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Последствия реализации международных спортивных событий для экономики: зарубежный опыт

https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2019-9-43-54

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Аннотация

В академическом и экспертном сообществах до сих пор открытым остается вопрос, насколько спортивные мегасобытия способствуют росту экономики принимающей страны. Подготовка к ним требует колоссальных затрат на строительство и модернизацию инфраструктуры, расширение торговли и развитие туризма. В теории это может показаться благодатной почвой для экономического роста и высоких инвестиционных показателей. Однако на практике крупные спортивные события, как правило, приводят к перерасходу бюджета и огромному росту долга страны; инвестиционные стратегии редко бывают успешными, а финансовые ожидания от таких мероприятий оказываются завышенными. Настоящая статья посвящена сравнительному анализу зарубежного и российского опыта реализации спортивных мегасобытий и позволяет систематизировать эффекты от таких событий для социально-экономического развития страны.

Об авторах

Е. А. Поспелова
Российская академия народного хозяйства и государственной службы при Президенте Российской Федерации
Россия

Поспелова Екатерина Андреевна, старший научный сотрудник Лаборатории структурных исследований Института прикладных экономических исследований РАНХиГС, кандидат политических наук

Москва 



М. В. Казакова
Институт экономической политики имени Е. Т. Гайдара
Россия

Казакова Мария Владимировна, заместитель заведующего Лабораторией макроэкономических исследований Института прикладных экономических исследований РАНХиГС, заместитель заведующего Международной лабораторией изучения бюджетной устойчивости научного направления «Макроэкономика и финансы» Института Гайдара (Институт экономической политики имени Е. Т. Гайдара), кандидат экономических наук

Москва



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Для цитирования:


Поспелова Е.А., Казакова М.В. Последствия реализации международных спортивных событий для экономики: зарубежный опыт. Управленческое консультирование. 2019;(9):43-54. https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2019-9-43-54

For citation:


Pospelova E.A., Kazakova M.V. Impact of International Sporting Events on the Economy: Foreign Experience. Administrative Consulting. 2019;(9):43-54. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.22394/1726-1139-2019-9-43-54

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