Qatar, Corruption and Cash – The Economics of Sport

Qatar, Corruption and Cash – The Economics of Sport

This month the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, which is clouded in controversy. Who paid who, how far does the money trail go and what does the Quatar tell us about the way sport is going, all sport? Rugby this weekend is also all  TV rights, stream services, merchandise, pay-per-view – everything revolves around cash. The clubs that spent most on wages win big. And yet, port can be romantic, corinthian and as the GAA proves amatuer. Join us for the economics of sport in the month of the biggest sporting event in the globe, the World Cup.

Simon Kuper , Martín Lousteau, Mehreen Khan, Peter Antonioni

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