All posts tagged: Economics

Theory and research in social science and sport

Social Sciences in Sport presents discipline-specific knowledge in the social sciences

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A foundational guide to financial management in the leisure industry

This textbook covers the basics of economics, introduces accounting methodologies and helps students learn financial management methods and system, using current technical and technological skills. It then goes on to explore other roles and responsibilities of financial management, such as preparing students with a basic political skill set to enable them to organize fundraising activities and work closely with governing bodies and groups. Suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate students, this book offers online ancillaries for lecturers and provides a complete package for both student and lecturer. Normal price: £39.99 I €48.00 HK Rewards Members’ Price: £31.99 I €38.40 Find out more

Sport and policy connections

Sports figures, events and organisations affect our society in vast, varied and sometimes, unexpected ways. Sport and Public Policy: Social, Political, and Economic Perspectives is the only text that tackles some of the most compelling connections between the sports world and public policy decisions from a broad interdisciplinary perspective. Topics covered include economics, history, urban planning, not-for profit administration, public health, communications, political science and philosophy. With contributions from a wide range of scholarly disciplines, this contemporary resource enhances traditional conversation and gives readers a fresh outlook on economic and political issues in sport. Price: £48.95 I €53.80 Read more