Lisa A. Kihl, PhD, associate professor in the School of Kinesiology and director of the Global Institute for Responsible Sport Organizations, published an article, “Corruption’s impact on organizational outcomes,” in the Social Responsibility Journal. The publication was awarded as the 2019 Outstanding Paper by the journal.
The paper outlines a study aimed to develop a model that examines the impact of sports corruption organizational outcomes (i.e. wing differences and attendance), as well as the mediating role of institutional reputation. How the extent of corruption impacted these organizational outcomes was also measured.