This paper reviews the literature and evidence on the costs to the economy of physical inactivity. It investigates the feasibility of quantifying the health benefits of sport and physical activity and attempts to provide estimates of the financial benefits of increasing activity levels. It concludes by attempting to identify the policy priorities and strategic priorities for sport as a contributor to the health of the nation.
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Reference : Gratton, C. (2004). Sport, health and economic benefit. Sheffield: Sport industry research centre. Sheffield Hallam University.
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