DOES THE WINNER REALLY TAKE IT ALL: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF MEGA SPORT EVENTS ON FDI FLOWS OF THE HOSTING COUNTRY
by Valentyna Baloshenko A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MA in Economic Analysis Kyiv School of Economics 2012
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1. Introduction 2
2. Description of Event 2
2.1 History 2
2.2 Characteristics 2
2.2.1 Form 2
2.2.2 Theme and Design 3
3. Event Experiences 3
3.1 Target Market 3
3.2 Stakeholders 3
3.3 Meanings 4
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4. Outcomes of Event 5
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