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David Pierce, James Johnson, John Miller, and Benjamin Downs

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Makena R. Lynch, Leeann M. Lower-Hoppe, Shea M. Brgoch, James O. Evans, Richard L. Bailey, Mark Beattie, Moetiz Samad, and Ashley Ryder

. , & Bonfiglio , D. ( 2017 ). Leveraging experiential learning to incorporate social entrepreneurship in MBA programs: A case study . The International Journal of Management Education, 15 ( 2 ), 332 – 349 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijme.2017.04.001 10.1016/j.ijme.2017.04.001 Barbour , R. ( 2007

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Mary A. Hums

Although the sport industry continues to evolve, one thing has not changed—the need for sport managers to be good citizens. What does it mean to be a good citizen and how does that relate to us as sport management educators and researchers? This lecture suggests what we as sport management educators can do to help our students become better citizens in this day and age. As new issues emerge, our graduates will be forced to make decisions which often place the Temple and the Agora—the spirit of sport and the business of sport, the conscience and commerce of sport management— in opposition to each other. These new issues encompass topics such as social entrepreneurship, technology, environmental respect, sport for development and peace, and sport and human rights, and need to be woven into the fabric of our sport management curriculum.

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.W., Fang, E., & Wang, D. (2017). Group marketing: Theory, mechanisms, and dynamics. Journal of Marketing, 81 (4), 1–24. doi: 10.1509/jm.15.0495 The Intersection of Social Entrepreneurship and Sport Policy Using ethnographically inspired case studies, the authors detail and analyze four cases in order to

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student’s comprehension of a discipline) in entrepreneurship education. The authors hypothesized that (a) previous entrepreneurship experience will motivate students to think about failure more complexly as individuals; (b) students with entrepreneurial experiences will rate the consequences of

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Jonathan Robertson, Mathew Dowling, Marvin Washington, Becca Leopkey, Dana Lee Ellis, and Lee Smith

new concepts or recent developments that emerged within mainstream management and sport literature. For this reason, we added a sixth construct (institutional work and entrepreneurship), which emerged as an increasingly influential area of research both within the mainstream and sport management

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Zack P. Pedersen

, entrepreneurship, or sales. Host, an individual who could be considered a modern-day founding father of sponsorship bundling and collegiate advertising, seems to have an impeccable memory of events and activities about which he is keen on sharing with those who wish to learn from his career. This book allows for

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Velina B. Brackebusch

organizations. The authors provide numerous examples and case studies to assist aspiring young sport managers in their quest for success in the industry. One of my favorite parts of the book is Chapter 13, as it not only gives an excellent introduction to entrepreneurship and its application in the sport

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Ted Hayduk III

Cuban and to those explored in this study. The findings here are also illustrative of a relatively new line of inquiry, termed sport-based entrepreneurship and innovation ( Ratten, 2011 ). This line of research proposes that sport settings are unique laboratories for innovation and provide entrepreneurs

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Landy Di Lu and Kathryn L. Heinze

future work. We were not able to collect data on individuals and organizations involved in the passage of concussion legislation for all 48 contiguous states. Thus, we did not directly examine the role of institutional entrepreneurship or human capital resources in state policy adoption timing. Our