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2019
1 Houlihan, Barrie; Hanstad, Dag Vidar; Loland, Sigmund; Waddington, Ivan.
The World Anti-Doping Agency at 20: Progress and challenges. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2019 ;Volum 11.(2) s. 193-201
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2 Qi, Peng; Skinner, James; Houlihan, Barrie.
An analysis of the Chinese Football Reform of 2015: Why then and not earlier?. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2019 ;Volum 11.(1) s. 1-18
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2018
3 Houlihan, Barrie; Hanstad, Dag Vidar.
The effectiveness of the World Anti-Doping Agency: developing a framework for analysis. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2018 s. -
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4 Kristiansen, Elsa; MacIntosh, Eric W.; Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie.
The Youth Olympic Games: a facilitator or barrier of the high-performance sport development pathway?. European Sport Management Quarterly 2018 ;Volum 18.(1) s. 73-92
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5 Read, Daniel; Skinner, James; Lock, Daniel; Houlihan, Barrie.
Legitimacy driven change at the World Anti-Doping Agency. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2018 s. -
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2017
6 Houlihan, Barrie; Chapman, Pippa.
England/United Kingdom. I: Elite Youth Sport Policy and Management: A comparative analysis. Routledge 2017 ISBN 9781138888081. s. 13-28
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7 Houlihan, Barrie; Chapman, Pippa.
Talent identification and development in elite youth disability sport. Sport in Society 2017 ;Volum 20.(1) s. 107-125
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8 Houlihan, Barrie; Leopkey, Becca; MacIntosh, Eric.
Introduction: Youth, sport and the Youth Olympic Games. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing 2017 ;Volum 17.(4-6) s. 237-241
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9 Kristiansen, Elsa; Houlihan, Barrie.
Developing young athletes: The role of private sport schools in the Norwegian sport system. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 2017 ;Volum 52.(4) s. 447-469
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10 Kristiansen, Elsa; Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie.
Conclusion. I: Elite Youth Sport Policy and Management: A comparative analysis. Routledge 2017 ISBN 9781138888081. s. 278-294
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11 Kristiansen, Elsa; Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie.
Elite Youth Sport Policy and Management: A comparative analysis. Routledge 2017 (ISBN 9781138888081) 306 s.
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12 Parent, Milena; Kristiansen, Elsa; Houlihan, Barrie.
Governance and knowledge management and transfer: the case of the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing 2017 ;Volum 17.(4/5/6) s. 308-330
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13 Parent, Milena; Kristiansen, Elsa; Houlihan, Barrie.
Introduction. I: Elite Youth Sport Policy and Management: A comparative analysis. Routledge 2017 ISBN 9781138888081. s. 1-10
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14 Skirstad, Berit; Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie.
Young people and sport: from participation to the Olympics – introduction to the special issue. Sport in Society 2017 ;Volum 20.(1) s. 1-6
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2016
15 Harris, Spencer; Houlihan, Barrie.
Competition or coalition? Evaluating the attitudes of National Governing Bodies of Sport and County Sport Partnerships towards School Sport Partnerships. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2016 ;Volum 8.(1) s. 151-171
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16 Harris, Spencer; Houlihan, Barrie.
Implementing the community sport legacy: the limits of partnerships, contracts and performance management. European Sport Management Quarterly 2016 ;Volum 16.(4) s. 433-458
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17 Kristiansen, Elsa; MacIntosh, Eric; Parent, Milena M.; Houlihan, Barrie.
The impact of competing at the Youth Olympic Games on future involvement in high performance sport?. The European Association for Sport Management (EASM); 2016-09-07 - 2016-09-10
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2015
18 Andersen, Svein S; Houlihan, Barrie; Ronglan, Lars Tore.
Managing elite sport systems : research and practice. Routledge 2015 (ISBN 978-1-138-80327-5) 204 s.
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19 Andersen, Svein S; Houlihan, Barrie; Ronglan, Lars Tore.
Managing heterogenity and complexity. I: Managing elite sport systems : research and practice. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1-138-80327-5. s. 182-195
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20 Andersen, Svein S; Houlihan, Barrie; Ronglan, Lars Tore.
Systems and the development of elite athletes. I: Managing elite sport systems : research and practice. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1-138-80327-5. s. 3-15
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21 Grix, Jonathan; Brannagan, Paul Michael; Houlihan, Barrie.
Interrogating States’ Soft Power Strategies: A Case Study of Sports Mega-Events in Brazil and the UK. Global Society 2015 s. -
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22 Hanstad, Dag Vidar; Houlihan, Barrie.
Strengthening global anti-doping policy through bilateral collaboration: the example of Norway and China. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2015 ;Volum 7.(4) s. 587-604
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23 Houlihan, Barrie.
Political science, sociology and the study of sport. I: Routledge handbook of the sociology of sport. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-0-415-82973-1. s. 184-193
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24 Houlihan, Barrie.
The future of anti-doping policy. I: Routledge handbook of drugs and sport. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-0-415-70278-2. s. 249-259
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25 Houlihan, Barrie; Chapman, Pippa.
Modernisation and elite sport development in England and the United Kingdom. I: Managing elite sport systems : research and practice. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1-138-80327-5. s. 31-48
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26 Houlihan, Barrie; Zheng, Jinming.
Small states: sport and politics at the margin. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 2015 ;Volum 7.(3) s. 329-344
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2014
27 Grix, Jonathan; Houlihan, Barrie.
Sports mega-events as part of a nation's soft power strategy: The cases of Germany (2006) and the UK (2012). British Journal of Politics & International Relations 2014 ;Volum 16.(4) s. 572-596
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28 Hanstad, Dag Vidar; Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie.
The Youth Olympic Games. Routledge 2014 (ISBN 978-0-415-83987-7) 270 s.
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29 Harris, Spencer; Houlihan, Barrie.
Delivery networks and community sport in England. International Journal of Public Sector Management 2014 ;Volum 27.(2) s. 113-127
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30 Horne, John; Houlihan, Barrie.
London 2012. I: Leveraging legacies from sports mega-events. Palgrave Macmillan 2014 ISBN 9781137371171. s. -
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31 Houlihan, Barrie.
Achieving compliance in international anti-doping policy: An analysis of the 2009 World Anti-Doping Code. Sport Management Review 2014 ;Volum 17.(3) s. 265-276
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32 Parent, Milena; Houlihan, Barrie; Hanstad, Dag Vidar.
Introduction. I: The Youth Olympic Games. Routledge 2014 ISBN 978-0-415-83987-7. s. -18
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33 Skille, Eivind Åsrum; Houlihan, Barrie.
The contemporary context of elite youth sport : the role of national sport organisations in the UK and Norway. I: The Youth Olympic Games. Routledge 2014 ISBN 978-0-415-83987-7. s. 34-50
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2013
34 Houlihan, Barrie; Lindsey, Iain.
Sport policy in Britain. Routledge 2013 (ISBN 978-0-415-87483-0) 242 s.
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35 Houlihan, Barrie; Zheng, Jinming.
The Olympics and Elite Sport Policy: Where Will It All End?. International Journal of the History of Sport 2013 ;Volum 30.(4) s. 338-355
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36 Tan, Tien-Chin; Houlihan, Barrie.
Chinese Olympic sport policy: Managing the impact of globalisation. International Review for the Sociology of Sport 2013 ;Volum 48.(2) s. 131-152
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2012
37 Bergsgard, Nils Asle; Houlihan, Barrie; Mangset, Per; Nødland, Svein Ingve; Rommetvedt, Hilmar.
스포츠정책론: 안정과 변화의 비교분석. Elsevier 2012 (ISBN 978-89-6206-210-6) 300 s.
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38 Houlihan, Barrie; Giulianotti, Richard.
Politics and the London 2012 Olympics: the (in)security Games. International Affairs 2012 ;Volum 88.(4) s. 701-717
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2010
39 Nicholson, Matthew; Hove, Russell; Houlihan, Barrie.
Participation in Sport: International Policy Perspectives. Routledge 2010 (ISBN 978-0415554787) 336 s.
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