Call for Papers

Dear colleague, scholar, Olympic friend,

This “call for abstracts” is directed to researchers of all disciplines.

We call for research papers related to the business, management and economics of the Olympic Games in general, the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games. Papers about Olympic media, legacy, tourism, eSport consumers, organizations, finance, economics, environment, Paralympics, Youth Olympic Games, politics and other Olympic-related topics are welcome. A special workshop will be offered about topics related to sport ethics and integrity.

Every research related to the “Future of the Olympic and Paralympic Games” and to the field related to Agenda 2020+5 is in particular welcome and will be selected firsthand.

The official language for abstracts and the symposium is English.

 

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

 

Deadlines

1. Quick lane Deadline is October 20th, 2023 => confirmation of acceptance November 15th 2023
2. Regular Deadline is December 10th 2023 => confirmation of acceptance January 15th 2024
3. Final Deadline is March 31st  2024 => confirmation of acceptance April 31st  2024

 

Presentations & Review process

Abstracts can be sent in as poster presentation or as oral presentation.

There will be a double-blind review process of all abstracts. The reviewers will be done by members of the scientific committee. Acceptance will be announced as soon as possible to allow you to book your flights early and have a look for accommodation. We are not able to help you with accommodation or tickets.

Accepted abstracts, posters or any full papers that will be sent via mail by June 1st, 2024 will appear in the official Symposium Proceedings. We are very keen to avoid “no shows” as the spaces for presentations are limited. After acceptance you must register at our webpage.

Any questions regarding the abstract submission process, please ask the scientific coordinator Prof. Dr. Farzad Ghafouri, E-mail: sportoekonomie@uni-mainz.de

Welcome to celebrate with us the 11th Symposium in Paris.

 

Prof. Dr. Holger Preuss              Mathilde Foesser
University of Mainz                       AMOS Sport Business School

 


Our partners:

UIPM – Union International Pentathlon Moderne: The UIPM is our long standing partner supporting Olympic Research and innovative activities.

DOA – German Olympic Academy: The DOA is our long standing partner supporting Olympic Education

This symposium was supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions [823815]

This symposium is acknowledged by the IOC Olympic Study Centre, Lausanne. The OSC supports this symposium since its beginning. It is the world’s leading source of reference for Olympic knowledge. Its responsibility is to collect and share the most up-to-date, accurate and relevant information and knowledge about the Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement, hence enabling research and stimulating the intellectual exchange related to Olympism.