スポーツ経済学ハンドブック<br>The SAGE Handbook of Sports Economics(First Edition)

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The SAGE Handbook of Sports Economics(First Edition)

  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9781473979765
  • eISBN:9781526444516

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Sports economics is a well-established and dynamic area of study; a key component in the fields of sport management, sport science and sport studies, as well as in other areas of economics, finance and management. Covering amateur to professional sports, individual events and organised tournaments, this Handbook provides an authoritative contribution to the understanding of sport in the economy.

The editors of The SAGE Handbook of Sports Economics have brought together a global team of respected scholars to create this benchmark collection of insights into sports economics. Each chapter includes a study of a specific context in which issues arise in sports economics, a critical presentation of its main theoretical contributions, an overview of current research findings, and an outline of enquiry for future research. 

PART I: The Nature and Value of the Sports System and Economy
PART II: Amateur Sports Participation, Supply and Impact
PART III: Professional Team Sports
PART IV: Professional Sports Leagues
PART V: Sports Events and their Impacts
PART VI: Individual Sports
PART VII: Future Research

Table of Contents

PART I: The nature and value of the sports system and economy
Chapter 1: Introduction - Paul Downward, Bernd Frick, Brad Humphreys, Tim Pawlowski, Jane Ruseski, & Brian Soebbing
Chapter 2: Origins and Developments of Sports Systems - Wladimir Andreff
Chapter 3: The Economic Value of Sport - Themis Kokolakakis, Chris Gratton, & Guenther Grohall
PART II: Amateur sports participation, supply and impact
Chapter 4: Sports Participation - Paul Downward & Christina Muniz
Chapter 5: Sports Participation and Health - Jane E. Ruseski
Chapter 6: Sport and Social Capital Formation - Tim Pawlowski & Ute Schüttoff
Chapter 7: Recent Evidence on the Effects of Physical Activity on Human Capital and Employment - Michael Lechner & Carina Steckenleiter
Chapter 8: Private Household Consumption in Sport - Fernando Lera-Lopez
Chapter 9: Sports Clubs in Europe: Organisation - Christoph Breuer, Philipp Swierzy, & Svenja Feiler
Chapter 10: Volunteering in Sports Clubs and its Impacts - Pamela Wicker
Chapter 11: The Role of Money and Time Donations in the Supply of Amateur Sport - Kirstin Hallmann & Lea Rossi
Chapter 12: The Economics of the National Collegiate Athletic Association - John J. Siegfried & Allen R. Sanderson
PART III: Professional team sports
Chapter 13: Economic Objective Functions in Team Sports: A Retrospective - Rodney Fort
Chapter 14: European Sports Leagues: Origin and Features - Nicolas Scelles & Jean-François Brocard
Chapter 15: Competition Policy in Sports Markets - Oliver Budzinski
Chapter 16: Competitive Balance: Measurement and Relevance - Tim Pawlowski & Georgios Nalbantis
Chapter 17: Economics of Attendance - Placido Rodriguez
Chapter 18: Exposure and Television Audience Demand: The case of English Premier League Football - Babatunde Buraimo
Chapter 19: Ticket Pricing - Brian P. Soebbing
Chapter 20: Secondary Ticket Markets for Sport Events - Pascal Courty
Chapter 21: The Economics of the Transfer Market - Stefan Kesenne
Chapter 22: Team Production and Efficiency in Sports - Mikael Jamil
Chapter 23: Officials and Home Advantage - James Reade
Chapter 24: Franchise Relocation and Stadium Subsidies - Dennis Coates
PART IV: Professional sports leagues
Chapter 25: The Economics of Professional Soccer - Daniel Weimar
Chapter 26: Cricket - Ian Gregory-Smith, David Paton, & Abhinav Sacheti
Chapter 27: Rugby Union′s Late Conversion to Professionalism: An Economic Perspective - Pat Massey
Chapter 28: "The Answer" and the Economics of Basketball: Perceptions vs. Production - Dave Berri
Chapter 29: Economics and the National Football League - Benjamin Blemings
Chapter 30: The Baseball Players′ Labor Market: An Update - Anthony C. Krautmann
Chapter 31: Economic Issues of the National Hockey League: A Survey of the Literature - Duane W. Rockerbie & Stephan T. Easton
Chapter 32: Australian Rules Football - Ross Booth & Robert Brooks
Chapter 33: The Economics of Major League Soccer from the NASL to MLS: A brief history of North American professional soccer - Nick Watanabe
PART V: Sports events and their impacts
Chapter 34: The Economic Impact Measurement of Olympic Games - Holger Preuss
Chapter 35: Major Events: Economic Impact - Wolfgang Maennig
Chapter 36: Olympic Games: Public referenda, public opinion and willingness to pay - Wolfgang Maennig
Chapter 37: Olympic Performance - Eva Marikova Leeds
Chapter 38: The Economics of Mega-Events: The impact, costs, and benefits of the Olympic Games and the World Cup - Candon Johnson
Chapter 39: Economic Impact of Minor Sporting Events and Minor League Teams - Marijke Taks & Nola Agha
Chapter 40: Participation and demonstration effects: "Couch potatoes to runner beans"? - Peter Dawson
Chapter 41: Willingness to pay in sports - Johannes Orlowski & Pamela Wicker
Chapter 42: Positive and negative externalities of sport events: From well-being, pride, and social capital to traffic and crime - Pamela Wicker & Paul Downward
PART VI: Individual sports
Chapter 43: Running - Bernd Frick, Katharina Moser, & Katrin Scharfenkamp
Chapter 44: Hitting the ball forward. The economics of racquet sports. - Julio del Corral & Carlos Gomez-Gonzalez
Chapter 45: The Economics of Road Cycling - Daam van Reeth
Chapter 46: The Economics of Golf - Stephen Shmanske
Chapter 47: IRON(O)MICS: The Market for Long Distance-Triathlon - Joachim Prinz
Chapter 48: NASCAR Economics - Peter Von Allmen
PART VII: Future research
Chapter 49: Behavioural Economics and Sport - Yulia Chikish & Brad R. Humphreys
Chapter 50: Is There a Gender Difference in the Response to Competitive Settings? - Michael A. Leeds
Chapter 51: Dynamic Pricing in Sports - Rodney J. Paul
Chapter 52: Sports Betting - David Forrest
Chapter 53: The Economics of Doping in Sports - A Special Case of Corruption - Eugen Dimant & Christian Deutscher
Chapter 54: Performance Analysis - Bill Gerrard