Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Sport Industry Research Centre"
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BARRETT, David and MOORE, Richard (2010). The Coaching Workforce Survey 2010 - Baseline Report. Project Report. Northern Ireland, Sport Northern Ireland.
BLACKSHAW, Tony (2014). The crisis in sociological leisure studies and what to do about it. Annals of Leisure Research, 17 (2), 127-144.
BULLOUGH, Steven and MILLS, Andrew (2014). Give us a game : evaluating the opportunities that exist for English footballers to play in the English Premier League. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, 9 (4), 637-650.
DAVIES, L. (2010). Sport and economic regeneration: a winning combination? Sport in Society, 13 (10), 1438-1457.
DAVIES, L., RAMCHANDANI, G. and COLEMAN, R. (2010). Measuring attendance: issues and implications for estimating the impact of free-to-view sports events. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 12 (1), 11-23.
DAVIES, L. E. (2002). Consumers' expenditure on sport in the UK: Increased spending or under-estimation? Managing leisure: an international journal, 7 (2), 83-102.
DAVIES, L. E. (2005). Not in my back yard! Sports stadia location and the property market. Area, 37 (3), 268-276.
DAVIES, L. E. (2008). Sport and the local economy: the role of stadia in regenerating commercial property. Local Economy, 23 (1), 31-46.
DAVIES, L. E. (2002). Sport in the city: measuring economic significance at the local level. European sport management quarterly, 2 (2), 83-107.
DAVIES, L. E. (2006). Sporting a new role: stadia and the real estate market. Managing leisure: an international journal, 11 (4), 231-244.
DAVIES, L. E. (2004). Valuing the voluntary sector: rethinking economic analysis. Leisure studies, 23 (4), 347-364.
DAVIES, Larissa (2010). Sport and economic regeneration: a winning combination? Sport in Society, 13 (10), 1438-1457.
DAVIES, Larissa (2011). Using sports infrastructure to deliver economic and social change: Lessons for London beyond 2012. Local Economy, 26 (4), 227-231.