Organizational mission and revenue diversification among non-profit sports clubs

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Title translated into German:Organisatorischer Auftrag und Einnahmendiversifizierung bei gemeinnützigen Sportvereinen
Author:Wicker, Pamela; Feiler, Svenja; Breuer, Christoph
Published in:International journal of financial studies
Published:1 (2013), 4, S. 119-136, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:2227-7072
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Identification number:PU201407006684
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title Organizational mission and revenue diversification among non-profit sports clubs
spellingShingle Organizational mission and revenue diversification among non-profit sports clubs
Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Einkommen
Finanzierung
Gemeinnützigkeit
Kontingenz
Soziologie
Sportsoziologie
Sportverein
Sportökonomie
Theorie
title_sort organizational mission and revenue diversification among nonprofit sports clubs
title_short Organizational mission and revenue diversification among non-profit sports clubs
title_alt Organisatorischer Auftrag und Einnahmendiversifizierung bei gemeinnützigen Sportvereinen
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Elektronische Ressource (online)
Gedruckte Ressource
city Basel
abstract The beneficial effects of diversified income portfolios are well documented in previous research on non-profit organizations. This study examines how different types of organizational missions affect the level of revenue diversification of organizations in one industry, a question that was neglected in previous research. Based on contingency theory, it is assumed that different missions are associated with different funding sources. Since missions can be complementary or conflicting, specific attention needs to be paid to the combination of missions. The sport sector is chosen as an empirical setting because non-profit sports clubs can have various missions while their overall purpose is promoting sport. Panel data from a nationwide survey of non-profit sports clubs in Germany are used for the analysis. The regression results show that revenue diversification is significantly determined by organizational mission. Historically, typical mission statements like promoting elite sport, tradition, conviviality, non-sport programs, and youth sport have a positive effect on revenue diversification, while clubs with a commercial orientation and a focus on leisure and health sport have more concentrated revenues. The findings have implications for club management in the sense that some missions are associated with higher financial risk and that the combination of missions should be chosen carefully. Verf.-Referat
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author2 Wicker, Pamela
Feiler, Svenja
Breuer, Christoph
author_facet Wicker, Pamela
Feiler, Svenja
Breuer, Christoph
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Feiler, Svenja
Breuer, Christoph
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Feiler, Svenja
Breuer, Christoph



2227-7072
10.3390/ijfs1040119
Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Einkommen
Finanzierung
Gemeinnützigkeit
Kontingenz
Soziologie
Sportsoziologie
Sportverein
Sportökonomie
Theorie
contingency
Federal Republic of Germany
financing
income
sociology
sport club
sport economy
sport sociology
theory
usefulness in the public interest
Club
Verein
Vereinsangebot
Sportclub
BRD
Geld
Kostenträger
Soziologie des Sports
Kapital
Markt
Oekonomie
Wirtschaftswissenschaft
non-profit-making character
sociology of sport
economy of sport
Organizational mission and revenue diversification among non-profit sports clubs
PU201407006684
201407006684
issn 2227-7072
doi 10.3390/ijfs1040119
url http://www.mdpi.com/2227-7072/1/4/119/pdf
https://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ijfs1040119
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topic Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Einkommen
Finanzierung
Gemeinnützigkeit
Kontingenz
Soziologie
Sportsoziologie
Sportverein
Sportökonomie
Theorie
topic_facet Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Einkommen
Finanzierung
Gemeinnützigkeit
Kontingenz
Soziologie
Sportsoziologie
Sportverein
Sportökonomie
Theorie
topic_en contingency
Federal Republic of Germany
financing
income
sociology
sport club
sport economy
sport sociology
theory
usefulness in the public interest
topic_en_facet contingency
Federal Republic of Germany
financing
income
sociology
sport club
sport economy
sport sociology
theory
usefulness in the public interest
synonym Club
Verein
Vereinsangebot
Sportclub
BRD
Geld
Kostenträger
Soziologie des Sports
Kapital
Markt
Oekonomie
Wirtschaftswissenschaft
synonym_en non-profit-making character
sociology of sport
economy of sport
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container_start_page S. 119-136
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