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Besonderheiten des Sports ‐ Was rechtfertigt eine "eigene Ökonomik"?

  • Helmut Dietl

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    (Institute for Strategy and Business Economics, University of Zurich)

Dieser Beitrag ist ein Plädoyer für eine eigene Sportökonomik. Er untersucht, welche Besonderhei-ten des Sports eine eigene Ökonomik rechtfertigen. In Kapitel 2 wird zunächst die Frage beantwor-tet, ob sich eine eigene Sportökonomik bereits aufgrund der wirtschaftlichen Bedeutung des Sports rechtfertigen lässt. Kapitel 3 rechtfertigt eine eigene Sportökonomik aufgrund der ökonomischen Besonderheiten des Wertschöpfungsprozesses im Sport. Inwieweit die Besonderheiten der Wertan-eignung sowie des Wettbewerbs im Sport ein branchenspezifisches ökonomisches Instrumentarium erfordern, wird in den Kapiteln 4 bzw. 5 erörtert. Kapitel 6 beschreibt, warum die institutionellen Eigenheiten des Sports eine eigene Sportökonomik unerlässlich machen. Kapitel 7 erläutert die Be-deutung einer branchenspezifischen Ökonomik zur Beurteilung regulatorischer Eingriffe. Die wis-senschaftlichen Besonderheiten des Sports sind Inhalt von Kapitel 8. Das Plädoyer für eine eigene Sportökonomik wird in Kapitel 9 mit einem kurzen Fazit abgeschlossen.

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Paper provided by University of Zurich, Center for Research in Sports Administration (CRSA) in its series Working Papers with number 0040.

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Date of creation: Nov 2010
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