Title: The importance of market size in the consumer oriented service professional football: The Belgian case
Authors: Dejonghe, Trudo
Issue Date: 2008
Conference: Annual International Association of Sports Economics Conference edition:6 location:Athens, Greece date:May 2004
Abstract: The problem with Belgian football competition is that in the long run, and as reality shows us in the short term, the contemporary situation will lead to market failures and the elimination of some of the clubs. The solution proposed in this paper is the creation of a new professional competition with fewer teams combined with territorial exclusivity in a centre with a potential number of consumers that reach a certain absolute or relative threshold.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IMa
Appears in Collections:Department of International Business, Strategy and Economics (IBSE), Campus Carolus Antwerp

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