Protecting Sports Integrity: Sport corruption risk management strategies

Student thesis: By Publication

Abstract

Doping, match-fixing and corruption are challenges to the integrity of sport. Rather than
imagining that there is a single “magic wand” solution, drawing on lessons from other industries
and contexts, the culture of corruption rife in both Olympic and professional sports can instead
be tackled through a range of tools. Inspired by the idea of “moral repair”, and the Ethics of
Care approach, a number of risk reduction strategies, including: engaging in collaborative
partnerships with law enforcement, strengthening legislative and regulatory frameworks,
prioritising athlete welfare and supporting good governance, including promoting gender
equality and ethical leadership, have been outlined
Date of Award2019
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Canberra
SupervisorAllan Edwards (Supervisor), Kevin Thompson (Supervisor), Vanessa Mcdermott (Supervisor) & John Dodd (Supervisor)

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