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THE ECONOMICS OF STAGING THE OLYMPICS

THE ECONOMICS OF STAGING THE OLYMPICS

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A Comparison of the Games 1972–2008

Holger Preuss, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany and member of the Research Team Olympia

‘The Olympic Games are the most prestigious sports event that a city can organise. They are the dream and fulfilment of young athletes. They also represent an extraordinary sporting, social, cultural and environmental legacy for the host city, the region and the country. The IOC is dedicated and committed to ensuring that its legacy is the best possible one. Professor Holger Preuss highlights the beneficial impact of the Olympic Games, financially and socially. Nowadays, hosting the Olympic Games can act as a catalyst for urban redevelopment, enabling changes, which might normally take several decades, to be completed over a seven-year cycle. This work, which highlights macroeconomic and business analysis related to over 30 years of Olympic Games’s history, will certainly be useful to share the knowledge and the various experiences in this field and prove a valuable tool for students and researchers who are interested in the Olympic Movement. It is through similar publications that the complexity of the Olympic Games and their economic impact can be further understood by the generations to come. I trust that each of you will enjoy reading this book and appreciate the work of its author.’

– From the preface by Jacques Rogge, President
of the International Olympic Committee

2006  352 pp  Paperback  978 1 84542 722 1  £34.95  WEB PRICE £27.96
2004  Hardback  1 84376 893 3  £91.00  WEB PRICE £81.90

Edward Elgar Publishing.

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