The purpose of this edited collection is to better understand from an interdisciplinary perspective, the global forces that reshape sport and leisure provision, alongside the responses of key organisations and stakeholders. The volume therefore seeks contributions that account for the trends remodeling sport and leisure, and thus pinpoint advances for theory and practice that ultimately expand the frontiers of sport and leisure management.
The volume is part of Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Guest Edited Collections that encompass more than 150 titles across a wide range of disciplines.
About the Editor
Vassilios Ziakas (PhD, University of Texas at Austin, US) studies sport and leisure policy through an interdisciplinary lens that explores strategic linkages among sport, recreation, leisure, tourism and events. His primary emphasis is on strategic planning for obtaining a range of sustainable community benefits. His research has been published in a range of peer-reviewed journals and is widely cited.