Extended deadline for paper submission to the 20th EASM Conference in Aalborg, Denmark


By Play the Game

The deadline for paper submission to the 20th EASM Conference taking place in Aalborg, Denmark, on 18-21 September 2012 has been extended two weeks. EASM therefore invites you and your colleagues/peers to submit a scientific or practical abstract/paper or poster to be considered for presentation at the conference.  

Young researchers are invited to submit a scientific paper for the New Researchers Award (NRA). Completed research or research in progress is welcomed. The new submission deadline will be 10 April 2012.

Read the full Call for Abstracts/Papers here.

Submit your Abstract/Paper here

The EASM 2012 program structure will consist of the following session types: 

  • Topical sessions (abstracts only).
  • Workshops (abstracts and/or papers where specified).
  • Poster presentations (abstracts only).
  • Keynote sessions (invited speakers).

Topical Sessions
In the topical sessions topics of interest for abstract submission include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Opportunities, challenges and trends in sport management
  2. Leadership issues in sport organisations
  3. Tourism and leisure sport management
  4. Global sporting events
  5. Critical sport management issues
  6. Sport fans
  7. Sport for good
  8. Marketing in and through sport
  9. Sport policy
  10. Governance in sport
  11. Volunteering in sport
  12. Participation in sport. Strategies and challenges
  13. Operation and management of sports and leisure facilities
  14. Sport, media and journalism
  15. Other sport management related issues

When writing your abstract, it is recommended that you consider the topics listed under the topical sessions (or workshops). However, the Scientific Committee reserves the right to decide on final topic grouping upon abstract selection.
Abstracts/papers are invited for the following workshops:

A. The contribution of science to practice in football. [read more]
B. Elite sport organisation and management for world class performance. [read more
C. Sport policy: the significance of government. [read more]
D. Sport policy and ‘hard’ times. [read more]
E. London 2012: success and failure of national elite sport policies. [read more
F. University teaching in sport management. [read more]
G. Governance of national and international sports organisations. [read more
H. Volunteering in sport. [read more]
I. ESMQ 2013 Special Issue: Value co-creation in sport management. [read more
The following workshops are open to participation but do not require abstracts/papers:

J.     ESMQ Editors’ workshop. [read more]
K.    Play the Game symposium. [read more]
Read more about the workshops here.  Submit your Abstract/Paper here.

Questions about Abstract/Paper submission can be directed to:
Lau Tofft-Jørgensen
phone: +45 51 90 61 05
mobile: +45 32 66 10 38


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