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26 de maio de 2015

institutional configuration of sport policy in Brazil

[Clube do Congresso.
Athos Bulcão.
Brasília - DF]

artigo:
The institutional configuration of sport policy in Brazil: organization , evolution and dilemmas

Mendes, A.; Codato, A.

Brazil has become the center of the spotlight of the whole world recently, amongst many other reasons, one of them was because it was chosen to host a series of mega sporting events — Pan American Games in 2007, Confederations Football Cup in 2013, Fifa Football World Cup 2014 Games and 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2016. However, little is known about the country’s administrative governmental structure focused on sport policy. The available studies focus their analysis on the sport policies content, but not on the arrangement of its structural decision-making. The main aim of this article is indeed to describe, based on official documentation, the evolution and the current arrangements of the government responsible for the administrative structure for the planning and implementation of sports policies in Brazil. Thus, we tried to list the main prob- lems arising from the organization of the Brazilian sports’ management. These problems are: (1) inappropriate institutional structure in terms of human resources and obstacles to participation by other social actors beyond the officials (parliament and members of the Ministry of Sports) in the sports policy; (2) disarticulation between public institutions generating redundancies and conflicts of jurisdiction due to the poor division of labor between bureaucracy agencies; and (3) inadequate planning proved by the lack of organization of some institutions, and by the lack of assessment and continuity of public policies over time. Therefore, we must emphasize those problems from above, and due to these administrative arrangements, Brazilian sports’ policy has big challenges in the sport development in this country, which includes the creation of a national “system” for sports and a priority investment in sport education.


Mendes, A. & Codato, A., 2015. The institutional configuration of sport policy in Brazil: organization , evolution and dilemmas. Revista de Administração Pública, 49(3), pp.563–593.

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