The book maps out the contemporary regulatory terrain and connected issues shaping transnational and international sports law. With original papers written by internationally recognised experts in the field the volume is a landmark contribution to the scholarly, regulatory and judicial analysis of the contemporary sports industry.
The volume covers key issues in international sports law and the various competing regulatory frameworks. It adopts a comparative approach using perspectives from across the world to inform existing regulatory debates and highlight emerging issues. Recognition is also given to the emergence of international sport in developing regions and countries and alternatives to Euro-American centric regulatory models.
This book is an essential read for students, scholars and researchers in sports law.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 512
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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