Titre : Jeux Olympiques et bien-être: un effet de courte durée

AuteurClaudia Senik, Mathieu Perona     Catégorie : Rapports

Références : Observatoire du Bien-être CEPREMAP, 2017-10

Résumé : Adaptation de l'article original : Paul Dolan, Georgios Kavetsos, Christian Krekel, Dimitris Mavridis, Robert Metcalfe, Claudia Senik, Stefan Szymanski et Nicolas R. Ziebarth, « The Host with the Most? The Effects of the Olympic Games on Happiness”, CEP Discussion Paper No 1441, Juillet 2016

Mots-clés : Bien-être, population

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Titre : Olympic Games Impact PyeongChang Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Auteur    Catégorie : Rapports

Références : The PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. PyeongChang - 2016

Résumé : The 2nd OGI Study for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games includes analyzed results on 34 topics, 79 core subjects, and 19 case studies in relation with the environment, the social culture and the economic aspects of the hosting city. The data used for this study are mainly quantitative National Statistics data, with additional informations provided by the PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic Games, relevant local governments' public statistics records, and other relevant researches and certified press news. The temporal scope of the indicators used in the study ranges from 2009 to 2014, and the spatial scope of the indicators is the Republic of Korea, Gangwon-do, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangneung-si, and Jeongseon-gun.

Mots-clés : Olympic Games, Impact study, PyeongChang 2018

PDF : https://library.olympic.org/Default/doc/SYRACUSE/166669

Titre : Olympic Games Impact Study – London 2012 Post-Games Report

AuteurUniversity East London     Catégorie : Working Papers

Références : Economic & Social Research Council, 2015

Résumé : The Olympic Games Impact (OGI) study was born from the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) desire to develop an objective and scientific analysis of the impact of each edition of the Games. The study provides a record both of the individual nature of each Olympiad and its host context. OGI are mandatory and are carried out by an independent research team. In this Post-Games Report, the fourth and last report of the OGI study of the London 2012 Games, we have updated, presented and analysed data on 67 indicators. The inclusion of indicators from the IOC Technical Manual is decided by the Host City in discussion with the IOC. The choice of OGI indicators depends on what is deemed to be relevant for the particular Host City.

Mots-clés : Olympic Games, Impact study, London 2012

PDF : http://css.ubc.ca/projects/olympic-games-impact-study/ogi-reports/