Business departement, Catholic University of the Most Holy Conception,
Ferrán Calabuig Moreno
Department of Physical Education and Sports, University of Valencia,
Francisco Montoro Ríos
Department of Marketing and Market Research, University of Granada,
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Interest in Sports management by academics and professionals in organization, management and economics is on the rise this is evident by the amount of business emerging in this sector every year. Thus the demand for research and outreach in Better management processes, control and management tools as well the need for new technology, new formats and platforms, assistance in emerging markets, understanding economic impact during peaks and troughs is far more prominent today.
Our goal is to make a call of paper for a special issue that compiles the latest trends in research related to sports for the areas of management, marketing and economics. The aim is to provide the reader and manager tools and instruments to understand the changes in a constantly evolving market.
We intend to cover a wide range of research in areas such as but not limited to the following: economic, finance, advertising, organizational theory, influence of CSR, patronage, power and political behavior in sport organizations, quality, strategy; sport operations, sporting events, new markets, new products, media, viewer behavior, sport tourism, etc.