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Beth A. Cianfrone and Timothy Kellison

itself. Given the substantial investment of time and money by a host community and local organizing committee, and in light of the growing number of events being cancelled or postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, sport managers may look to their legacy plans as a vehicle for

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Annemarie Farrell

obstacles, as well as providing a critique of economic-impact analyses. They present the London 2012 Summer Games as a case study, including the “plans for impact” crafted by the local organizing committee prior to the event. Instructors could have students use the plan for impact as a criterion to evaluate

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Markus Buser, Herbert Woratschek, Geoff Dickson, and Jan Schönberner

such as the IOC or Local Organizing Committees cannot be precisely categorized as B2B or B2C as the service ecosystem literature shifts the focus to actor to actor (A2A). Platform providers facilitate networks of partnerships (i.e., sponsorship networks, athlete networks, and political networks). The

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Akira Asada, Yuhei Inoue, and Yonghwan Chang

focal Super Bowl event examined in this study, because its local organizing committee established the Legacy Fund before hosting the event and used the whole year leading up to game day to implement and promote over 50 charitable activities across the host region ( Allen, 2018 ). From an organizational

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Gashaw Abeza, Jessica R. Braunstein-Minkove, Benoit Séguin, Norm O’Reilly, Ari Kim, and Yann Abdourazakou

, allocate resources to that plan, and leverage both the legislation in place by the host country and the IOC guidelines around athletes’ use of SM. These discussions need to include conversations that include the IOC, TOP sponsors, the local organizing committee of the Games, legal authorities (around

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NaRi Shin and Jon Welty Peachey

the IOC (global agent) to the local Organizing Committee (transnational agent) conflicted with the host community’s interests (local agent), the Olympic standard was regarded as the priority by POCOG. The global was taking over local priorities ( Ritzer, 2003 ). Aspiration to Globalize Daegwallyeong

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Fei Gao, Bob Heere, Samuel Y. Todd, and Brian Mihalik

conducted, some local organizing committees had officially started their operations. The leading role of local government was repeatedly emphasized by the participants. One participant stated, “Within the Organizing Committee, the city government is our leader. The sports bureau is the leading department

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr, and Timothy Kellison

; Ross & Leopkey, 2017 ). As Kellison and Casper ( 2017 ) have written, however, even well-intentioned local organizing committees may struggle with fulfilling the promise of a positive environmental legacy, due to postevent budget reprioritization, the complexity of sustainable stadium design, and