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Problemática de los estudios de impacto económico de eventos deportivos /Problems to face in the Economic Impact of Sports Events Studies

  • BARAJAS, ÁNGEL

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    (Departamento de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad, UNIVERSIDAD DE VIGO, ESPAÑA.)

  • SALGADO, JESYCA

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    (Departamento de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad, UNIVERSIDAD DE VIGO, ESPAÑA.)

  • SÁNCHEZ, PATRICIO

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    (Departamento de Economía Financiera y Contabilidad, UNIVERSIDAD DE VIGO, ESPAÑA.)

En este trabajo se aborda la complejidad de la evaluación y análisis de los flujos económicos generados por los eventos deportivos. Se destaca el conocimiento y análisis de las características de los eventos deportivos como conductores de impacto económico. Dicho análisis aporta información sobre aquellos aspectos que generan benefi¬cios y hay que explotar, y aquellos que no son tan significativos y se pueden mejorar o cambiar. A su vez, facilita la clasificación de eventos deportivos dentro de una tipología propuesta, que considera la dimensión económica de los mismos. De la misma forma, se explica toda la problemática que rodea la realización de análisis de impacto, los inconvenientes estadísticos y el mal uso o uso engañosos de los mismos This paper addresses the complexity of the assessment and analysis of the economic flows generated by sporting events. It stands out the knowledge and analysis of the characteristics of sporting events as drivers of economic impact. This analysis provides information on those aspects that generate profit and can be exploited, and those that are not so significant and can improve or change. In tum, facilitates the classification of sporting events within a typology proposal, which considers the economic dimension of the same. Likewise, it explains all the problems of conducting impact analysis, the statistical disadvantages and misuse or misleading use of the same.

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Volume (Year): 30 (2012)
Issue (Month): (Agosto)
Pages: 441-462

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