Welcome to The Sport Management Program Libguide! This web page is designed to give you easy access to the fundamental resources for your classes and reliable information written, read and researched by professionals in the sport management field. Within this site, you will find links, tools, recommended readings and professional organizations helpful to your studies and also professional employment. So don’t wait till the last minute to get ahead on your academic goals, begin navigating with ease through this virtual site filled with essential sport management components!
Photo: "American League baseball owners, [1911 Dec. 15] via the Library of Congress
Access library resources from off-campus with your Student I.D. number. Your Student I.D. number is your library card number.
If you are on campus, just click any database below for access.
The following databases focus specifically on sports management or different aspects of the industry.
Also try browsing these, and other, specific titles within the databases:
Available in-house only at the BPL or any of it's branches(no-remote access). You will need a Boston Public Library card.
SBRnet serves any individual or organization with an interest in the business of sports with "one-stop" access to multiple resources, including Industry-developed Market Research, Government Statistics, Facility Reports and News, International Market Publications, Customized Research, and Directories
Only SBRnet provides nationwide analysis of statistical trends in each major segment of the sports market and the extent to which they interrelate.
The peer-reviewed Journal of Sport Management (JSM) is your key to staying on top of current issues and trends in this dynamic field. The official journal of the North American Society for Sport Management, JSM brings you thought-provoking editorials, research articles, and reviews that examine a number of areas as they relate to the management, governance, and consumption of sport, such as: organizational theory, behavior, and strategy; sport operations; law and policy; economics, finance, and accounting; marketing, consumer behavior, sponsorship, advertising, and licensing; media, communications, and public relations; sport tourism; facility and event management; and gender and diversity.