Cost and Revenue Overruns of the Olympic Games 2000–2018

by Holger Preuß, Wladimir Andreff, Maike Weitzmann

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Book Description

In this book the cost and revenue overruns of Olympic Games from Sydney 2000 to PyeongChang 2018 from eight years before the Games to Games‐time are investigated to provide a base for future host cities. The authors evaluated the development of expenditure and revenues of the organizing committees to operate the event, and the investment of taxpayers' money for Olympic venues (non‐OCOG budget). The study is based on data collected worldwide and is currently the most advanced study on cost and revenue changes of Olympic Games.
ContentsCost and Revenue Overruns of Olympic Organizing Committees
Cost Overruns of Olympic Sport Venues
Reflection on Reasons That Cause Cost and Revenue Overruns

Target GroupsLecturers and scholars in political, economical, and sport science
Practitioners in project management, decision makers from sport governing bodies, politicians, the public authorities and taxpayers

The Authors
Prof. Dr. Holger Preuß is Professor of sport economics and sport sociology at Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, (Germany).Prof. Dr. Wladimir Andreff is Professor Emeritus at Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne (France).Maike Weitzmann is a PhD student at Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz (Germany).

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Cost and Revenue Overruns of the Olympic Games 2000–2018 ebook for free in PDF format (6.9 MB).

Book Details

Subject
Economics and Finance
Publisher
Springer
Published
2019
Pages
206
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9783658249953
ISBN10
3658249951
ISBN13 Digital
9783658249960
ISBN10 Digital
365824996X
PDF Size
6.9 MB
License
CC BY

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