02.09.2019
Best Paper Award Runner-Up for F. Wagner, H.Preuß & T. Könecke
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On 27 June 2019, at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference, the paper by Fabio Wagner, Prof. Dr. Preuß and Prof. Dr. Könecke entitled 'A novel approach to measuring competitive intensity - and an application to Germany's boring (?) Bundesliga' was awarded the Best Paper Award Runner-Up. The high-ranking international conference took place from 26-28 June in Lisbon, Portugal. The Mainz Department of Sports Economics presented the new approach for measuring competitive intensity in sports leagues and will now publish it.


09.05.2019
Open Mini-Symposium about Financial Fair Play on Thursday - Guests are welcome

Lecture

The Institute of Sport Science at the Johannes Gutenberg University organizes a Mini-Symposium with open debate on Thursday, 16.5.2019, from 18:00-20:00 (S2, Albert Schweitzer Str. 21, 55128 Mainz). Financial Fair Play is probably the most restrictive regulation that European club football has seen in this millennium. The major rationale behind this policy is to fight the increasing overinvestment of football clubs that has characterized the system over the past two decades. Questions over its legitimacy and effectiveness have accompanied the professional debate about the policy ever since its approval in 2009. Today, ten years later, it seems legitimate to put a critical perspective on Financial Fair Play and to assess it from different angles.
The invited speakers are
Sean Hamil, Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London; Christian Müller, Professor, Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, former CEO DFL for Licencing and Finance; Dr. Jan Lehmann, Board Member for Finance & Commerce 1. FSV Mainz 05. The presentations and the following debate, moderated by Prof. Dr. Holger Preuss (JGU), are open to the public.


29.01.2019
Top-class guests in conversation with students
Lecture
The lecture series in the context of the Master's and Doctorate Colloquium of Prof. Dr. Preuß brings extremely high-class guests into direct contact with the M. Sc. International Sports Management and the MAiSI students. Last Thursday Sylvia Schenk was a guest with the topic "Transparency International and its impact on the FIFA Reform process" and an open round of questions. Yesterday it was Alex Phillips, UEFA Head of Governance and Compliance, who spoke about his responsibilities in the European Football Association.

Other interesting contributions will follow this week and next  (see lecture series). 


07.01.2019

Book "Cost & Revenue Overruns of the Olympic Games 2000-2018" as open access online


This study was conducted by the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in cooperation with Panthéon Sorbonne University, Paris.
The study on costs and revenue overruns of the past 10 Olympic Games has the aim to reveal the variations of the OCOG expenditures and revenues and the non-OCOG capital investments (public money) over time from bidding (t-8) to staging the Olympic Games (t).
The Open Access book is available here.


22.11.2018
Colloquium

This semester we offer a colloquium with lectures on sports politics and sports organisation for all interested employees, all master students and doctoral students. Please note the web page announcements.

13.11.2018
Field trip with MAiSI students to DOSB

MAISI

The students of the Erasmus Mundus MA in Sports Ethics and Integrity (MAiSI) visited the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) last Monday to spend some informative hours on the topics of values and education in sport. A total of ten top-class speakers from science and associations spoke. Lectures, discussions and a short visit to the neighboring DFB provided an interesting day. The programme of the day you find here. The MAiSI students and the JGU students of the Master's programme in International Sportmanagement rounded off the evening together in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen.

23.10.2018
Study on Cost & Revenue Overruns of the Olympic Games online


This study was conducted by the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in cooperation with Panthéon Sorbonne University, Paris.
This study on costs and revenue overruns of the past 10 Olympic Games has the aim to reveal the variations of the OCOG expenditures and revenues and the non-OCOG capital investments (public money) over time from bidding (t-8) to staging the Olympic Games (t).
The executive summary is available here. The full study (180 pages) will soon be available in "open access" with Springer.

06.06.2018
MESGO visiting European Handball Federation in Vienna

The academic partners of the Executive Master in Sport Governance (MESGO) have gathered at the European Handball Federation (one of the team sport partners of the programme) in Vienna for a two-day meeting of the MESGO Management Committee.

The picture shows Prof. Dr. Holger Preuss together with Dr. Mathias Schubert.


31.05.2018
Council of Europe new partner of mesgo V

Starting n September Mesgo V has a new partner. The Council of Europe is also joining MESGO. after joining yesterday UEFA.
Ceferin said:
“For its part, the Council of Europe has been a regular guest at important UEFA events, technical workshops and summits.  Earlier this year, it became a partner of UEFA’s Master in Executive Sports Governance, a leading education programme for sports executives”. More information 




Consultation hours 

Prof. Dr. Preuss: Mo 13 - 14 

Dr. N. Schütte: Wed 17 - 18 

Dr. M. Mauritz: Thu 10-11

Dr. M. Schubert: Wed 13.30 - 14.30 (upon prior notice)

A. Scheu: Wed 14 - 15

F. Wagner: Thu 10-11

M. Weitzmann: Wed 13.30 - 14.30

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Book Publications  (english)

Preuss, H.,Kurscheidt, M. Hrsg
Fritz, Gerald (2019). Fanclubs der Nationalmannschaften im deutschen Teamsport. SpringerGabler Verlag

Preuss, H, Andreff, W., Weitzmann,M (2019). Cost and Revenue Overruns of the Olympic Games 2000 -20018.
SpringerGabler Verlag

Preuss, H. & Kurscheidt, M.  Hrsg
Zimmermann, T. (2019). Management von Ligen in Individualsportarten.  SpringerGabler Verlag


Preuss, H. & Scheu, A. (2018). Residents perception of  Mega Sport Event legacies and impacts: the case of the Hamburg 2024 Olympic bid. German Journal of exercise and sport research,  6 April 2018, pp. 1-11.

Schubert, M. & Hamil, S. (2018). Financial Doping and Financial Fair Play in European Club Football Competitions. In: M. Breuer & D. Forrest (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook on the Economics of Manipulation in Sport. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Königstorfer, J., & Preuss, H. (2018). Perceived Values in relation to the Olympic Games: development and use of the Olympic Value Scale. European Sport Management quarterly, 4 April 2018, pp. 1-26

Preuss H., an der Heiden, I., & Alfs, C. (2018). Economic importance of football in Germany. In World Association for Sport Management (Ed.), The global Football Industry (pp. 62–77). Oxon: Routledge.

Könecke, T., Preuß, H., Schütte, N. (2017). Direct regional economic impact of Germany’s 1. FC Kaiserslautern through participation in the 1. Bundesliga. Soccer & Society. (7), 988–1011. https://doi.org/10.1080/14660970.2015.1067786

Schubert, M. & Lopez Frias, F.J. (2017). Walk the Talk: Financial Fairness in European club football. Sport, Ethics & Philosophy. 
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17511321.2017.1371790

Preuss, H., & Form, L. (2017). Regulating sport leagues: The case of Hockey India League. In J. J. Zhang & B. G. Pitts (Eds.), Contemporary Sport Marketing (pp. 42–54). Oxon: Routledge.

Preuss, H. (2017). Olympic Finance. In Gold, J.R., Gold, M.M. (Ed.), Olympic cities (3rd ed., pp. 139–160). Oxfordshire: Routledge.

Preuss, H., an der Heiden, I., & Alfs, C. (2016). Economic Importance of Soccer in Germany. The Journal of Shanghai University of Sport (JSUS). (6).

Preuss, H. (2016). A Theory of Mega Sport Event Legacies. In G. B. Cunningham, Fink J.S., & A. Doherty (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of theory in Sport Management (pp. 69–81). London: Routledge.

Müller, N., Messing, M., Preuss, H., Buchwalder, M., & Desch, M. (2016). On the Meaning of the Cultural Program for Biathlon Spectators in Salt Lake 2002. In N. Müller, M. Messing, & K. Schormann (Eds.), Cultural Views of the Olympics. "citius, altius, fortius, pulchrius, humanius" (Vol. 16, pp. 117–120). Kassel: AGON-Sportverlag.

Preuss, H. (2016). How has the Olympic Movement changed since Sydney 2000? In Chatziefstathiou, D. & Ramon, X., Miragaya, A. (Eds.), Olympic Idea Nowadays. Perceptions and insights (pp. 69–71). Barcelona: Centre d’Estudis Olímpics i de l’Esport.

Preuss, H. (2016). How have London 2012 and Sochi 2014 supported or changed the Olympic Movement? In  Chatziefstathiou, D. & Ramon, X., Miragaya, A. (Eds.), Olympic Idea Nowadays. Perceptions and insights (pp. 133–134). Barcelona: Centre d’Estudis Olímpics i de l’Esport.



















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