The 2015/2016 edition of IOC Advanced Olympic Research Grant Programme
May 1, 2013
XVI IASE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN SPORT ECONOMICS
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
March 12, 2015
XVII IASE General Assembly & International Conference in Sports Economics, November 7-9, 2017, Shanghai, China. Deadline for submission postponed to August 15th.
February 2, 2017
XVII IASE GENERAL ASSEMBLY & INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN SPORT ECONOMICS
November 7-9, 2017
Call for Papers
The International Association of Sports Economists (IASE) and Shanghai University of Sport (SUS) are pleased to invite you to submit a paper for presentation at the 17th International
Conference in Sport Economics. The conference dates are November 7-9, 2017, in conjunction with the China Sport Industry Association conference, at the SUS in Shanghai, China. The Centre for Law and Economics of Sport (CDES, Limoges University, France) is assisting with coordination of the conference. The conference is sponsored by the French INSEEC Business School, and the International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship with a special issue for selected conference papers (subject to the regular journal blind review process).
Topic of the Conference
The general title of the conference will be “Extending the Frontiers of Sport”.
IASE believes it is important to consider sports economics with a forward-looking approach. In this context, contributions are invited under the following headings:
Labor relations in sport
Law and economics in sport
Globalization of sport
Access to sport
The integrity of sport competitions (doping, financial doping, criminal economy etc.)
Sport and economic systems
The economics of sport sponsorship
Market research in sports
Business analytics in sport
Governance of sport
Sport and ethics (transparence, accountability, democracy, sustainability, etc.)
Sport as entertainment
The economic and social impact of mega-events
We are especially interested in papers on sport in China and Asia, as well as other international themes. Contributions from other topic areas in sport economics will also be considered. Theoretical, empirical, as well as conceptual manuscripts are welcome. Completed research and research in progress are admissible. The language of the conference is English. However papers in Chinese could be part of the program in specific parallel sessions.
Abstracts (1 page maximum and 12-point font in pdf or MS Word format) should be submitted before 15 September 2017 by e-mail to email@example.com (North and South America, Australia and New Zealand submissions), firstname.lastname@example.org (Asia Submissions), and email@example.com (Europe and Africa submissions)
·All of the submissions will be assessed by a scientific committee.
·There is no submission fee for session papers.
·Abstracts must be allocated to the topics of the Conference
·Provide 3-5 keywords or phrases that reflect the content of the abstract
·Abstracts should be 1 page maximum and 12-point font in pdf format, and may not contain any tables or graphs
·Abstracts must be informative and structured, with section headings, as follows: Background, Methods, Results and Conclusions
·References in the text have to be cited at the end of the abstract (3-4 references)
·Title page: Please include a separate title page with your name, affiliation, mailing and e-mail address, and the title of your presentation and topic area
Local Organizing Committee
Chair: Professor Dai Jian, Chancellor of Shanghai University of Sport
Vice Chair: Wang Xinfang, Vice President of Shanghai University of Sport
Professor Wu Xueping，Director of Research Department, Shanghai University of Sport
Dr. Liu Dongfeng, Professor & Co-Dean, School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Sport
Dr. Cao Keqiang, Professor & Dean, School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Sport
Dr. Hu Jinju, Director of International Affairs Department, Shanghai University of Sport
Xiong Xiao Jian, Director of Student Affairs Department, Shanghai University of Sport
Yin Qin, Director of International Affairs Department, Shanghai University of Sport
Xu Chang, Vice director of President’s Office, Shanghai University of Sport
Xiong Jin, Associate Dean, School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Sport
Conference Organizing Committee
Ross Booth, Monash University (Australia)
Jean François Brocard, University of Limoges (France)
Liu Dongfeng, Shanghai University of Sport (China)
Markus Kurscheidt, University of Bayreuth (Germany)
Joel Maxcy, Drexel University, (USA)
The registration fee is $200 US, and students' rate is $150 US.
The conference will start on Tuesday, November 7th and end on Thursday, November 9th.
Registration will open in the afternoon on November 7th. In the evening, a gala dinner will be offered by the local organizer in a typical Shanghai restaurant.
The Opening ceremony, welcome address and keynote will take place on Wednesday November 8th in the morning. The conference will include at least two other keynote presentations by invited experts, and a roundtable discussion on the globalization of sports.
IASE will organize an elective general assembly for the purpose of association business and elections. All the academic participants are invited to the general assembly, which will be followed by a wine and cheese reception offered by IASE.
The local host will provide coffee breaks and (box) lunches on Wednesday and Thursday.
Transportation will be arranged to help conference participants travel from designated conference hotels to the conference site, as well as to move them around the city during social events.
A list of accommodation options suggested by SUS will be provided.
An author may submit up to two abstracts as the first author. After undergoing the reviewing process, all authors will be notified about the condition of their submission (accepted or rejected). Presenters must be registered and have paid registration fees for the symposium by at the latest to secure their oral or poster presentation during the Conference and the publication in the electronic Book of Abstracts.
Authors of accepted oral presentations are invited to submit their full length papers no later than Sep. 15, 2017 via International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship.
Chair: Joel Maxcy, PhD, Head Sport Management, Drexel University
Co-Chair: Dr. Liu Dongfeng, Co-Dean, School of Economics and Management, Shanghai University of Sport
Co-Chair: Michel Desbordes, Editor in Chief, International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship
Wladimir Andreff, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Paris I Sorbonne
Eric Barget, PhD, Associate Professor, CDES, University of Limoges
Jean François Brocard, PhD, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Limoges
Ross Booth, PhD, Program Director, Bachelor of Commerce, Monash University
Jean-Jacques Gouguet, PhD, Professor and Scientific Director of Economic Studies, CDES, University of Limoges
Istvan Kasznar, PhD, Professor of Economics and Business Administration, Fundacao Getulio Vargas
Dr. Markus Kurscheidt, Professor of Sport Economics, University of Bayreuth