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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Drawing on the expertise of leading academics and practitioners, this Research Handbook provides comprehensive analysis of the EU's involvement in sport. Structured around the key themes used by the EU Commission in the field of sport, namely sport in society, the economic dimension of sport and the organization of sport, this Research Handbook is the definitive assessment of modern EU sports law and policy. The initial contributions explore the origins and sources of EU sports law and policy to provide context, while the remaining chapters address the Commission's key themes. Contributors explore the key cases shaping EU sports law, such as Walrave, Bosman and Meca-Medina, whilst also assessing the key contemporary issues concerning the relationship between sport and the EU. Demonstrating how and why sport can make a difference to the socio-economic well-being of the EU, this Research Handbook will be stimulating reading for sports lawyers and administrators as well as students of sports law, sports policy and sports business, and politicians and civil servants in this sector.
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'Impressive, insightful and important book on sports law that will stand the test of time.' -- Idrottsforum/Nordic Sports Studies Forum 'This compilation by three renowned experts will be invaluable to all who practice in the ever-growing field of sports law.' -- Michael Beloff QC, Blackstone Chambers, UK 'This Research Handbook is an essential resource for anyone with a personal or professional interest in the sports law and policy of the EU. It draws together many of these fields' leading experts to provide a definitive insight into the impact of EU sports law and policy on modern sport that will stand as a benchmark for future work.' -- Mark James, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Edited by Jack Anderson, University of Melbourne, Australia, Richard Parrish, Department of Law and Criminology, Edge Hill University and Borja Garcia, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University, UK
Contents: Foreword Yves Le Lostecque PART I Introduction to the Research Handbook on EU Sports Law and Policy Introduction to the Research Handbook on EU Sports Law and Policy Jack Anderson, Richard Parrish and Borja Garcia 1. Sources and origins of EU sports law Stephen Weatherill 2. Sources and origins of EU sports policy Richard Parrish PART II Societal 3. Health-friendly sport policy: an emerging soft law doctrine Jacob Kornbeck 4. The EU's role on doping in sport Jack Anderson 5. Volunteering and EU sports law and policy Neil Partington 6. Human rights at the intersection of EU law and sport Simon Boyes 7. Violence at sporting events Anastassia Tsoukala 8. The autonomy of sport and the EU Jean-Loup Chappelet PART III Economic 9. EU action on sports statistics Wladimir Andreff 10. State aid and sport Andrea Cattaneo 11. Harmonisation and Diversity: Trends and Challenges in European Sports Image Rights Law Corinna Coors 12. Sustainable financing in football and the EU Sean O'Conaill 13. Application of EU competition rules to sport Erika Szyszczak PART IV Organisation 14. European law and the governance of sport Borja Garcia and Mads de Wolff 15. Specificity of sport An Vermeersch 16. European model of sport: alternative structures Katarina Pijetlovic 17. Sport, free movement and nationality Stefaan Van den Bogaert 18. Transfers, agents and minors Nick De Marco 19. Professional team sports and collective labour law in the European Union Leanne O'Leary 20. Integrity of sport Sylvia Schenk Index