Last edited by Mecage
Thursday, May 14, 2020 | History

6 edition of The Economics of Sports Broadcasting found in the catalog.

The Economics of Sports Broadcasting

by Chris Gratton

  • 391 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Sports,
  • Television - Direction & Production,
  • Sports & Recreation / General,
  • Economics - General,
  • General,
  • Mass Media - General,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Television broadcasting of sports

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10203942M
    ISBN 100415357802
    ISBN 109780415357807

      Sports Economics helps readers understand the business side of sports and how it impacts the games seen at the stadium or in the arena. The third edition features coverage on the role of electronic media, and the current economic : Sonia Ensins. Introduction: sport and economics. revenues from broadcasting has seen both sports adopt regressive models of income distribution. that are published in a journal special issue or a book.

    This book will clearly become a standard text for sports economics courses.’ Leo H. Kahane - Providence College, and Co-Founder and Editor, Journal of Sports Economics ‘This is the most comprehensive explication of sports economics for the lay reader to date. An excellent read for the avid well-educated sports fan, text for a introductory. This comprehensive Handbook provides a survey of all the major research areas in sports economics written by almost all of the active researchers in this field. It offers not only an accessible insight into the major findings of the literature but also presents some of the world’s principal researchers’ views on the unanswered questions that face us today/5(3).

    Academic independent international publisher specialising in economics, law, business and management and public policy. The book also needed to acknowledge the absolutely vital role emerging technologies play in the economics of sports broadcasting. From a theoretical way of thinking the transition of sports broadcasting from terrestrial to satellite and digital channels is dangerous because the total viewing audience will be smaller, thus potentially leading to.


Share this book
You might also like
Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan

Issues and trends in technology and human interaction

Issues and trends in technology and human interaction

Permissible uses of jointly administered union trust funds

Permissible uses of jointly administered union trust funds

e-Pharmacy

e-Pharmacy

How to Stop Whining and Start Winning!

How to Stop Whining and Start Winning!

Sixty days

Sixty days

1846-1946

1846-1946

The illustrated price guide to vintage televisions and deco radios

The illustrated price guide to vintage televisions and deco radios

Exploration and Mining Research News

Exploration and Mining Research News

All the Kings Men

All the Kings Men

Janet Cardiff Tableau

Janet Cardiff Tableau

functional anatomy of the delphinid nose

functional anatomy of the delphinid nose

Defining and Coping with Wicked Problems

Defining and Coping with Wicked Problems

On-line information retrieval at Leeds City Libraries

On-line information retrieval at Leeds City Libraries

The Economics of Sports Broadcasting by Chris Gratton Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area. The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of ownership, trade and commodity in sportCited by: The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of Cited by:   The Economics of Sports This textbook explains the economics underlying the sports broadcasting phenomenon. The specific regulatory culture governing sports broadcasting means that the financial economy of this area has many unique features.4/5(3).

The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area. The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has. The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes. Get this from a library. The economics of sports broadcasting.

[Chris Gratton; Harry Arne Solberg] -- The modern broadcasting machine is the force behind the massive growth in the value of the sports industry. This work provides an overview of key agents from viewers to sponsors and examines. Sports constitute one of the valuable forms of broadcast entertainment in lucrative international market.

This textbook explains the economics underlying the sports broadcasting phenomenon. It Read more. By Robbie Butler I have previously spoken about broadcasting and the Premier League on this blog on numerous occasion (see here and here) and have a more detailed analysis of supply in the market published in the Journal of Sports Economics (see here).Things have developed further for customers in the Republic of Ireland since the return of the Premier League last week.

Sports Economics is the ideal introduction for all sport management and sport policy students and those for whom economics is a relatively new area of study.

The book will also provide an ideal introduction to sports economics for economics students new to the area. The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of 4/5(1). The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area. The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning.

It includes:Author: Chris Gratton. The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of Price: $ By Robbie Butler Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with posts I have written on sports broadcasting.

There is a dedicated tab to the topic here.A common theme that runs through these is the ability of suppliers (broadcasters) to extract an economic profit from those seeking the product, often by virtue of the monopoly they hold in the market.

(shelved 1 time as sports-economics) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of ownership, trade and commodity in sport4/5(2). The Economics of Sports Broadcasting provides an accessible, detailed introduction to all aspects of economics in this fascinating area.

The book contains a wealth of textbook features and has been written and designed to facilitate student learning. It includes: questions of. Sports now constitute one of the most valuable forms of broadcast entertainment in today's lucrative international market.

This textbook explains the economics underlying the sports broadcasting phenomenon. The specific regulatory culture governing sports broadcasting means that the financial economy of this area has many unique features.

The. Sports Economics, the most comprehensive textbook in the field by celebrated economist Roger D. Blair, focuses primarily on the business and economics aspects of major professional sports and the NCAA. It employs the basic principles of economics to address issues such as the organization of leagues, pricing, advertising and broadcasting as well as the labor market in sports.

The Economics of Sport and Recreation provides a much needed and up-to-date analysis of sport's contribution to the global economy. This new edition covers all aspects of the economics of sport and recreation but gives prominence to the staggering rise of the commercial sector over the last decade.

Explore our list of Sports Broadcasting & Journalism Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. The Economics of Listed Sports Events in a Digital Era of Broadcasting: A Case Study of the UK, in Dolles, H.

and Söderman, S. (eds), Handbook of Research on Cited by: 3.in the sports rights market, television broadcasters are the dominant participants and exercise far more influence on the operation of the sports industry. The Demand for Sports Broadcasting The natural starting point for an analysis of the economics of sports broadcastingFile Size: KB.A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data Handbook on the economics of sport / edited by Wladimir Andreff, Stefan Szymanski.

p. cm. — (Elgar original reference) Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Sports—Economic aspects—Handbooks, manuals, etc. 2.