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Reforming FIFA.


Reforming FIFA

Edited by Mark Pieth

Dike Publishers


178 pages



Several members of the Independent Governance Committee, a group formed to reform the governance of the international soccer/football governing body FIFA, offer both insider and outsider perspectives on such reform. They cover the need for reform, the responsibility of the host country, how to investigate misbehavior in international sports organizations, the reform impact on stakeholder involvement from the players' perspective, from patronage to managerial accountability, beyond changing the code: reforming culture, and the role of the audit and compliance committee. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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