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"Sport Finance, Second Edition," shows students how to apply financial concepts and appreciate the importance of finance in sound sport management and operations.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Case Studies|
|The Basics of Sport Finance|
|Financial Issues in Sport|
|Billion-Dollar Broadcasting Deals|
|Stocks for Sale|
|Sports Apparel Blues|
|Financing New Stadiums and Arenas|
|Basic Financial Concepts|
|Revenues and Expenses|
|Determining Financial Objectives|
|Overview of Accounting Concepts|
|Financial Systems and How They Operate|
|Government's Influence on Financial Markets|
|General and Limited Partnerships|
|Subchapter S Corporations|
|Limited Liability Corporations and Partnerships|
|Principles of Financial Analysis|
|Financial Statements, Forecasts, and Planning|
|Types of Financial Statements|
|Types of Financial Ratios|
|Preparing Financial Forecasts and Budgets|
|Time Value of Money|
|How Much Is Money Worth?|
|Approaches to Financial Planning|
|Importance of Financial Planning|
|The Financial Planning Process|
|Developing a Pro Forma Budget|
|Incorporating the Pro Forma Budget in the Business Plan|
|Where the Money Comes From|
|Open Markets and Other Short-Term Borrowing|
|Funding for Small or Minority-Owned Businesses|
|Capital Acquisition Assistance|
|Increasing Stock Values|
|Costs of Issuing Bonds|
|Government Assistance: Industrial Development Bonds|
|Capitalization Problems and Issues|
|Goal of Capital Budgeting|
|Cost of Capital|
|Capital Budgeting Decision Methods|
|Risk and Capital Budgeting|
|Projecting Cash Flow|
|Short-Term Financial Management|
|Review of Current Assets and Liabilities|
|Inventory and Production Management|
|Taxation and Legal Issues|
|Benefits of Corporate Status|
|Financial Risk Management|
|Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Current Sport Industry Example|
|Purposes of Auditing|
|Categories of Audits|
|Removal of Business Assets|
|Selling a Business|
|Time Value of Money|
|About the Authors|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|