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.talliedawas even more incredible considering that no other city had made a viable offer to build a stadium for the team. ... pay more for the privilege of watching from the rafters: Baseball teams moving into new parks raised ticket prices by an average ... instead of paying property taxes like other landholders, they get them kicked back to pay their own construction costs. Perhaps the most widespread trend is for complicated financing plans involving free rent, tax breaks, ainfrastructureaanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Business of Sports|
|Author||:||Scott Rosner, Kenneth Shropshire|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2011-01-07|