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Competitività orizzontale e verticale nel ciclismo professionistico: alcune riflessioni sul circuito pro tour

  • Marco Di Domizio
  • Mattia Palombini

1. La recente evoluzione delle forme organizzative del ciclismo professionistico - 2. Il Pro Tour: aspetti organizzativi, strategie ed obiettivi della lega chiusa - 3. Competitività verticale e orizzontale all’interno del Pro Tour: alcune evidenze - Conclusioni

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Article provided by Centro di diritto e business dello Sport in its journal Rivista di Diritto ed Economia dello Sport.

Volume (Year): 6 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 (Febbraio)
Pages: 35-54

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Handle: RePEc:rde:rivdes:201003didomizio_palombini
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