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Economic impact of sporting events using the case of 2015 Canada Winter Games
Miranda Kynoch (author)Ajit Dayanandan (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Number of pages in document: 58
Economic Impact studies have been a popular research topic among Economists. These studies look at the direct, indirect and induced effect of hosting or bidding on sporting, cultural or other events. This paper identifies a few of the more popular methodologies for conducting an economic impact study as well as the benefits, drawbacks and reasons for using each method. As well, an economic impact assessment of the 2015 Canada Winter Games is carried out using 2 methods. --Leaf ii.
Canada Winter Games (2015 : Prince George, B.C.) -- Economic aspects.Winter sports -- Economic aspects -- British Columbia -- Prince George Region.Economic impact analysis -- British Columbia -- Prince George Region.