Registration Symposium Paris 2024

There is no registration fee, but advanced registration for the symposium is required. Space is limited. Reservations will be accepted in the order they are received. To register for the 11th International Sport Business Symposium, please fill out the form below and click the send button. If you have any questions please contact us at sportoekonomie@uni-mainz.de.

Workshop 1: "Sustainability of Paris 2024"

This workshop takes place in the afternoon. We will discuss and deliver (concise oral presentations) certain findings from the Paris 2024 Supervisory Evaluation Committee on the social and economic impact, as well as the challenges associated with assessing the Games' impact and legacy. The Paris 2024 OCOG will be present for this workshop.

Workshop 2: "Sport Ethics and Integrity and the Olympic Games"

This workshop takes place in the morning. We will discuss and present (brief oral presentations) the latest findings and ideas concerning sports ethics and the integrity of sports. Topics may include governance issues, match-fixing, sexual harassment, environmental harm, discrimination, etc., and they should, if possible, be related to the Olympic Movement or the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The DoctorAl Training Network in Sport Ethics and Integrity (DAiSI) (EU-funded MSCA DAiSI DTN) will be present for this workshop. Workshop I (morning): Sport Ethics and Integrity – and the Olympic Games: We will discuss and present (brief oral presentations) the latest findings and ideas concerning sports ethics and the integrity of sports. Topics may include governance issues, match-fixing, sexual harassment, environmental harm, discrimination, etc., and they should, if possible, be related to the Olympic Movement or the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The DoctorAl Training Network in Sport Ethics and Integrity (DAiSI) (EU-funded MSCA DAiSI DTN) will be present for this workshop. Additionally, we will look at the future of “EventRights” from different perspectives. We invited the partners of this EU funded RISE Marie-Curie project to report their latest research and then discuss what that means for the future.

Panel: "Future of the Games and Legacy: 8 years to Brisbane"

Brisbane is getting ready to welcome the world in 2032, and from the perspective of stakeholders who are involved in Games preparations for 2032, this panel will share a future vision for the City and Region. To ensure an ongoing legacy, the panel explores what is required by government, industry, communities and universities from across Australia and globally, and how ‘alliance’ can benefit the Olympic Movement. Titled “The Future of the Games and Legacy: 8 years to Brisbane”, the panel unpacks legacy challenges and opportunities, discusses how lessons from the past are being used to shape future plans for sport and society, and explores how future trends will impact the Olympic Movement.
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