International Journal of Sport Finance

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 3, August

A Bibliometric Analysis of Sports Economics Research
AbstractIn this paper, we carry out a bibliometric study of sports economics research indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) database from 1956 to 2009. Quantitative evidence provided by some standard bibliometric indicators supports the...
Determinants of Individual Consumption on Sports Attendance in Spain
AbstractThis paper aims to contribute to the knowledge regarding individual consumption on sports attendance-a subject that has been rarely analyzed in the economic literature due to the lack of appropriate databases. Specifically, we analyze the determinants...
Economic Impact Analysis versus Cost Benefit Analysis: The Case of a Medium-Sized Sport Event
AbstractThis paper empirically illustrates the difference between a standard economic impact analysis (EIA) and a cost-benefit analysis (CBA). The EIA was conducted using an existing (input-output) I-O model (STEAM). The benefit side of the CBA included...
The Allocation of Time to Sports and Cultural Activities: An Analysis of Individual Decisions
AbstractParticipation in sports and participation in cultural activities are usually considered separately in economic empirical studies. Because both of these activities are forms of leisure, this paper analyzes the determination of their consumption...
Why the Master? Human Capital Development for Practicing U.S. Cycling Coaches
AbstractThe economic structure of the industry of cycling coaches has yet to be the subject of any apparent published inquiry. This study describes the basic characteristics of practicing cycling coaches and presents economic models of the determinants...