Items where SHU Author is "Shibli, Simon"
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NEVILL, Alan, DONNELLY, Paul, SHIBLI, Simon, FOSTER, Charlie and MURPHY, Marie (2014). Modifiable behaviors help to explain the inequalities in perceived health associated with deprivation and social class : evidence from a national sample. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11 (2), 339-347.
MURPHY, Marie H, DONNELLY, Paul, BRESLIN, Gavin, SHIBLI, Simon and NEVILL, Alan M (2013). Does doing housework keep you healthy? : the contribution of domestic physical activity to meeting current recommendations for health. BMC public health, 13 (1), p. 966.
MURPHY, M.H., DONNELLY, P., SHIBLI, S., FOSTER, C. and NEVILL, A.M. (2012). Physical activity, walking and leanness: an analysis of the Northern Ireland Sport and Physical Activity Survey (SAPAS). Preventive Medicine, 54 (2), 140-144.
SHIBLI, Simon, GRATTON, Chris and BINGHAM, J (2012). A forecast of the performance of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the London 2012 Olympic Games. Managing Leisure, 17 (2-3), 274-290.
SHIBLI, Simon and WILSON, Robert (2011). Budgeting and budgetary control in sport. In: TRENBERTH, Linda and HASSAN, David, (eds.) Managing sport business : an introduction. Foundations of sport management . Routledge, 185-208.
DE BOSSCHER, V, SHIBLI, S, VAN BOTTENBURG, M, DE KNOP, P and TRUYENS, J (2010). Developing a method for comparing the elite sport systems and policies of nations : a mixed research methods approach. Journal of Sport Management, 24 (5), 567-600.
COLEMAN, Richard, RAMCHANDANI, Girish, SHIBLI, Simon, MUNDAY, M, JONES, C and BROWN, A (2010). Event impact evaluation framework and toolkit. Event Impacts.
SCHWATZ, Eric C., HALL, Stacey A. and SHIBLI, Simon (2010). Sport facility operations management : a global perspective. Oxford, England, Butterworth-Heinemann.
DE BOSSCHER, Veerle, DE KNOP, Paul, VAN BOTTENBURG, Maarten, SHIBLI, Simon and BINGHAM, Jerry (2009). Explaining international sporting success: an international comparison of elite sport systems and policies in six countries. Sport Management Review, 12 (3), 113-136.
LIU, Yi-De, TAYLOR, Peter and SHIBLI, Simon (2009). Sport equity : benchmarking the performance of English public sport facilities. European Sport Management Quarterly, 9 (1), 3-21.
SHIBLI, Simon, BULLOUGH, Steven, COLEMAN, Richard, GREGORY, Maxine, HART, Gemma and RAMCHANDANI, Girish (2009). Everyday Swim (2006-2009) Final Report. Project Report. Amateur Swimming Association.
LIU, Yi-De, TAYLOR, Peter and SHIBLI, Simon (2009). Measuring customer service quality of English public sport facilities. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing (IJSMM), 6 (3), 229-252.
LIU, Yi-De, TAYLOR, Peter and SHIBLI, Simon (2008). Utilizing importance data to identify customer segments for English public sport facilities. Managing Leisure, 13 (3-4), 189-206.
SHIBLI, Simon and BINGHAM, Jerry (2008). A forecast of the performance of China in the Beijing Olympic Games 2008 and the underlying performance management issues. Managing Leisure, 13 (3-4), 272-292.
DE BOSSCHER, V, HEYNDELS, B, DE KNOP, P, VAN BOTTENBURG, M and SHIBLI, Simon (2008). The paradox of measuring success of nations in elite sport. BELGEO, 9 (2), 1-18.
BARLOW, Maxine and SHIBLI, Simon (2007). Audience development in the arts : a case study of chamber music. Managing Leisure, 12 (2-3), 102-119.
DE BOSSCHER, V, BINGHAM, J, SHIBLI, Simon, BOTTENBURG, M. van and DE KNOP, P. (2007). The global sporting arms race : an international comparative study on sports policy factors leading to international sporting success. Meyer & Meyer Sport.
LIU, Yi-De, TAYLOR, Peter and SHIBLI, Simon (2007). The operational efficiency of English public sport facilities. Managing Leisure, 12 (4), 251-272.
MULDER, Craig, SHIBLI, Simon and HALE, Jo (2006). Rights of way improvement plans and increased access to the countryside in England : some key issues concerning supply. Managing Leisure, 11 (2), 96-115.
DE BOSSCHER, Veerle, DE KNOP, Paul, VAN BOTTENBURG, Maarten and SHIBLI, Simon (2006). A conceptual framework for analysing sports policy factors leading to international sporting success. European Sport Management Quarterly, 6 (2), 185-215.
GRATTON, Chris, SHIBLI, Simon and COLEMAN, Richard (2006). The economic impact of major sports events : a review of ten events in the UK. The Sociological Review, 54 (S2), 41-58.
SHIBLI, Simon and COLEMAN, Richard (2005). Economic impact and place marketing evaluation : a case study of the World Snooker Championship. International Journal of Event Management Research, 1 (1), 13-29.
MULDER, Craig, SHIBLI, Simon and HALE, Jo (2005). Young people's demand for countryside recreation : a function of supply, tastes and preferences? Managing Leisure, 10 (2), 106-127.
SOLBERG, H, ANDERSSON, T and SHIBLI, Simon (2002). An exploration of the direct economic impacts from business travelers at world championships. Event Management, 7 (3), 151-164.
GRATTON, Chris, DOBSON, Nigel and SHIBLI, Simon (2000). The economic importance of major sports events : a case-study of six events. Managing Leisure, 5 (1), 17-28.
SHIBLI, Simon and GRATTON, Chris (1999). Assessing the public profile of major sports events : a case study of the European Short Course Swimming Championships. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 1 (3).
SHIBLI, Simon and OWEN, Elizabeth (1998). Audience for contemporary dance : key issues arising from a major study in Sheffield. International Journal of Market Research, 40 (3).
NICHOLS, G., GRATTON, C., SHIBLI, S. and TAYLOR, P. (1998). Local Authority support to volunteers in sports clubs. Managing Leisure, 3 (3), 119-127.
OWEN, Elizabeth and SHIBLI, Simon (1998). Pricing issues relating to contemporary dance audiences in Sheffield. Managing Leisure, 3 (4), 181-193.
SHIBLI, Simon and WILKINSON-RIDDLE, G. J. (1998). An examination of the first class county cricket championship as an effective structure for producing equivalently proficient Test match teams. Managing Leisure, 3 (2), 85-97.
SHIBLI, Simon and ROBBINS, Dawn (1995). Leisure manager's guide to budgeting and budgetary control. London, Longman.