4th European Conference in Sport Economics
6th & 7th September 2012, London Published 28 August 2012
Birkbeck College, University of London, is hosting the 4th European Conference in Sport Economics.
The conference will cover a wide range of topics that bridge sports economics and law including:
- Financial Fair Play;
- Corruption in sport;
- Contract duration and performance;
- Revenue sharing;
- Competition law;
- Broadcasting & sport;
- Bidding for mega events.
Full details of the conference programme can be viewed at: Conference Programme.
The location of the conference is Birkbeck's Clore Management Centre building in Torrington Square, London WC1. For information on how to locate the conference venue please see: https://bbk.ac.uk/maps/
The conference is open to attendance by anyone with an interest in sport economics - it is not a requirement to be one of the presenters at the programme.
The conference fee is £90 which covers all catering during the event inclusive of the conference dinner on the evening of Thursday 6th September.
The event is now open for registration at: https://www2.bbk.ac.uk/sbc/ecse.html
We look forward to seeing you in London beginning with the pre-conference event on the evening of Wednesday 5th September.
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