Economic Impact Studies
The AISTS has been conducting Economic Impact Studies for various organisations since 2003. Economic Impact Studies quantitatively estimate the economic benefits a particular project or industry brings or could bring to a surrounding community or region. Our studies estimate the net injection of revenues and expenditures in the considered region and its multipliers effects on the economy and on employment.
Our methodology and the expert calculations are supervised by Professor Stephane Garelli (IMD and University of Lausanne) and Professor Jean-Jacques Dethier (University of Berkeley, California and the University of Bonn), two world-renown experts in macro-economics.
Below you will find a few examples of our completed studies:
- FISU (Fedration Internationale des Sports Universitaires) 30th Summer Universiade 2019 Economic Impact on Naples, Italy
- FISU 29TH Summer Universiade 2017 Economic Impact on Taipei City, Taipei
- FISU 28th Summer Universiade 2015 Economic Impact on Gwangju, South Korea
- Economic Impact Study of the IOC on Lausanne and the Lemanic Arc (2007)
- 55th UIPM (Modern Pentathlon) Senior World Championship in Berlin, Germany, June-July 2015
- Economic Impact Study of International Sports Organisations in Switzerland, 2014-2019
- Economic Impact Study of International Sports Organisations in Switzerland, 2008-2013
- Economic Impact Study of International Sports Organisations in Switzerland, 2004-2007
Benchmark of Salaries
The AISTS conducts every 4 years for ASOIF a benchmark of the salaries in international sport federations in Switzerland. The study is confidential and only the organisations participating in the survey have access to the results which are presented in aggregate numbers (min, max, average, median, etc) by categories of employees across a sample of over 20 organisations.
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