The International Association of Sports Economists (IASE; http://www.iase-sport.org) invites abstracts for presentation at and/or session themes for the 3rd International Conference “Sport Economics & Sport Management” (SESM; http://sesmberlin.wix.com/smse), May 10-11, 2018 in Vienna, AUSTRIA,
The conference this time is hosted by the renowned Austrian Institute of Economic Research (Österreichisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, WIFO; http://www.wifo.ac.at/en) in the city centre near to the central station of Vienna and sites of interest.
IASE sponsors the 3rd SESM Conference. The two past editions, held in Berlin, were well received by participants from Europe and North America alike. We are proud that this time the WIFO invites us to beautiful Vienna.
In line with IASE’s mission, the conference seeks to further the interdisciplinary dialogue between sport economics, sport management, sport governance and related fields. A list of suggested topics may be found on the conference web site. However, any relevant subject is welcome as well as suggestions of entire sessions.
The conference will provide a platform for exchanging innovative thoughts and creating cooperation between researchers in the fields of sport management and economics. We are inviting proposals for paper presentations as well as complete sessions consisting of three papers/presenters. This conference provides researchers with an opportunity to present theoretical, empirical, and policy-oriented research.
Program Committee: Wladimir Andreff (Paris) ∙ Neil Longley (Massachusetts ) ∙ Dennis Coates (Maryland, Baltimore) ∙ Eike Emrich (Saarbrücken) ∙ Christian Pierdzioch (Hamburg) ∙ Stefan Szymanski (Michigan) ∙ Christian Dreger (Berlin) ∙ Georg Stadtmann (Frankfurt/Oder) ∙ Tim Pawlowski (Tübingen) ∙ Alexander Ferrauti (Bochum) ∙ Oliver Budzinski (Ilmenau) ∙ Bernd Frick (Paderborn) ∙ Gerd G. Wagner (Berlin) ∙ Markus Kurscheidt (Bayreuth) ∙ Joel G. Maxcy (Phiadelphia) ∙ Martin Falk (Vienna)
Deadline for abstracts: December 31, 2017
(see the announcement attached)