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Interview Assessed for Consistency and Fairness in Sporting Tribunal (Australian Football League) Decision-Making

Victoria University
Mr Andrew Vincent (Aggregated by) Mr Brendon Stewart (Aggregated by) Prof. John Zeleznikow (Aggregated by)
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The interview was conducted in 2006 with several people in the Australian Football League (AFL) Match Review Panel and Tribunal process and explored the knowledge management techniques to assist with the analysis of decision-making by the AFL Match Review Panel and AFL Tribunal.

From the 2005 season, the Australian Football League (AFL) overhauled its system of determining penalties for significant player infringements during a match. It introduced a Match Review Panel which was responsible for assessing and classifying incidents from all AFL matches. The goal of this data collection is to examine issues of consistency and fairness in sporting tribunal / review panel decision-making.

The interview content was recorded in the Word file, together with the brief project introduction and timeline.
Project Organization Unit: School of Management and Information Systems, Victoria University

Data time period: 2006-01-01 to 2006-12-31

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