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The European Sport Management Conference

We are pleased to welcome you to the 26th annual conference of the European Association for Sport Management (EASM), to be held in Malmö 5-8 September 2018. The host of the conference is the Department of Sport Science at Malmö University.
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The conference theme is: Managing Sport in a Changing Europe. The theme aims to reflect ongoing processes of change and challenges within sport and society, including issues connected to migration, integration and globalization and:

  • Is a highly relevant theme both from a sport and societal perspective.
  • Has a clear connection to both the Malmö and international contexts.
  • Facilitates excellent opportunities for cooperation between different sectors.
  • Creates an opportunity to challenge and develop the dominant traditions within sports management.

Among the keynote speakers you will find Joseph Maguire, Veerle de Bosscher and Mike Weed, as well as local entrepreneurs.

The challenging theme will also permeate the EASM Student Seminar held 1- 8 September, including the conference.

We are developing an interesting and relevant conference programme to create an environment where academics and practitioners can exchange knowledge and ideas.

Malmö is the perfect arena for a challenging conference, located less than 20 minutes from Copenhagen Airport. It is a city in change. It is truly a multi-cultural city, representing 179 different nationalities. Here you will experience both Sweden and the world. Malmö is a city where sport – in both traditional and new, creative forms – and culture are very important.
It is a city where you will have a good time

Also, the conference venue – Malmö Live – is something special.
Take a look

Abstract submission will open on January 15th 2018.

We hope to see you in Malmö in September 2018!

Karin Book, Gun Normark and Bo Carlsson
(on behalf of the Local Organizing Committee)

EASM 2918


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