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    International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship, Vol 23, 2022, No 3

    IJSMS is the world’s leading journal for the sports marketing industry, and provides a vital resource to both academic and industry experts. For academics it is an opportunity to publish the highest quality, peer-reviewed research. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Sponsor and ambush marketing during the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Twitter and Instagram by Olan K.M. Scott, Nicholas Burton, Bo L.

    Journal of Global Sport Management, Volume 7, 2022, issue 1

    JGSM aims to be the global platform for focused, rigorous, and interdisciplinary research that has originality, depth, and clarity of insights into significant issues and developments of interest to sport management. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Examining Determinants of Sport Event Attendance: A Multilevel Analysis of a Major League Baseball Season by Namhun Lim & Paul M. Pedersen.

    Sport Marketing Quarterly, Volume 30, 2021, Issue 2

    The Sport Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) is published quarterly and serves as an outlet for the dissemination of sport marketing information for both practicing professionals and academicians. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Niche Sport Sponsorship: Providing the Target Market Sponsors Want? by Greg Greenhalgh, Tiesha Martin and Allison Smith.

    Journal of Global Sport Management, Volume 6, 2021, issue 1 | The Uniqueness of the Sport Context

    JGSM aims to be the global platform for focused, rigorous, and interdisciplinary research that has originality, depth, and clarity of insights into significant issues and developments of interest to sport management. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: SUSTAINABLE OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT: A PROPOSED BENCHMARK FOR MANAGING ECONOMIC OUTCOMES by Timothy Koba, Hua Gong, Walker J. Ross & John Grady.

    Journal of Sport & Tourism, Volume 24, 2020, Issue 3

    The Journal of Sport & Tourism (JS&T) aims to publish research that makes a clear contribution, substantively, theoretically or methodologically, to the body of knowledge relating to all aspects of the relationship between sport and tourism. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: SPORT TOURISM ENTITY DESIRED OUTCOMES by Jennifer A. Stoll, Anthony W. Dixon, Andrew L. Goldsmith, Damon P. S. Andrew & Packianathan Chelladurai

    Journal of Amateur Sport, Volume 4, 2018, No 1

    The Journal of Amateur Sport (JAS) provides scholars with an outlet in which to share scholarship relevant to the amateur sports realm. We define amateur sport as those who participate and govern at the youth, recreational, community, international, and intercollegiate level.

    Sport Management Review, Volume 22, 2019, Issue 4

    Sport Management Review is published as a service to sport industries worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal concerned with the management, marketing, and governance of sport at all levels and in all its manifestations -- whether as an entertainment, a recreation, or an occupation. The journal welcomes submissions reporting new research, new applications and advances in theory.

    Sport Marketing Quarterly, Volume 27, 2018, Issue 4

    The Sport Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) is published quarterly and serves as an outlet for the dissemination of sport marketing information for both practicing professionals and academicians. These two important constituencies now have an opportunity to develop a relationship that is intended to be mutually beneficial.

    Journal of Sport Management, Volume 33, 2019, Issue 3

    The Journal of Sport Management encourages the submission of manuscripts in a number of areas as they relate to the management, governance, and consumption of sport. Studies using quantitative and/or qualitative approaches are welcomed. JSM publishes research and scholarly review articles; short reports on replications, test development, and data reanalysis; and more.

    Sport management-området låter sig inte sammanfattas i en volym

    Josef Fahlén är inte helt nöjd med de högtflygande ambitionerna i George Cunninghams redigerade volym Sport Management. De enskilda bidragen är utmärkta var för sig, men skapar ingen heltäckande bild.