The course examines economic and policy issues raised by the rapid changes in the contemporary sports industry. Theory of sports leagues, demand for sports… The application of economic principles to team and individual professional sports. 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Kahane, Providence College; Co-Founder, Editor, Journal of Sports Economics "This is the most comprehensive explication of sports economics for the lay reader to date. Master (Political Science, Aarhus University, 2005). ECO 330 - Sports Economics Examination of economic issues pertaining to professional and collegiate sports, including analysis of industrial organization and antitrust issues, labor relations, discrimination, … The focus is on understanding the implications of industry structure, economics and culture in both the domestic and international sports … This course takes you out of the classroom and directly to the game! The application of economic principles to team and individual professional sports. Theory of sports leagues, demand for sports, the market for athletes, broadcasting rights, competition policy issues, the public finance aspects of stadium financing. Fall 2020: Lectures: asynchronous Tutorials: no Exams: no Abstract Sports economics is a young, growing field in the discipline of economics. An excellent read for the avid well-educated sports … An examination of course catalogs at 169 national liberal arts colleges and 254 national universities uncovered undergraduate sports economics … from Aalborg University, Denmark; Master of Business Administration in General Management from Dowling College, Oakdale, NY, USA; Bachelor of Business Administration at Dowling College. D. at Aarhus School of Business/Aarhus University. This sector is in many aspects different from other industries. One course each in macro- and microeconomics at university level. With DIS since 2018. Frederik is a great instructor with a lot of personal experience within the sports industry in Europe. The sports industry has grown to one of the largest industries in the modern society. Master in Sports Economics and Management Central University of Finance and Economics … DIS COPENHAGEN: Vestergade 7, 1456 Copenhagen, Denmark. Past field studies have included VIP tickets as a class to both FC København soccer matches and hockey arenas with special seating, food, and drink. This book will clearly become a standard text for sports economics courses." Sports economics modules offer a range of transferable and specific skills that can be applied to a range of job opportunities, particularly in the ever- growing sports … Past: Trade Office at Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2003), Key Account Manager at Danish Agency for Governmental Management (2006-2008), Current position: Senior Event Consultant at Sport Event Denmark (since 2008). Courses; Economics of Professional Sports Economics of Professional Sports. This course covers sports economics from both a macro and micro perspective looking at the impact of sports activities on society, including economic impact and national identity, and the financing models, sponsorships, and marketing of sports organizations. This course covers sports economics from both a macro and micro perspective looking at the impact of sports activities on society, including economic impact and national identity, and the financing models, sponsorships, and marketing of sports organizations. External lecturer at Copenhagen Business College and University College Nordjylland since 2013. I totally recommend this class to anyone who is a sports player, fan, or simply interested in learning more about the sports world in general. The field studies were probably my favorite part–we saw an FC Copenhagen soccer match and an ice hockey game which were a blast! Sports courses are taught in the University of Liverpool including a Thoroughbred Horse Racing Industries MBA and a Sports Business and Management MSc. With DIS in Fall 2016. The lectures were three hours long but not hard to get through if you like to talk about sports, marketing, and branding. We talked about these topics and many more without going in too much detail of the economic aspect of the sports industry, which made it more enjoyable. This is the most recent syllabus for this course. The workshops were also very insightful in comparing the markets of the U.S. and Europe, and I felt the workload was fair yet challenging. You gain an understanding of the individual interests and deliveries by the different independent but strongly networked stakeholders in relation to the impacts of sports on the society. Focus is on various commercial topics within the intersection of sport management, sport marketing and sport economy; Master of Science in Business Economics with an emphasis on organization and strategy (Cand. Ph. Merc.) Sports economics’ theoretical base is nested heavily in theoretical and empirical microeconomic analysis with far reaching applications. This was probably my favorite course here at DIS. This was probably my favorite course here at DIS. Details on these course can be accessed here A BSc (Hons) Economics and Sports Studies is offered by the University of Hertfordshire - Details on the course can be accessed here .