Thanks for getting back to me.
There's certainly no shortage of information on the topic at hand.
I've tried to select articles that go right to your topic, and that
reflect a diversity of club types, sports, geography, and even
history. I think you also have a good cross-section here of some of
the key scholars in this field.
I trust these articles will fully meet your needs. But if there's
anything else I can do for you, just let me know by posting a Request
Revenue Sharing and Competitive Balance in Professional Team Sports
Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 1, No. 1, 56-65 (2000)
The Old Ball Game
Organization of 19th-Century Professional Base Ball Clubs
Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 5, No. 3, 277-291 (2004)
...The first professional base ball clubs came in two varieties: stock
clubs, which paid their players fixed wages, and player cooperatives,
in which players shared the proceeds after expenses
The Financial Crisis in European Football
Journal of Sports Economics, Vol. 7, No. 1, 3-12 (2006)
...This introduction reviews the financial crises in football in
several European countries, searches for common explanations of these
crises, and proposes a few solutions
Stochastic Frontiers and the Temporal Structure of Managerial
Efficiency in English Soccer
Peter Dawson, Stephen Dobson, and Bill Gerrard
Journal of Sports Economics, Nov 2000; 1: 341 - 362
Revenue Sharing and Competitive Balance: Does the Invariance Proposition Hold?
Journal of Sports Economics, Feb 2005; 6: 98 - 106
The Evolving European Model of Professional Sports Finance
Journal of Sports Economics, Aug 2000; 1: 257 - 276
Wladimir Andreff and Paul D. Staudohar
The Effectiveness of Incentive Mechanisms in Major League Baseball
Journal of Sports Economics, Aug 2002; 3: 246 - 255
Joel G. Maxcy, Rodney D. Fort, and Anthony C. Krautmann
The Economics of Professional Sports Leagues: Some Insights on the
Reform of Transfer Markets
Journal of Sports Economics, May 2003; 4: 87 - 107
Spiros Bougheas and Paul Downward
A Corporate System Model of a Sports Club: Using Simulation as an Aid
to Policy Making in a Crisis
Roger I. Hall, William B. Menzies
Management Science, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Jan., 1983), pp. 52-64
Sports Management: A Guide to Professional Practice
By Aaron Smith, Bob Stewart
AN OVERVIEW OF SOME RECENT PERSPECTIVES ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMICS OF SPORT
International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 34, No. 1, 59-68 (1999)
...This article identifies different socio-economic approaches to
sport...based on three major disciplinary orientations: the economic
sociology of sport; the sociology of rational (sporting) choice; and
the economy of bounded rationality
Social Positioning and the Construction of a Youth Sports Club
International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 38, No. 1, 23-44 (2003)
...This article uses the concept of social positioning to explore the
construction of a youth sports club by young people, their parents and
Quality Management in Sports Clubs
Paul De Knop,
Sport Management Review, 2004, 7, 57?77
...with the background of the recently developed Instrument for the
Evaluation of Gymnastic clubs (IKGym), a more
generally applicable model for the evaluation of traditional sports
clubs has been developed. This evaluation tool, named IKSport, was
in 1,657 sports clubs.
Culture, Ethnicity and Sport Management: A New Zealand Perspective.
David Thomas and Lorna Dyall, Sport Management Review, November, 1999,
Vol. 2, No. 2, p. 115-132
Reflective Practice in Sport Management.
Allan Edwards, Sport Management Review, May, 1999, Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 67-81
Football-as-War, Coach-as-General: Analogy, Metaphor and Management Implications.
Pamm Kellett, Football Studies, April, 2002, Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 60-76
A New System of Big League Management
Hugo Bezdek, Baseball Magazine, August, 1918, Vol. XXI, No. 4, p. 331-333
[Nice historical piece]
The Boys in the Back Room: The Management of a Professional Soccer Club.
Charles P. Kerr, North American Society For Sport History. Proceedings
And Newsletter, 1982, p. 19-20
Management of the Olympic Games: the lessons of Sydney. (Sydney 2000)
Jean-Loup Chappelet, Olympic Review, October-November, 2000, Vol.
XXVII, No. 35, p. 43-47
The complexities of managing future Olympic Games.
Paul Emery, Salvatore Siviero, Olympic Review, April-May, 2000, Vol.
XXVI, No. 32, p. 37-39
Again, if there's anything else I can do for you, just let me know.