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Sports Policy Factors Leading to International Sporting Success

Veerle De Bosscher

Sports Policy Factors Leading to International Sporting Success

An International Comparative Study

by Veerle De Bosscher

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Published by Meyer & Meyer Fachverlag und Buchhandel GmbH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • Sporting events & tours,
  • Research,
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Reference,
  • Sports

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8919261M
    ISBN 101841262285
    ISBN 109781841262284

    Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success. Organisational unit: Research Group. Overview; Academic studies and sporting success. Analysing dual careers in 13 nations. , P., Vilanova, A., Inglés, E., De Bosscher, V. (). Community-Driven Sports Events as a Vehicle for Cultural Sustainability within the. The project was set up in following the success of the original SPLISS project The second edition of the project is reflected in the name SPLISS (Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success), an international network of .

    sports policy factors important for international elite sports. The Sport Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS) model categorizes nine pillars of important policy determinants for international success. The model also specifies Critical . A conceptual framework for analyzing sports policy factors leading to international sporting success. European Sport Management Quarterly, 6 (2), – CrossRef Google Scholar.

    Bosscher, VD, Shibil, S, Westerbeek, Hans ORCID: and Bottenburg, MV () Successful Elite Sport Policies: An international comparison of the Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS ) in 15 nations. Meyer & Meyer Sports, Maidenhead. Full text for this resource is not available from the Research Repository. Over hundred criteria are evaluated and compared using a scoring system in nine sport policy areas. This book is aimed at sports professionals, academics and politicians seeking a better understanding of the factors that lead to international sporting success and seeking insights in future sport policy developments.


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Sports Policy Factors Leading to International Sporting Success by Veerle De Bosscher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Policies and international sporting success and to benchmark their nation against competitors. Their common purpose was reflected in the name “SPLISS”, which stands for Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success.

A joint research. SPLISS (Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success) is a network for international comparative studies on high performance sport which has the aim to coordinate, develop and share expertise in innovative high performance sport research at the policy level.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Veerle De Bosscher, Jerry Bingham, Simon Shibli, Maarten van Bottenburg, Paul De Knop Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success Oxford: Meyer & Meyer Sport (UK) Ltd., (Sport, Culture & Society; Vol.

8) ISBN 3 De Bosscher, V., De Knop, P., van Bottenburg,M., Shibli, S. A conceptual framework for analysing Sports Policy Factors Leading to international sporting success. European Sport Manage-ment Quarterly, 6 (2), ISSN at i o n a l g o v e rni n g b o d i e s Pillar 9 Scientific research & innovation Talent development.

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Over hundred criteria are evaluated and compared using a scoring system in nine sport policy areas. This book is aimed at sports professionals, academics and politicians seeking a better understanding of the factors that lead to international sporting success and seeking insights in.

stands for: Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success. using the data we have collected throughout the study, we present what might be learnt from. Successful Elite Sports Policies: An international comparison of the Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS ) in 15 nations.

Aachen: Meyer & Meyer Sport, © Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: ISBN: X OCLC Number. An international group of researchers joined forces to develop theories, methods and a model on the Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS).

The book presents the results of the large-scale international SPLISS-project. Sports Policy Factors Leading to International Sporting Success 作者: De Bosscher, Veerle/ Bingham, Jerry/ Shibli, Simon/ Van Bottenburg, Maarten/ De Knop, Paul 出版社: Perseus Distribution Services 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: Pap ISBN: Successful Elite Sport Policies: An international comparison of the Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS ) in 15 nations - Kindle edition by Veerle De Bosscher, Simon Shinli, Hans Westerbeek, Maarten van Bottenburg.

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The global sporting arms race: an international comparative study on sports policy factors leading to international sporting success. De Bosscher, V., Meyer & Meyer Sport, (). This volume draws on research involving more than 1, athletes, coaches, and performance directors at the highest levels and seeks to evaluate and compare over This paper explores a theory of sports policy factors leading to international sporting success and endeavours to open a dialogue on the state of the art in elite sport development research and international comparative sports research methods.

A conceptual model of sports policy factors leading to international sporting success. Drawing on various international competitiveness studies, it examines how nations develop and implement policies that are based on the critical success factors that may lead to competitive advantage in world sport.

The book presents the results of the large-scale international SPLISS-project. An international comparison of the Sports Policy factors Leading to International Sporting Success (SPLISS ) in 15 can nations improve their chances of winning medals in international sport?This book deals with the strategic policy planning process that underpins the development of successful national elite sport development : Simon Shibli, Hans Westerbeek, Veerle de Bosscher.

Get this from a library. The global sporting arms race: an international comparative study on sport policy factors leading to international sporting success. [Veerle de Bosscher;] -- This title presents an international comparison of elite sports policies in six nations (Norway, Canada, Italy, Holland, the UK and Belgium).

Drawing on research involving more than athletes. Kim and Trail () studied consumer behavior in the sports industry, illuminating sports as one of America’s leading industries which generates nearly billion dollars a year.

It is estimated that spectators spend almost 18 billion dollars a year in the United States on tickets to events, with another 10 billion dollars in incidental. One of the most inclusive studies of meso-level factors that influence international sporting success, that empirically tested a model in six nations, is the Sport Policy Factors that Lead to International Sporting Success (SPLISS) model (De Bosscher et al.,De Bosscher et al., a, De Bosscher et al., b).

SPLISS identifies nine. The global sporting arms race: an international comparative study on sports policy factors leading to international sporting success / Veerle De Bosscher [et al.] Bosscher, Veerle de.Sports Policy factorsLeading to International Sporting Success Northern Ireland Update.

Presentation Overview 1. Sports Institute n= 82 92 60 44 82 Poor % % % % % Success in Elite Sport. All Other NOCs -5 0 5 10 15 / A conceptual framework for analysing Sports Policy Factors Leading to international sporting success Abstract Although an increasing number of nations invest large amounts of money in sport in order to compete against other nations, there is no clear evidence that demonstrates how sports policies can influence international sporting success.