules and laws developed to regulate the profession. They also consider recommendations for reform, including uniform laws that would apply to all agents, redefining amateurism in college sports, and stiffening requirements for licensing agents. This revised and expanded third edition brings the volume up to date on recent changes in the industry, including: —the emergence and dominance of companies such as Creative Artists Agency and Wasserman Media Group —high-profile cases of agent misconduct, principally Josh Luchs, whose agent certification was revoked by the NFLPA —legal challenges against the NCAA that may fundamentally change the definition of amateurism —changes to agent regulations resulting from new collective bargaining agreements in all of the major professional sports —evaluation of the effectiveness of the Uniform Athlete Agents Act (2000) to regulate agent conduct —issues faced by the increasing number of agents representing athletes who work abroad as well as athletes from abroad who work in the United States. Whether aspiring sports agent, lawyer, athlete seeking an agent, or simply interested in understanding the world of sports representation, the reader will find in The Business of Sports Agents the most comprehensive overview of the industry as well as a straightforward analysis of its problems and proposed solutions.


Beyond the Scoreboard

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ISBN: 9781450414630
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Publisher: Human Kinetics

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The name of the game

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ISBN: UOM:39015047514453
Release Date: 1994-03-16
Number of pages: 278
Author: Jerry Gorman
Publisher: Wiley

Download and read online The name of the game in PDF and EPUB Looks at professional sports from a business standpoint, including their source of income, expenses, the economics of expansion, and pressure to retain expensive players


Sports Justice

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ISBN: 9781555537005
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 214
Author: Roger I. Abrams
Publisher: UPNE

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The Business of Sports Economic perspectives on sport

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ISBN: 0275993426
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 410
Author: Brad R. Humphreys
Publisher: Praeger Publishers

Download and read online The Business of Sports Economic perspectives on sport in PDF and EPUB "The sports industry is large, visible, and growing -- and it has a huge impact on society. That's obvious to die-hard fans who not only watch sporting events but buy everything from balls to ties to paperweights with their favorite team's logo. But even sports haters can't escape the onslaught of professional sports: They are asked to chip in as taxpayers to build public stadiums, and their children are, like it or not, exposed to events sponsored by alcohol and tobacco companies, not to mention the juvenile antics of star athletes. Businesses, of course, take a hit in productivity when the Olympics -- or World Series or Super Bowl or World Cup -- roll around. Yet most of us love to watch and play. The Business of Sports takes on this endlessly fascinating behemoth of an industry to make sense of it all. Yes, sports is big business. How big? Estimates of total annual U.S. spending on sporting goods and services range from $250 to $560 billion a year, and spending related to organized sports alone has been estimated at $200 billion per year. And it's getting bigger, casting an ever-larger shadow over the entire globe. The Business of Sports throws light on the subject by exploring the business and economic dynamics of the industry from a diverse array of perspectives that cover the industry's macroeconomic, management, and marketing/promotion issues"--Publisher description.


Managing the Business of Sport

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ISBN: 9781135167394
Release Date: 2013-03-01
Number of pages: 496
Author: Linda Trenberth
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Managing the Business of Sport in PDF and EPUB This authoritative and comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of sports management helps to explain the modern commercial environment that shapes sport at all levels and gives clear and sensible guidance on best practice in sports management, from elite sport to the local level. With useful features included throughout, such as chapter summaries and definitions of key terms, and with each chapter supported with real-world data and examples, this book is essential reading for all students of sport management and sport business.


The Business of Sport

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ISBN: 1841260568
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Darlene Kluka
Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Verlag

Download and read online The Business of Sport in PDF and EPUB Perspectives offers: the thorough dissemination of sport science information to all interested organisations and institutions, and the application of sport science results to practical areas of sport. In each volume of Perspectives, expert contributions from several different sport science disciplines address relevant physical education and sport science themes.This volume includes 12 chapters with international viewpoints from leading practitioners and researchers on key issues affecting the big business of sport such as: nation-building, volunteerism, women's impact on sport business, agents and athletes, sport management degree programmes, a behind the scenes look at professional sport and an outlook for the future.


The Business Of Cricket The Story Of Sports Marketing In India

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ISBN: 9789351360681
Release Date: 2014-10-17
Number of pages:
Author: Santhanam Vijay
Publisher: HarperCollins

Download and read online The Business Of Cricket The Story Of Sports Marketing In India in PDF and EPUB The Business of Cricket: The Story of Sports Marketing in India. HOW SPORTS MARKETING HAS BOWLED US OVER Sports marketing is all-pervasive today - no matter where you look, there is no escaping a Dhoni, a Tendulkar or a Sehwag. It wasn't always like this. There was a time when sportspersons got fame from sport, but not the money commensurate with that fame. Then Sunil Gavaskar, India's first batsman-entrepreneur, came along, and in his wake followed Kapil Dev and Sachin Tendulkar. Helped by television and competing multinational brands vying to expand their market in a liberalizing India, sports marketing, which in India is synonymous with cricket, exploded. The culmination of this process was the Indian Premier League (IPL), a brilliant marketing concept that was a win-win for players, sponsors, media and viewers alike. This book, written by two sports enthusiasts who are also ace sports marketers with a combined international experience of forty years in marketing, takes us on an engaging and informative journey through the highs and lows of sports marketing in India. Along the way, the authors explain what constitutes good sports marketing, how the market can be expanded, what the prospects are for sports other than cricket, and why the sports fan needs to be better treated. An incisive, heartfelt book that will appeal to sports fans, marketers, advertisers as well as administrators.


The business of sports

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ISBN: UOM:39015004665991
Release Date: 1973-06
Number of pages: 220
Author: William P. Lineberry
Publisher: H. W. Wilson

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Pay Dirt

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ISBN: 0691015740
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 538
Author: James P. Quirk
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online Pay Dirt in PDF and EPUB Why would a Japanese millionaire want to buy the Seattle Mariners baseball team, when he has admitted that he has never played in or even seen a baseball game? Cash is the answer: major league baseball, like professional football, basketball, and hockey, is now big business with the potential to bring millions of dollars in profits to owners. Not very long ago, however, buying a sports franchise was a hazardous investment risked only by die-hard fans wealthy enough to lose parts of fortunes made in other businesses. What forces have changed team ownership from sports-fan folly to big-business savvy? Why has The Wall Street Journal become popular reading in pro sports locker rooms? And why are sports pages now dominated by economic clashes between owners and players, cities with franchises and cities without them, leagues and players' unions, and team lawyers and players' lawyers? In answering these questions, James Quirk and Rodney Fort have written the most complete book on the business and economics of professional sports, past and present. Pay Dirt offers a wealth of information and analysis on the reserve clause, salary determination, competitive balance in sports leagues, the market for franchises, tax sheltering, arenas and stadiums, and rival leagues. The authors present an abundance of historical material, much of it new, including team ownership histories and data on attendance, TV revenue, stadium and arena contracts, and revenues and costs. League histories, team statistics, stories about players and owners, and sports lore of all kinds embellish the work. Quirk and Fort are writing for anyone interested in sports in the 1990s: players, players' agents, general managers, sportswriters, and, most of all, sports fans.


The Business of Sports

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ISBN: OCLC:505017208
Release Date: 2008
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Author: Dennis Ramsay Howard
Publisher:

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