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Diritti Tv E Competitive Balance Nel Calcio Professionistico Italiano

  • Michela Pierini
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    Introduzione – 1. L’effetto Champions League sull’equilibrio dei campionati – 2. I ricavi dei club – 3. L’indagine AGCM del 2007 – 3.1 La natura della Lega Calcio – 3.2 Gli obiettivi dei club secondo l’AGCM – 3.3 I tifosi nell’indagine AGCM – 3.4 L’indagine AGCM ed i diritti tv – 4. Applicare l’analisi economica alla misura della CB – 5. Un possibile intervento per migliorare la CB: il revenue sharing – 6. La via italiana al revenue sharing: il nuovo riparto dei diritti tv – Conclusioni – Bibliografia

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    Volume (Year): 7 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2 (September)
    Pages: 87-113

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