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  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu started the forum topic Turkish Sports Economics ( twitter) in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   1 day, 11 hours ago · View

    “Sports Management and Organizations, Sports Economics, Sports Finance, Sports Innovation, Sports Autonomy, Sports NGO, Sports Industry, Sports Sector, Sports Marketing, Sponsorship, Advertisement, Brands,Soccer, Football Management and Economics : https://twitter.com/ekospor

  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   1 day, 12 hours ago · View

    Call For Papers
    The following is a call for papers. IJDSM invites papers for its first
    special issue due for November 15, 2011.
    The current guideliness of Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association must be followed. All articles must be preceded by an abstract of no more that 175 words. Manuscripts must be submitted in English and must be double-spaced, including references and blocked quotations. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 manuscript pages. Tables, figure and captions, must be grouped together and separate from the body of the text. Copies of manuscripts are not returned to the authors and the copyright for all published articles will be held by IJDSM. Please refer to the guidlines for manuscrip submission on ”For Authors” section. IJDSM welcomes contempoary state of art investigative research submissions from all venues of sport management field especially from sport management scholars, specialists, and sport management students on any analysis related to sport management field. Each issue reflects the inclusion of diverse subjects in theory and practical manner, will address the particular aspects of sport management to reinforce important concepts that the readers will find useful as they progress in their professional preparations and development in area of sport management.

    Manuscripts may address a wide range of issues including but not limited to; sport economics, sport finance, sport marketing, management and organizational behavior, leadership, ethics, sport governing, sport for development, sport tourism, sport business and entertainment, and sport recreation.
    Submission should be addressed electronically to Dr. Ergun Yurdadon: [email protected]
    http://www.youglobalcitizen.com/

  • Chris Rabalais posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   3 days, 12 hours ago · View

    wrote a new blog post ”The Three Concurrent Paths to Regulatory Approval and Global Success” http://thenewsportseconomy.com/2011/06/14/sportsmarket/

  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   6 days, 16 hours ago · View

    The new economics of sports business:Professional sports are a multimillion dollar industry — an industry that is increasingly playing by rules that don’t apply to other businesses. Ray Artigue, executive director of the W. P. Carey MBA Sports Business Program and former senior vice president of marketing for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, discusses the curious business of sports with [email protected] P. Carey. Joining the conversation is Robert Stearns, professor of practice in the finance department at the W. P. Carey School of Business and chairman and chief executive officer of Quepasa Corporation.
    http://knowledge.wpcarey.asu.edu/article.cfm?articleid=1348

  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   6 days, 16 hours ago · View

    The New Economics of the NBA :Obviously as a small market team, there are increasing concerns about whether the Bucks can compete with the big boys in New York, LA, Chicago, Miami, etc. This article focuses on why a player might leave from a small market to a bigger market, from an economic standpoint. Check out the equally excellent 2nd part as well, which details the problems with the NBA salary cap
    http://worldsportnews.co.cc/the-new-economics-of-the-nba/

  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   6 days, 16 hours ago · View

    How to… network effectively at a sports industry event:Sports industry events can provide a gold mine of invaluable future contacts. However, armed with your delegate badge, how can you maximise networking opportunities? Jonny Murch, Director of Red Torch Ltd, the marketing and sales agency for the SportAccord Convention, has the answers.
    http://www.globalsportsjobs.com/content/3513

  • Sebahattin Devecioğlu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   1 week, 3 days ago · View

    Creative Sports Risk Management
    Sportsrisq is an independent risk advisory based in London. We identify, analyse and offset risk for a wide range of businesses in the global sports industry and related sectors.

    Our clients include Sponsors, Apparel Manufacturers, Professional Teams and other companies with revenues and liabilities linked to on-field sports performance.

    We provide clients with a data driven analysis of their sports risk so they can efficiently manage revenue and cost volatility, cover liabilities and budget with confidence.

    We also have a Promotions division, which helps Brands and Agencies to create and risk manage compelling sports promotions based on the performance of teams and athletes.

    Choose a sector of the sports industry to learn more about what we can do for your business
    http://www.sportsrisq.com/index.html

  • Chris Rabalais posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   1 week, 4 days ago · View

    The Russian and Chinese translations are completed and verified. Later this week or early next week both will be filed. We will receive .PDF copies of the documents which will be published. This will complete the list of 44 countries representing 52.76% of the world population and 68.71% of the world annual GDP.

  • Robert Hafner joined the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members   1 week, 5 days ago · View

  • DAniel Goldstein joined the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members   1 week, 6 days ago · View

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  • Chris Rabalais posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   2 weeks, 4 days ago · View

    wrote a new blog post: How the SportsRiskIndex™ Helps the Sports Industry Through Difficult Times: http://thenewsportseconomy.com/2011/05/30/help-sports/

  • baris yuksel joined the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members   2 weeks, 6 days ago · View

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  • Sebahattin Devecioglu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   3 weeks ago · View

    Why football players may benefit from the ”shadow of the transfer system”
    Helmut Dietl
    Egon Franck
    Markus Lang ([email protected]) (Institute for Strategy and Business Economics, University of Zurich, Institute for Strategy and Business Economics, University of Zurich)

    The transfer system imposed by the football governing bodies on employment relations made sure that a player could not leave his current club and sign with another club without the current club’s explicit consent. The 1995 Bosman judgement of the European Court of Justice declaring football players to free agents after expiration of their contracts and the 2001 intervention of the European Commission, which, among other things, limited contract durations in football, can be interpreted as the two major steps towards restricting the application of the transfer system. Based on a bargaining model with stochastic player productivity, we show that less restrictive transfer rules reallocate ex post bargaining power from players to clubs. This reallocation is efficient and in the ex ante self-interest of players. The right to charge transfer fees enables clubs to insure their players. The players, in turn, benefit by converting risky future income into riskless current income. Overall, player utility is higher under more than under less restrictive transfer rules.
    File URL: http://www.isu.uzh.ch/static/ISU_WPS/62_ISU_full.pdf

  • Sebahattin Devecioglu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   3 weeks ago · View

    Harrie A. A Verbon
    Migrating Football Players, Transfer Fees and Migration Controls
    Since the famous Bosman ruling by the European Court of Justice in 1995 transfer fees for football players after moving to another club have become suspect as they are considered as an obstacle to the free movement of workers. However, in an unrestricted market free migration from football players will be Pareto efficient under special circumstances only. This paper shows that transfer fees can correct inefficient migration flows from small to large football leagues. Home-grown rules that prescribe that a certain proportion of the roster of players should be trained within the club are very blunt devices for restoring efficiency, and perform worse than transfer fee systems.
    File URL: http://www.cesifo-group.de/portal/pls/portal/docs/1/1187662.PDF

  • Sebahattin Devecioglu posted an update in the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members:   3 weeks ago · View

    Scrimmage by James Surowiecki
    The past weeks have seen two big labor disputes in the U.S. One is between Republican politicians and public-employee unions in Wisconsin—a fight over profound ideological differences about government spending and the proper role of unions. The other is the clash between N.F.L. owners and players over the owners’ desire for a new collective-bargaining agreement. The reason for this fight is much less complicated: it’s about very rich businessmen thinking that they should be even richer.
    Read more http://www.newyorker.com/talk/financial/2011/03/21/110321ta_talk_surowiecki#ixzz1NZWxgLRf

  • Manju Chedy joined the group SportsRiskIndex™ (SRI) All Members   3 weeks, 1 day ago · View

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