With amusing anecdotes and interesting stories about sports business personalities, this book is for anyone who is involved in the economic side of sports and sports management read more product details. The sports industry as a whole brings roughly $143 billion in earnings a year — and that’s not even counting the niagara of indirect economic activity generated by super bowl sunday (well-known for being the second foodiest day in the country, behind thanksgiving) the industry also contributes 456,000 jobs with an average salary of. Sport and economic development this topic includes a number of diverse issues relating to sport’s role in economic development in developing countries four main areas that present the limitations and the potential of sport to contribute to economic development are discussed in dedicated sub-sections.
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