Tytuł: Economics of Sports
Autorzy: Ming Li, Susan Hofacre, Dan Mahony
ISBN: 1885693273
Wydawca:  Fitness Information Technology Incorporated, Luty 2001
Język: ENG
 

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Preface

Chapter 1 - An Overview of the Sport Industry in North America 1
- Introduction
- Definition of an Industry
- An Overview of the Sport Industry in North America
- The Sport Industry in North America
- Learning Activities
- The Sport Activity-Producing Sector
- The Sport-Supporting Sector
- Chapter Questions
- Summary

Chapter 2 - Economic Motives of Sport Organizations
- Basics of Economic Analysis
- Economic Motives of Sport Organizations
- Learning Activities
- Theory of the Firm
- Economic Profits vs. Business Profits
- Constraints on the Theory of the Firm
- Limitations of the Theory of the Firm
- Alternative Models of Firm Motivation
- Reasons for Continuing to Use the Profit Maximization Model
- An Alternative Theory for Sports: The Winning Maximization Model
- Goals in Nonprofit Organizations
- Chapter Study Questions
- Summary

Chapter 3 - Demand, Pricing, and Revenue
- Introduction
- Demand
- Demand, Pricing, and Revenue
- Learning Activities
- Supply
- Price Discrimination
- Forecasting Demand and Supply
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 4 - Market Structures in the Sport Industry
- Introduction
- Market Structures in the Sport Industry
- Learning Activity
- Perfect Competition
- Monopoly
- Monopsony
- Oligopoly
- Monopolisitc Competition
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 5 - Sport Industry Delivery
- Introduction
- Sport Industry Delivery
- Government-Provided Sport
- Learning Activities
- Community Provision
- Sport as Private Enterprise
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 6 - The Sport Industry: A Critical Center of Economy
- Introduction
- The Sport Industry: A Critical Center of the Economy
- Determining the Size of the Sport Industry
- Measurement of GDP: The Expenditure Approach
- Learning Activities
- Measurement of GDP: The Factor Income Approach
- Measurement of Gross Domestic Sports Product
- Jobs in the Sport Industry
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 7 - Economic Impact of Sport
- Introduction
- Theoretical Foundation of Economic Impact Studies
- Economic Impact of Sport
- Learning Activities
- Estimates of Economic Impact of Sport
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 8 - Labor Market Issues
- An Overview of the Market for Labor
- Labor Market Issues
- Learning Activities
- Labor Markets in the Sport Industry
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 9 - Regulation of Sport
- Introduction
- Concept of Regulation
- The Regulation of Sports
- Government Regulation
- Learning Activities
- Industry Self-Regulation
- Future Models in Sport Regulation
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 10 - Competition and Antitrust in the Sport Industry
- Introduction
- Statutes
- Competition and Antitrust in the Sport Industry
- Learning Activities
- The Role of the Courts
- Focus of Antitrust Laws
- Antitrust Enforcement and Professional Sport
- Specific Areas of Antitrust Enforcement in Professional Sports
- The Application of Antitrust Laws to Other Professional Sports
- Antitrust Enforcement in Intercollegiate Athletics
- Antitrust Enforcement in Other Areas of the Sport Industry
- Antitrust Enforcement Outside of the United States
- Government Influences on the Marketplace
- Government Enterprises as Providers of Sport
- Increasing Competition in the Sport Industry
- Summary
- Chapter Questions

Chapter 11 - International Issues
- Introduction
- International Issues
- Types of Economic Systems and Sport Governance
- Learning Activities
- Globalization of Sport
- International Expansions
- A Perspective of Sport Club Systems in the World
- Summary
- Chapter Study Questions

Chapter 12 - Future Direction of the Sport Industry: An Economic Perspective
- Introduction
- Future Direction of the Sport Industry: An Economic Perspective
- Projecting Future Demands
- Learning Activities
- Changing Demographics and Changing Markets
- Suppliers of Sport
- Competition
- Technology Trends
- Globalization
- Views of Leaders in the Sport Industry
- Summary
- Chapter Questions