PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION OF SPORTS
ECONOMISTS & MANAGERS (P.A.S.E.M.)
THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
AND THE MARKETING
Athens, Greece, February 24-25, 2003
Co-organizer: Panteio Univerity of Social and Political Sciences
§General Secretariat of OlympicGames (Ministry of Culture).
§Athens Institute for Education
§Oikonomia & Athlitismos.
Venue: PanteioUniversity of Social and Political Sciences (136 Sygrou Avenue)
Place:AMPHITHEATER “Sakis Karagiorgas”
February 24, 2003
Gregory T. Papanikos, President, PASEM.
Ioannis Vavouras, Rector, PanteioUniversity of Social & Political
Keynote Speaker: Professor
Stauros Theofanides, PanteioUniversity of Social & Political
Olympic Games: The Ideology of Creative
Contest-Greece the Richest Country in Culture.
Session I: The Economics of
Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos
1.C. Sinclair (University of Utah, U.S.A) & P. Philips (University of Utah, U.S.A). Building for
the Rich – Broadcasting to the Poor: How the NBA Responded to a Changing U.S. Economy.
2.B. Frick (University Of
Witten/Herdecke, Germany). The Detrimental
Performance Effects of Up-Front Payments: Empirical Evidence from the
North American “National Football League”.
3.M. Hann (University of Groningen, TheNetherlands), R. H. Koning (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) - A.van Witterloostuijn (DurhamBusinessSchool, University of
Market Forces in
4.G. Sierksma (University of Groningen, TheNetherlands). Computer Support for
SESSION II:The Economics of European Football (Soccer)
Professor Vasilios Patsouratis
1.M. Kozma (Buespa, Hungary) & T. Nagy (Buespa, Hungary). Paradigms in Hungarian
2.T. Heubek (Universiry of Hamburg, Germany) & J. Scheuer
(Universiry of Hamburg, Germany). Incentive Contracts in
Team Sports – Theory and Practice.
3.J. Ashworth (University of
UK) & B. Heyndels (University of
UK). The Impact of the
Relative Age Effect on Wages in German Professional Soccer: An Exploratory Analysis.
4.E. Or (Istanbul University, Turkey) & B. Donuk (Istanbul University, Turkey). The Comparison of
“Turkish NationalTeam” and
“GALATASARAY SK.” in the Field of International Competition and Subjective
Evaluation of Turkish Football Fans.
SESSION III: The Economics and
the Management of Olympic Games
Aris Katerinopoulos (ATINER, Greece)
Nikolaidis, (City Liberal Studies, Affiliated Institution of the University of Sheffield in Thessaloniki), S.S. Antoniadou (University of Sheffield in Thessaloniki) &L. Valvi (Marketing Manager, Peristeri
The Influence of the Olympic games of 2004 in
Greek Corporate Attitudes Towards Sports Sponsorship.
Hall University, U.S.A.). An
Analysis of the Projected Financial & Economic Impacts of the 2012 Summer
Olympic Games on the City of New York and the Greatest New York Metropolitan
3.G. Kuper (University of Groningen, TheNetherlands) & E.Sterken (University of Groningen, The Netherlands). Olympic Participation
and Performance since 1896.
4.A. Secot (Faculty of Sport Studies, Brno, Czech Republic).
Commercial Nature of
IV: Sports Issues I
Chairperson: Professor Stauros Theofanides, PanteioUniversity of Social & Political Sciences.
1.R. Koning (University of Groningen, TheNetherlands).
Evaluation of the Firing of a Coach on Team Performance.
2.K. Stahurα (Arkansas State
University, U.S.A.) & J. Stillwel (Arkansas State
The Emergency of the
Female Athlete in Western Culture.
3.D. J. Waters (National Institute of Education, Republic of Singapore). Singapore’s Organizational Strategies
in the Development and Management of a Sport Culture.
4.G. Kokkini (MSc Sport Management,
University of Northumbria,
An Investigation into the Effectiveness of using Sport Personalities as
Local Heroes to Endorse Sport Products.
Margariti (MSc Sport Management, University of Northumbria, U.K.). Digital and web Broadcasting: Τhe Impact
on Attendance of English vs. Greek Premier League Football Games.
DINNER (BY INVITATION ONLY)
Tuesday, February 25, 2003
SESSION V: Round Table I
Greek Sports: The Challenge of Professional Football
and the Olympic Games
Professor Ioannis Vavouras, Rector, PanteioUniversity
1.Gregory T. Papanikos, President,
2.Christos Smirlis, Member of Parliament.
3.Evangelos Meimarakis, Member of Greek Parliament.
4.Athanasios Kanelopoulos, President EPAE.
5.Aristidis Gikas, Director, PAE Olympiakos.
6.Marios Vasilopoulos, President PEFA & Vice
SESSION VΙI: Sports Issues II
Chairperson: Proffessor Angelos
1.A. Katerinopoulos (ATINER, Greece). Applying a Strategy
Approach for the Development of Sports Tourism in Greece.
Mitsios(Tax Accountant, Greece).
Taxing the Professional Players.
3.Z. Boutsioli(LondonSchool of Economics, UK). Health and Olympic games.