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La economía del deporte en España: análisis bibliométrico de una década (2002-2011)/Sports Economics in Spain: A Bibliometric Analysis for a Decade (2002-2011)

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  • SÁNCHEZ SANTOS, JOSÉ MANUEL

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada I, UNIVERSIDAD DE A CORUÑA, ESPAÑA.)

  • CASTELLANOS GARCÍA, PABLO

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada I, UNIVERSIDAD DE A CORUÑA, ESPAÑA.)

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    En este artículo se presenta un estudio descriptivo, basado en datos bibliométricos, que permite valorar la evolución de la investigación en economía del deporte en España durante el período 2002-2011. A lo largo de esta década, la investigación en economía del deporte desarrollada por investigadores españoles ha registrado avances significativos. Esto ha sido posible gracias a la constitución de una importante comunidad de profesores investigadores en algunas universidades españolas. Nuestra principal conclusión es que, a pesar de que en nuestro país la economía del deporte todavía está en fase emergente y se concentra en un número relativamente reducido de autores e instituciones, ha mejorado notablemente en los últimos años, tanto en términos de cantidad como de calidad. Como consecuencia de los mencionados avances la investigación en este campo ha logrado posicionarse como una de las disciplinas en la que España tiene peso específico a nivel internacional. In this paper we show a descriptive study, based on bibliometric data that allow us to value the evolution of the research in sports economics in Spain during the period 2002-2011. Throughout this decade, research in sports eco¬nomics developed by Spanish investigators has reached significant advances. This has been possible due to the constitution of an important community of investigators in some Spanish universities. Our main conclusion is that, although in our country sports economics is still in an emergent phase and it is concentrated on a relatively reduced number of authors and institutions, it has improved notably in the last years, both in terms of quantity and quality. As a consequence of the aforementioned advances, the research in this field has been able to be positioned as one of the disciplines in which Spain has specific weight at international level.

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    Volume (Year): 30 (2012)
    Issue (Month): (Agosto)
    Pages: 419-440

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    Keywords: Análisis bibliométrico; economía del deporte ; Bibliometric Analysis; Sports Economics.;

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    1. Simon Rottenberg, 1956. "The Baseball Players' Labor Market," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 64, pages 242.
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