Angela Lumpkin is a professor in the Department of Health, Sport, and Exercise Sciences at the University of Kansas, where she also served as dean of the School of Education. She is the author of 22 books and is a recipient of The Order of the Long Leaf Pine presented by Governor James B. Hunt of North Carolina for contributions to the physical fitness and health of North Carolinians. Sharon Kay Stoll serves as the director of the Center for ETHICS* and is considered one of the leading authorities in competitive moral education intervention techniques for college-aged students in America. She is the author of eight books and has been featured on such national programs as Nightline, SportsCenter, ESPN Chat Line, and Fox Sports' Goin' Deep. Jennifer M. Beller is an associate professor of kinesiology and educational psychology at Washington State University and an affiliate faculty member to the University of Idaho's Center for ETHICS* serving as their research and measurement specialist. Her work has been featured on Nightline, CNN, ESPN, Fox News, the BBC TV in Manchester, England, and as part of a winning national news documentary award.
"the authors supplement this thoughtful book with present-day examples and suggestions for further research. An important resource for students interested in sports management. Recommended"--Choice; "this volume on management ethics explores issues in sports management from school and youth leagues through professional franchises"--Reference & Research Book News.