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  • AGGIS: The Swiss Regulatory Framework and International Sports Organisations
    By Michaël Mrkonjic, Jan 2013
    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.
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  • AGGIS: Transparency
    By Aline Bos, Frank van Eekeren, Jan 2013
    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.
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  • AGGIS: Implementation and compliance of good governance in International Sport Federations
    By Aline Bos, Barrie Houlihan, Frank van Eekeren, Jan 2013
    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.
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  • AGGIS: Monitoring systems of good governance
    By Simona Kustec Lipicer, Damjan Lajh, Ivana Grgic, Jan 2013
    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.
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  • AGGIS: Stakeholders, stakeholding and good governance in international sport federations
    By Barrie Houlihan, Jan 2013
    In this paper, professor Barrie Houlihan raises a number of fundamental questions about the application of stakeholder theory in the world of international sports organisations. Can stakeholders be properly defined, and are they necessarily supporters of good governance?
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  • AGGIS: The ‘Social dialogue’ in European professional football
    By Michele Culocci, Arnout Geeraert, Jan 2013
    Social dialogue in professional football is essentially about the credibility of the sports stakeholders and their capacity to self-regulate their activities in the name of the autonomy that they claim, argue the authors Michele Colucci and Arnout Geeraert in this report produced as a part of the project 'Action for Good Governance in International Sports Organisations'.
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