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Jože Perić and Maja Nikšić Radić

References [1] Bezić, H., Nikšić Radić, M., & Kandžija, T. (2010). Foreign Direct Investments in the Tourism Sector of the Republic of Croatia. Valahian Journal of Economic Studies - an international review of theories and applied studies in performance management, 1(15), 21-28 [2] Central Bureau of Statistics. (2013). Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb: CBS [3] Chowdhury, A., & Mavrotas, G. (2006). FDI and Growth: What Causes What? World Economy, 29(1), 9-19 [4] Craigwell, R., & Moore, W. (2007). Foreign direct

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Marta Bon, Mojca Doupona Topič and Marko Šibila

employment. It has also brought the attention of researchers ( Carter, 2007 ; Darby, 2007 ; Agergaard, 2008 ; Maguire and Stead, 1998 ), especially in Europe and all over the world ( Poli and Besson, 2011 ). Based on intensive globalization, sports have become a commodity, which is a consequence of international investments. Before, sports were deeply rooted in politics and were the subject of social discussions and nationalism; now it has developed into an entire industry. Athletes are bought and sold, similarly to other products as sales and transfers take place

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Pedro Carvalho, Miguel A. Márquez and Montserrat Díaz

References [1] Aizenman J., & Noy, I. (2006). FDI and trade – Two-way linkages?. The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 46, 317–337 [2] Anselin, L. (2003). GeoDa 0.9 user’s guide. Spatial Analysis Laboratory (SAL), University of Ilinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL [3] Anselin, L. (2005). Exploring Spatial Data with GeoDa: A Workbook. Spatial Analysis Laboratory (SAL), University of Ilinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL [4] Azman-Saini, W.N.W., Baharumshah, A. Z., & Law, S. H. (2010). Foreign direct investment, economic freedom and economic