Tokyo 2020: Evaluation of the elite sport expenditures and success in 14 nations

Veerle De Bosscher, Simon Shibli, Aline Van Roey (Editor), Kari Descheemaeker (Editor), Bruno Bosshard, Grzegorz Botwina , Camilla Brockett, Jorge de Freitas Gonçalves Paulo , Pedro Daniel Castelo Branco Miranda Dias, Lesley Ferkins, Hiroaki Funahashi, Melody Johnston, Hippolyt Kempf, Jari Lämsä, David Legg, Michaël Linley, Jarmo Mäkinen, Peter Mattsson, Leandro Carlos Mazzei, Laís de Lima Amaral Andreas Nygaard, Tiago Miguel Patrício Ribeiro, Thiago de Oliveira Santos , Rasmus K. Storm, Maarten Van Bottenburg, Jan-Willem van der Roest, Filip Verherstraeten , Andreas Weber, Hans Westerbeek, Pawel Zembura , Corinne Zurmühle

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Abstract

The SPLISS Pillar 1 - Light Study evaluates the inputs and outputs of 14 nations in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Estimating how much nations spend on elite sport is a measure of input. The amount of success achieved, typically medal-based measures, represent the output of the system.

The results of the study provide useful contemporary insight into the funding for elite sport, the outputs achieved and the relationship between the two measures.
Original languageEnglish
Place of Publicationhttps://spliss.research.vub.be/en/tokyo-2020-evaluation-of-the-elite-sport-expenditures-and-success-in-14-nations
PublisherSPLISS
Commissioning bodySPLISS
Number of pages50
ISBN (Electronic)9789072325112
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jan 2022

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