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Reddito e capitale nelle società di calcio: la massima serie italiana 1998-2007

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Introduzione – 1. L’analisi del Conto Economico delle società di calcio – 1.1 I ricavi – 1.2 I costi – 1.3 Il reddito operativo e il reddito netto – 2. L’analisi dello Stato Patrimoniale – 2.1 Il capitale investito – 2.2 La struttura finanziaria – Considerazioni conclusive – Bibliografia

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  • Mario Nicoliello, 2008. "Reddito e capitale nelle società di calcio: la massima serie italiana 1998-2007," Rivista di Diritto ed Economia dello Sport, Centro di diritto e business dello Sport, vol. 4(2), pages 67-94, Agosto.
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