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La fin d'un monopole d'État : ouverture et régulation du marché de l'emploi sportif

Abstract : Access to coaching against remuneration is subject to a state monopoly. At the turn of the twenty-first century, this statutory framework is undergoing profound changes, opening up the market to new people, including the professional sports branch, recently created. In this new context, the latter will create Certificates of Professional Qualification, allowing access to coaching against remuneration under conditions to be defined. It is then up to all stakeholders to build a viable regulatory framework (Frison-Roche, 2004), especially in reducing competition with existing state diplomas. Through a subtle analysis of the situation, our work reconstructs the original ambitions of the people involved before highlighting the limitations - or even the paradoxes - of the implementation of this new certification and its effects on the labour market.
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Jérémy Pierre, Pierre-Olaf Schut. La fin d'un monopole d'État : ouverture et régulation du marché de l'emploi sportif. Politiques et Management public, Institut de management public, 2012, 29 (2), pp.233-251. ⟨10.3166/pmp.29.233-251⟩. ⟨hal-00743414⟩

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