Sport, Business and Management: Volume 2 Issue 3

Strapline:

An international journal
Subjects:

Table of contents - Special Issue: Evaluating and measuring: applying a management perspective on sports. Best papers from the ‘Sport as a Business’ track at the EURAM annual meeting, Tallin 2011

Guest Editors: Harald Dolles, Sten Sderman

Measuring the efficiency of English Premier League football: A two‐stage data envelopment analysis approach

Alexander Kern, Michael Schwarzmann, Armin Wiedenegger

The purpose of this research paper is to prove the superiority of a two‐stage data envelopment analysis compared to a one‐stage approach in measuring a football club's…

English professional football clubs: Can business parameters of small and medium‐sized enterprises be applied?

Neil Moore, Roger Levermore

In the last two decades sports studies and sports management journals have called for there to be research in sports management that explores sports links to mainstream…

Board evaluation in the top Nordic football clubs

Tor Brunzell, Sten Söderman

The purpose of this paper is to study if and how the evaluation of the boards in the top Nordic male football clubs affects the boards’ composition and work.

A financial management tool for sport federations

Mathieu Winand, Thierry Zintz, Jeroen Scheerder

The purpose of this study is to develop a tool to manage financial performance of sport federations. It stimulates thinking about the necessity for non‐profit sport…

Public policy and funding New York's new sports venues

James Santomier, John Gerlach

The purpose of this article is to examine selected public policy and funding issues of six New York Metropolitan Area sport venues and to discuss their implications for…

Cover of Sport, Business and Management

ISSN:

2042-678X

Online date, start – end:

2011

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Kwame Agyemang
  • Dr Nefertiti Walker