Institute of Sports Science

Handbook on Sport Economics

05.07.2016 – The increasing economic significance of sports as well as the numerous peculiarities with regard to the management of both, professional and grassroots sports, formed the breeding ground for the rapid development of sport economics as academic discipline during the recent past. This handbook (co-editor: Tim Pawlowski) offers 21 chapters on major topics in sport economics research written by distinguished German speaking scholars. Following the idea of textbooks in general economics, this handbook is structured along the lines of “demand – supply – markets” in both, professional and grassroots sports (publisher).