International Encyclopaedia of Laws: Sports Law
The International Encyclopaedia of Sports Law deals with international and national sports law. For both levels, the encyclopaedia will include the texts of the laws and the regulations of the sports organisations. This constitutes the "codex" volume. As far as monographs are concerned, the preferred approach is to structure the encyclopaedia by jurisdiction, in which various issues will be dealt with (according to a similar table of contents). In this approach a main division of the encyclopaedia is seen in three parts, namely international, regional and national. For each level, similar topics should be dealt with, like those mentioned below. An introductory part may precede the other parts. For each level of jurisdiction, a further distinction will be made between public regulation (laws and regulation from governmental authorities) and private regulation (regulation and by-laws from sports organisations, like IOC, FIFA, etc.).
Countries currently covered: Bulgaria, Hellas, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom
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- A: Introduction. Sports law in context. History of sports law. General theory on sports law. Comparativism in sports law. B: International. 1. Public regulation. a. U.N.O. b. ... 2. Private regulation (sports organisations). a. History. b. Structure. c. Competence. d. Policy. e. Regulations. f. Discipline. C: Regional. For example, European Union: 1. Public regulation. a. Organisation of sports and public administration. b. Sports, media and sponsoring. c. Sports and competition law. d. Sports and employment. e. Sports and health. f. Sports and tax. 2. Private regulation (sports organisations). D: National. 1. Public regulation. a. Organisation of sports and public administration. b. Sports, media and sponsoring. c. Sports and competition law. d. Sports and employment. e. Responsibility for injuries. f. Sports and health. g. Sports and tax. 2. Private regulation (sports organisations).