The EURAM “Managing Sport” SIG aims to:
- Promote research and education in the fields of sports business and management in Europe, with special emphasis on international comparisons;
- Foster an understanding of the role of professionalisation and commercialisation of sport on European economy and society;
- Encourage the exchange of research results, practical experience, and ideas by organising the annual EURAM track, facilitating symposia, workshops and other academic meetings for and on behalf of its members and affiliated institutions;
- Support the development of international research collaborations with other Academies of Management and Sports Management Associations;
- Disseminate research results through a variety of channels.
SIG OFFICERS (2020-2021):
Anna Gerke (Audencia Business School, France) firstname.lastname@example.org SIG Chair
Teresa Hurley (Technological University Dublin) email@example.com Programme Chair
Konstantinos Koronios (University of Peloponese) firstname.lastname@example.org Communications Officer
GT08_00 Managing Sport General Track
The EURAM 2021 general track on ‘Managing Sport’ seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the unique development in sports, its logic of co-creation of value and the advancement of the industry towards internationalisation, professionalisation, and commercialisation. The track aims to cover all management functions and welcomes papers that address a range of topics related to sporting issues and particularities of the management of sport organisations, including human resources and voluntarism, sport facility management, professional sport clubs, sport finance and sport economics, sport sponsorship and branding, fans and spectators in sport, equality and diversity in sport.
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG):
Goal 3: Good health and well-being for people, Goal 4: Quality education, Goal 5: Gender equality, Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure, Goal 10: Reducing inequalities, Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions
Birnir Egilsson , Molde University College, email@example.com
This year, the papers from tracks ST07_02/ST08-01, ST02_04/ST08_02 and T08_03 below, have been on an exceptional basis assimilated into GT08_00.
ST07_02/ST08_01 – Managing Sport Events and Participation (IM & MS)
(co-sponsored by International Management SIG-07 and Managing Sport SIG-08)
Harald Dolles , Molde University College, firstname.lastname@example.org
ST02_04/ST08_02 – Sport Governance (COGO & MS)
(co-sponsored by Corporate Governance SIG-02 and Managing Sport SIG-08)
Christos Anagnostopoulos , UCLan Cyprus & Molde University College, CAnagnostopoulos@uclan.ac.uk
T08_03 – Sport and Sustainability
Tiberio Daddi , Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies and GREEN, Bocconi University, email@example.com