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Alana Thomson, Kristine Toohey, and Simon Darcy

most Western democratic nations sees elite sport prioritized in policy processes, and assumptions are that mass sport participation will benefit via a trickle-down effect • Due to the federated structures and regularity of organized sport occurrence, sport networks are characterized by permanency

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assumptions within the field, such as the so-called “trickle-down effect,” which, to date, remains unverified, and the infamous “Goldman Dilemma,” which is at the foundation of some of the unfounded fears that many young athletes are using performance-enhancing drugs. What confounds the issue is that

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Matthew Juravich and Brian M. Mills

hypothesizing. Through the onset of a development logic, we propose that player talent dispersion has been impacted across all organizations comprising the field while parity at the team level has also been affected. Specifically, we propose a trickle-down effect of player talent dispersion that has directly

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Jared F.K. Monaghan and Claudio M. Rocha

citizen frequency of participation post-Olympics ( Kokolakakis et al., 2019 ; Potwarka & Wicker, 2021 ). The so-called trickle-down effect suggests that, although unlikely to inspire sedentary people to get active, hosting Olympic Games can inspire active people to become even more active and the

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Lucy V. Piggott and Jordan J.K. Matthews

leadership styles than men ( Eagly, Johannesen-Schmidt, & van Engen, 2003 ). Within sport, researchers have argued that women bring new and different perspectives and ideas to the boardroom and improve the atmosphere of meetings ( Pfister, 2010 ), as well as creating a trickle-down effect resulting in more

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Jens De Rycke, Veerle De Bosscher, Hiroaki Funahashi, and Popi Sotiriadou

( 2 ), 263 – 279 . 10.1080/17430430500087328 Frick , B. , & Wicker , P. ( 2016 ). The trickle-down effect: How elite sporting success affects amateur participation in German football . Applied Economics Letters, 23 ( 4 ), 259 – 263 . doi:10.1080/13504851.2015.1068916 10

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Pamela Wicker and Paul Downward

commuter” and the happy sport tourist? European Sport Management Quarterly . Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/16184742.2019.1613439 10.1080/16184742.2019.1613439 Wicker , P. , & Frick , B. ( 2016 ). Recruitment and retention of referees in nonprofit sport organizations: The trickle-down