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This chapter is organised in five parts. First, it reviews the seminal role of the Council of Europe with regard to anti-doping policy. Second, it outlines the EU’s (secondary) role with regard to anti-doping policy in sport prior to 2007. Third, the manner in which the 2007 White Paper on Sport served as a catalyst for greater EU interest in anti-doping policy is assessed. Fourth, an examination of the contributions of the EU Expert Group on Anti-Doping to various revisions of the WADA Code, and including its compliance with EU data protection and privacy law, is discussed. Finally, the focus turns to the EU’s policy objective of promoting an athlete-friendly, anti-doping system through supporting programmes that educate/prevent against, as opposed to those that merely sanction/deter, a doping culture at all levels of sport.

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Edited by Jack Anderson, Richard Parrish and Borja García

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Jack Anderson, Richard Parrish and Borja García

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Edited by Jack Anderson, Richard Parrish and Borja García

The EU’s influence on sport has traditionally focused on the socio-economic and cultural impact. This Research Handbook on EU Sports Law explores the development of the 'European dimension' in sport, and the concomitant legal issues including, competition law, state aid and free movement of persons. The application of such areas of EU law to sport and the influence of EU law on key policy issues such as, doping, match-fixing and governance, are detailed in this comprehensive collection. The topical chapters by experts in their field, also touch upon the future evolution of EU sports law.
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Edward McKeever, Alastair Anderson and Sarah Jack

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Alistair R. Anderson and Sarah L. Jack

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Alistair R. Anderson and Sarah L. Jack

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Alistair R. Anderson, Sarah L. Jack and Sarah Drakopoulou Dodd

Research has traditionally concentrated on formal kin involvement in the family business. This study investigates if, to what extent and how entrepreneurs have capitalized on resources embedded in the family, but beyond the formal traditionally defined boundaries of the family firm. Employing both quantitative and qualitative approaches, the study finds that about one quarter of our sample’s entrepreneurial network ties were kin, and that most of these worked outside the formal family firm. These ties provided a range of very important resources, both professional and affective in nature. Such beneficial ties extend the family firm without incurring the typical hazards of external linkages.

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Sarah L. Jack, Alistair R. Anderson, Sarah Drakopoulou Dodd and Susan Moult