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AGGIS: Limits to the autonomy of sport: EU law
This paper by Arnout Geeraert seeks to provide a concise overview of the application of EU law on sporting rules as it delineates the boundaries of the autonomy of sport with regard to EU law. It also provides an overview of the different methods of enforcement of EU law on sports bodies and the legal and political limitations thereof.
AGGIS: The Olympic and Paralympic Games Through the Lens of the State's and the Public Interest in Sport
This paper by Simona Kustec Lipicer discusses the implementation dilemmas of Slovenian sport policy through time.
AGGIS: The Swiss Regulatory Framework and International Sports Organisations
This paper is written by Michaël Mrkonjic, Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration, Switzerland, Lausanne, as a part of the AGGIS project. It gives an overview on the Swiss regulatory framework on fiscal and corruption issues, and presents several interesting points in relation to the autonomy of International Sports Organisations residing i Switzerland.
In this paper, Aline Bos and Frank van Eekeren adress the concept of transparency by looking at its definition, its different approaches and ways of operationalizing it.
AGGIS: Implementation and compliance of good governance in International Sport Federations
In this paper, Aline Bos, Frank van Eekeren and Barrie Houlihan adress the issues of implementation and compliance of good governance in international sports federations.
AGGIS: Monitoring systems of good governance
The AGGIS tool sets out to monitor good governance, but why should good governance be monitored, what should we monitor, who should do the monitoring and how can it be done? Simona Kustec Lipicer, Damjan Lajh and Ivana Grgic address these fundamental questions in the paper Monitoring systems of good governance.