Dennis Coates, Economics, Guest Blogs for the Christian Science Monitor

An intermediary company claiming to work on behalf of FIFA has started to contact training sites in the U.S. with hopes of securing the locations should the World Cup comes to the U.S. in 2018 or 2022, according to Dennis Coates, professor of public policy. In his guest blog post for “The Sports Economist’ on the Christian Science Monitor website, Coates reveals some key points in the “one-sided” contract.

The article, “World Cup 2018: What’s With All the Cloak-and-dagger Secrecy?” appeared September 13 on The Sports Economist blog, published by the Christian Science Monitor.


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