|1.||Enhance their economic and financial literacy by explaining and integrating key terms and operating principles, including money as a store of value, cash as the idealized form of liquidity, accrual accounting, wealth creation and valuation, profit-making, debt and risk management, return on investment, monetisation of non-market exchanges, triple bottom line accounting, and cost-benefit analysis;|
|2.||Interpret and assess financial statements through the use of ratio analysis, and use the findings to assess the past performance of sport enterprises, and improve future outcomes and overall sustainability;|
|3.||Appraise the government's role as an allocator of resources to the sport sector, and critically assess the impact and legacies of sport events, sporting competitions, and active recreation programs on host cities, towns, and local communities, taking into account economic, social, environmental, and health & well-being outcomes; and,|
|4.||Interpret the role of data analytics as a tool for improving both the on-and off-field performance of sport enterprises.|
|ICT (Wiki, Web sites)||Discussion board Contributions||40%|
|Project||Economic impact statement - Cost-benefit analysis (including a 15-20 minute Multimedia presentation)||30%|
Financial Management in the Sport Industry.
Brown, M., Rascher, D., Nagel, M. & McEvoy. (2016)
Scottsdale, Holcomb Hathaway
Sport Funding and Finance.
Stewart, B. (2015)
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