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Advancing knowledge about governance, sponsorship and talent development in sports. Best papers from the “Managing Sport” tracks at the EURAM Annual Meeting in Valencia 2014

Harald Dolles (Företagsekonomiska institutionen & Företagsekonomiska institutionen, Management & Organisation & Centre for International Business Studies); Mathieu Winand (-)
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Bok med redaktör, refereegranskad
Sammanfattning (abstract):
For the academic programme at the EURAM 2014 conference we have been able to maintain a constant stream of high quality full-paper submissions, leading to about 30 papers presented in Valencia. We are grateful to Emerald Group Publishing for continuing the strong bonds between Sport, Business and Management and the Managing Sport-SIG also by sponsoring an annual best paper award and a best reviewer award. The best paper award in Valencia was presented to Margaret Johnston and Luc Bourgeois (University of Queensland, Australia) for their paper entitled “Third-Person Perceptions of Gambling Sponsorship Advertising”. The best reviewer award was presented to Dimitrios Kolyperas (University of Stirling, UK). The Award Committee included Emilie Malcourant (as 2013 best reviewer), Mathieu Winand (as the SIG’s Programme Chair) and James Santomier (as SIG Treasurer). We wish to thank them and all the reviewers of the track for their excellent work. In addition to the award winning paper by Margaret Johnston and Luc Bourgeois we selected the following four articles for this special issue aiming to advance our knowledge about governance, sponsorship and talent development in sports. These are Brian Minikin (University of Stirling, UK) on “Legitimacy and democracy: implications for governance in sport”; Emilie Malcourant, Alain Vas and Thierry Zintz (all Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium) on “World Anti-Doping Agency: a meta-organizational perspective”; Sten Söderman (Stockholm University, Sweden) and Harald Dolles (Molde University College, Norway & University of Gothenburg, Centre for International Businesses Studies, Sweden) on “Unlocking advertising, activation and sponsorship in an emerging market: the case of Beijing Olympics”; and “Talent development in football: Are young talents given time to blossom?” by Stig Arve Sæther (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway) and Harry Arne Solberg (Sør-Trøndelag University College, Trondheim Business School, Norway). All articles have been at least double-blind reviewed to be accepted for presentation at the EURAM 2014 conference and revised afterwards in exchange with the reviewers assigned to each submission.
Ämne (baseras på Högskoleverkets indelning av forskningsämnen):
Ekonomi och näringsliv ->
Sports management, sports governance, sponsorship, Beijing Olympics, China, Australia, Norway, talent development, Anti-Doping
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2016-03-17 22:53

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