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Моделирование участия людей в занятиях спортом: обзор результатов

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2021-8-123-138

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В статье представлен обзор современных исследований об участии людей в занятиях спортом. Задача выявления мотивов, побуждающих заниматься спортом, представляет для экономистов значительный интерес в связи с растущим значением отрасли спорта в экономике. Основная цель работы — обсудить подходы к изучению спортивной активности индивидов в зависимости от доминирующих мотивов. Предпринята попытка объединить существующие подходы к анализу занятий людей спортом на индивидуальном уровне. Рассматриваются основные мотивы к занятиям спортом: профессиональная деятельность, досуг и оздоровительные цели. Обсуждаются их взаимосвязь и проблемы эмпирической оценки принятия индивидами решений о занятиях спортом с точки зрения экономики.

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К. Н. Макшанчиков
Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики»
Россия

Макшанчиков Константин Николаевич, аспирант, ассистент департамента теоретической экономики факультета экономических наук

Москва



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