2015 1-2

Student expectations on sports festivals with a view to the estimation questionnaire on Campus Sports Festival

by Veronika Fenyves, András Becsky, Tamás Dékán & Balázs Nyul Campus Festival, organized each year, is listed as one amongst the music festivals in Hungary attracting crowds, with a target audience formed by higher education students. The organizers of Campus Festival set as their main highlighted objective, in addition to providing…

Specialities of the Corporate Tax in Connection with the Sports Organizations

by Adrienn Herczeg, Ildikó Orbán Mrs. Tamás Dékán, Patrícia Becsky-Nagy & Veronika Fenyves In 2004 Hungary joined the EU, therefore its tax system is harmonized with EU directives and its trade with the EU is liberalized and exempt from customs restrictions. In the past few years Hungarian government introduced significant corporate…

The role of sport infrastructure: use, preferences and needs

by Adrián Nagy – Júlia Tobak Leisure and mass sports are very significant both socially and economically. Physical activities contribute to forming a healthier society. Skills and abilities developed by sport promote people’s well-being and directly improve their physical, mental and psychological performance this way producing better quality of life. The…

New business strategies Of football clubs

by Krisztina Andras & Zsolt Havran The study investigates new strategies of football clubs in function of last few years’ trends in European football leagues. There were many changes in international professional football during the last 10-15 years that had significant effect on the success of certain clubs. We show empirical…

Medals and degrees: factors influencing dual career of elite student athletes At the university of debrecen

by Andrea Lenténé Puskás & Szilvia Perényi Career planning and goal setting play a significant role in the life of elite athletes gaining critical relevance during the overlapping years with university studies. As athletic career contain a necessary end and cannot serve as a profession for life, all athletes shall go…