The emergence of moral technopreneurialism in sport: Techniques in anti-doping regulation, 1966-1976
This article focuses on the early work of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission's anti-doping policies as a unique form of moral entrepreneurship. As the concept suggests, the Medical Commission's rule-making power relied, in part,
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