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Match-Fixing in International Sports: Existing Processes, Law Enforcement, and Prevention Strategies

Edited by: M. R. Haberfeld, Dale Sheehan

ISBN13: 9783319025810
Published: December 2013
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £88.00
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9783319099262

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Match-fixing has become a widespread international problem in recent years. It includes everything from bribery of players, to putting undue influences on the owners of the soccer clubs, managers, coaches and others who have the ability to affect the final scores. In addition, match-fixing spills over into the arena of illegal betting (in person and online), which creates a host of additional organized crime opportunities, including human trafficking, prostitution, drugs, extortion and even terrorism.

This timely volume brings together international contributions with an aim is to increase awareness of the problems associated with match-fixing and the degree to which key agents in sport, particularly young people, are vulnerable. The contributions are based on INTERPOL's Global Experts Meeting in Singapore, in November 2012, which brought together key speakers to discuss issues surrounding match-fixing and how to combat corruption in football through channels of education. The purpose of this meeting was to identify ways that academia can play a role in developing and implementing training modules and academic courses, including certification procedures, to prevent match-fixing and develop lines of study at all educational levels. This unique work reflects the gravity of the situation around the world together with possible solutions.

Sports Law
I. Corruption in Sport: Match Fixing Definitional and Operational Issues
Match Fixing in Western Europe
Match Fixing in Eastern Europe
Corruption in Sports: An Argument for the Nodal Approach
Regional Reflections: A Study of East Africa

II. Preventing Match Fixing
Facilitators and Responses to Match-Fixing: A Comparative Approach
Which Factors Favor Betting Related Cheating in Sports?- Theoretical Model: A Case of Supply and Demand
Compliance Mechanism as a Tool of Prevention?

III. Future: Where Do We Go From Here? - INTERPOL's Response
Way Forward: Law Enforcement- An Academic Paradigm.