This module builds on the business and governance principles applied to sport and leisure industries and explores the basics of economic analysis and decision-making. It aims to explain and apply the supply-demand economic module underpinning individual and organisational leisure and sports behaviour. The economics of professional sports teams and sports franchises are examined. The module develops ability and techniques to calculate GDSP and economic impact of sport and recreation events, facilities, professional sports teams and sports franchises.
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