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    Call for Papers | Sport&EU 15th Annual Conference | June 17–18, 2021, Rijeka & Opatija, Croatia. Call ends January 31, 2021

    We invite Sport&EU members and non-members to submit paper and/or panel proposals that analyse the three broad pillars of EU Sport Policy as defined in the current work plan: Economic impact of sport, social inclusion in and through sport, and sport integrity. Contributions from diverse disciplines (law, politics, social sciences, philosophy etc.) are accepted, and interdisciplinary papers are encouraged.

    Call for Papers | Sport&EU 15th Annual Conference | Rijeka & Opatija, Croatia, June 18–19, 2020. Call ends December 6, 2019

    We invite academics and practitioners to submit paper and/or panel proposals that analyse issues in one of the three broad pillars of EU Sport Policy as defined in the current EU Work Plan for Sport: Economic impact of sport, social inclusion in and through sport, and sport integrity. Contributions from diverse disciplines are accepted, and interdisciplinary papers are encouraged.

    Call for Papers | Sport&EU Annual Conference | July 3-4, 2018, Edge Hill University. Call ends February 15, 2018

    The organisers aim to make this the most accessible event in our history. To add to the occasion, the conference will be held during the FIFA World Cup. Delegates, should they so wish, will also have free access to the annual EU Sports Law and Policy Summer School which will be held on July 5th, 2018, the day after the conference.

    Call for Papers | Sport&EU 11th Annual Conference | Madrid, June 27–28, 2016

    The association would like to seize the occasion of this annual conference to look forward to the most pressing challenges for the study of sport in Europe, both widely defined. We want to focus our 2016 annual gathering towards the future.

    Sport&EU Review Vol 7 Issue 1, June 2015

    Editorial Alexander Brand and Arne Niemann Theorising the EU and International Sport: The Principal-Agent Model and Beyond Arnout Geeraert & Edith Drieskens The Aftermath of a Match-Fixing Case that Shook Two Nations: Insights into How Malta and Norway Are Seeking to Redeem Their Football Dawn Aquilina & Angelo Chetcuti The Beginnings and Development of European Sport Research at Universities: From Marginalisation to Fragmentation? Karen Petry BOOK REVIEW: Strategien...

    Sport & EU is looking for editors and a community manager

    The Association is seeking volunteers to take the role of Sport&EU editor(s), as well as seeking to recruit one or several individuals to serve as online editors/community managers. We are looking for committed and enthusiastic people, with an interest and knowledge in the area of Sport and the European Union.

    Call for Papers | Sport&EU Conference 2015, June 25–26, Angers, France | Submission deadline Jan. 24, 2015

    After Ghent, Nottingham, Lausanne, Istanbul and Cologne, the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union (Sport&EU) moves to Western France for its 10th Annual Conference, which will be hosted on 25 and 26 June 2015 by ESSCA School of Management on its main campus in Angers. The association would like to seize the occasion of this anniversary conference to reflect on the development...

    Sport&EU Review Vol 6 Issue 2, November 2014

    Launched in 2009, Sport&EU Review offers the Sport&EU community opportunities to publish longer, peer-reviewed articles in addition to maintaining the regular features of its predecessor, the Sport%EU Newsletter.

    Sport&EU Review Vol 6 Issue 1, May 2014

    Launched in 2009, Sport&EU Review offers the Sport&EU community opportunities to publish longer, peer-reviewed articles in addition to maintaining the regular features of its predecessor, the Sport%EU Newsletter.

    Sport&EU Review Vol 5 Issue 2, November 2013, has been published

    Dear friends of Sport&EU, We finally bring you a new issue of the Sport&EU Review.  Issue 2 of volume 5 brings you two articles, two columns, and en extensive list of conference, journal, and opportunity announcements. Original Research Golf industry attrition: Challenges to retaining qualified golf professionals, particularly women by Vanessa MacKinnon Europeanisation of football? Evidence from Dutch newspaper coverage by Rens Vliegenthart Call for engagement As the new...
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