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Economic Impacts of Sports Stadiums

Perry (2007) puts forward the point of view that older stadiums are not able to demonstrate the benefits as they are not able to g...

Applying Marketing Concepts to Increase the Sale of Tickets at a Sports Stadium

support a football club; they will purchase tickets for the games of their top placing, which may be tickets from the home stadium...

Sport Stadiums and Their Costs

In five pages this paper examines sport stadiums' construction and considers types of public funding approaches with the nonprofit...

Urban Baseball Stadium, Sporting Events, and Risk Management

relatively short season running from June to September rather than the April to October season of higher division minor league bas...

Taxpayers and the Unnecessary Burden of a Professional Sports Stadium

new stadiums that would either keep their pro teams or lure new ones. USA Today estimates that $4 of every $5 in stadium construct...

Subsidizing Professional Sports Stadiums

al, 2004). Is the expenditure of all of this money beneficial to the economy of the areas where the facilities are being built? P...

Sports and Economics

In five pages this paper discusses contemporary sports in a consideration of economic conditions such as community impact and athl...

Does an Economic Crisis Hurt the Entertainment and Sports Industries?

it seemed, the United States was plunged into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. For the entertainment and spo...

The Influence of Sport in the Context of Creating, Maintaining and Challenging Ethnic Identities and Stereotypes

game, including the way the game may be associated with the national identity in terms of values in a manner not found in other sp...

Stadium Security and Honeywell

systems are interconnected on a single network. The Honeywell network consists of a "structured cabling system for voice and data...

Coexistence of Media and Sports?

In eleven pages this paper argues that the sports and media are not dependent upon each other but could exist equally well indepen...

Concept of Worldwide Sports Federations

the times" (Internet source). Clearly, the most recent Olympics that took place in February, 2002, served as the proverbial "bully...

Pro Sports and the Impact of Sports Agents

money as a priority over all other considerations may urge a young player to begin a professional career instead of going to colle...

Stadiums and Corporate Branding

part of an overall branding strategy on the part of big corporations. Typically, the contracts are for long-term agreements which...

Benjamin Rader/American Sports

of sport and leisure, it seems that Benjamin Rader (2003) does a good job in outlining the relationship between the advent of citi...

Change Considerations at Good Sport

management. The conclusion provides recommendation for managing change and conflict at Good Sport. Culture and Structure B...

Economics and Political Influences in Sport

may be akin to saying to the leading fast-food chains, such as McDonalds, Burger King KFC etc, and telling them that they will all...

Racial Issues in Sport

clubs of a period of 16 years between 1978 and 1993. The theory was that if there was a competitive market for players each clubs ...

‘Sports Night’: An Exciting and Memorable Experience

with my pen and autograph book, I was ready to meet these larger-than-life sports figures I had heard and read about my whole life...

Sports Training and Expectancy Theory

forthcoming if s/he performs as the manager expects (Expectancy Theory, n.d.). "Vroom suggests that an employees beliefs ab...

Vietnam Economic Development Questions

a destination for investment, creating increased revues and increasing aggregate demand in a positive cycle. Question 2 Dunning ...

Legalizing Gambling on Sports

to gambling, but it is nowhere near the destruction that is done by alcohol. Similarly, other forms of entertainment are legal but...

Societal Role of Sports

provides a healthy venue for socializing. Rather than meet clients in a bar, for example, they can chat on the golf course. Young ...

Assessment of Nike

publicly listed firm there are also increasing pressures to create value this is also seen in the supply chain management. In ma...

Water Sports Development and Marketing in Cuba

to sustain it long term. Per capita GDP in 2002 was only $2,300 (Cuba), and that figure cannot be seen as being merely "relative"...

Economic Growth and Trade Liberalization

well as many organisations such as Oxfam and the United Nations (Beattie, 2002). Trade liberalisation may increase the support tha...

The Development of China as a Significant Economic Force

5 pages and 5 sources used. This paper provides a view of the nature of change in China and the impact of economic change and tra...

The 1985 to 1990 Economic Crisis in Africa

In this paper that consists of seven pages the conditions that resulted in this economic crisis are discussed in order to determin...

2002 and 2003 Economic Forecasting

In five pages economic projections are considered in terms of 3 forecasting organizations that conclude positive economic upturns ...

Economic Bubbles

that flows. The crashes can result in large levels of wealth being destroyed and the potential for the crash to cause a depression...