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Zur Ökonomik von Spitzenleistungen im internationalen Sport


  • Büch, Martin-Peter
  • Maennig, Wolfgang
  • Schulke, Hans-Jürgen


Sport - insbesondere der Hochleistungssport - ist ein Faszinosum, das als Plattform für gesellschaftliche Anliegen genutzt wird. Hierauf gründen die unterschiedlichen Interessen am aktiven und passiven Sport und das staatliche Interesse am Spitzensport. In den meisten Ländern ist der Spitzensport nationales Anliegen: So bilden Staaten in nationalen Trainingszentren ihre Athleten aus, unterstützen ihre Sportverbände bei internationalen Wettbewerben oder fördern Bewerbungen für Sportgroßveranstaltungen. Die Beiträge dieses Bandes geben einen fundierten Einblick in die Organisation des Hochleistungssports und zeigen die unterschiedlichen Wege ausgewählter Staaten auf.

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  • Büch, Martin-Peter & Maennig, Wolfgang & Schulke, Hans-Jürgen (ed.), 2012. "Zur Ökonomik von Spitzenleistungen im internationalen Sport," Edition HWWI, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), volume 3, number 3.
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