The Case of Professional Baseball in the United States and Japan
Chapter 6: External regulatory actors and mechanisms in professional baseball
The decentred regulation of labour in professional baseball sees internal regulation interact with its external regulation. Chapter 6 will look at the key external regulatory actors that govern baseball in each of the two leagues. This chapter will examine the role of external regulators such as the government, statutory authorities, courts, player agents and the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
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