Lobbying in Europe: Public Affairs and the Lobbying Industry in 28 EU Countries

Lobbying in Europe: Public Affairs and the Lobbying Industry in 28 EU Countries

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781137552556
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 01/22/2017
Edition description: 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Alberto Bitonti is Professor of Politics at IES Abroad Rome and at the Umbra Institute of Perugia (Italy), as well as a Fellow at LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome (Italy) and at the School of Public Affairs of the American University in Washington DC (United States). He is an activist for various organizations promoting open government, transparency and innovation in the political world.

Phil Harris is Executive Director of the Business Research Institute and holder of the Westminster Chair of Marketing and Public Affairs at the University of Chester, UK. He is a past Chairman of the Marketing Council (UK) PLC, Professor of Marketing at the University of Otago, New Zealand, and Director of the Centre for Corporate and Public Affairs at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. He is joint founding editor of the Journal of Public Affairs. His latest books are the Penguin Dictionary of Marketing (2009), Lobbying and Public Affairs in the UK (2009) and Public Affairs Management (2013, 4 volumes).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1.1. An Introduction to Lobbying in Europe; Alberto Bitonti and Phil Harris.- Chapter 1.2. The role of lobbying in modern democracy: a theoretical framework; Alberto Bitonti.- Chapter 2.0. Lobbying in EU; Simon Levitt, Simon Bryceson and Frederick van Mierlo.- Chapter 2.1. Lobbying in Austria; Peter Köppl.- Chapter 2.2. Lobbying in Belgium; Tine Destrooper.- Chapter 2.3. Lobbying in Bulgaria; Detelina Dineva.- Chapter 2.4. Lobbying in Croatia; Natko Vlahovic & Dubravka Sinčić Ćorić.- Chapter 2.5. Lobbying in Cyprus; Maria Kepardis & Christina Neophytidou.- Chapter 2.6. Lobbying in Czech Republic; Štěpán Soukeník, Miloš Gregor and Anna Matušková.- Chapter 2.7. Lobbying in Denmark; Peter Andreas Münster and Andreas Hjørnholm.- Chapter 2.8. Lobbying in Estonia; Andreas Kaju & Ott Lumi.- Chapter 2.9. Lobbying in Finland; Kimmo Collander, Eero Rämö and Urho Blom.- Chapter 2.10. Lobbying in France; Didier Sallé & Francesco Marchi.- Chapter 2.11. Lobbying in Germany; Dominik Meier.- Chapter 2.12. Lobbying in Greece; George Limperis.- Chapter 2.13. Lobbying in Hungary; József Péter Martin & Miklós Ligeti.- Chapter 2.14. Lobbying in Ireland; Gary Murphy.- Chapter 2.15. Lobbying in Italy; Pier Luigi Petrillo.- Chapter 2.16. Lobbying in Latvia; Valts Kalnins.- Chapter 2.17. Lobbying in Lithuania; Saulius Spurga.- Chapter 2.18. Lobbying in Luxembourg; Paul-Michael Schonenberg.- Chapter 2.19. Lobbying in Malta; Mark Harwood.- Chapter 2.20. Lobbying in Netherlands; Peter Van Keulen.- Chapter 2.21. Lobbying in Poland; Witold Michalek.- Chapter 2.22. Lobbying in Portugal; Joaquim Martins Lampreia.- Chapter 2.23. Lobbying in Romania; Laura Florea and Bogdan Dima.- Chapter 2.24. Lobbying in Slovakia; Patrik Zoltvany.- Chapter 2.25. Lobbying in Slovenia; Danica Fink Hafner.- Chapter 2.26. Lobbying in Spain; Maria Rosa Rotondo & Rafael Rubio Núñez.- Chapter 2.27. Lobbying in Sweden; Anna-Karin Hedlund.- Chapter 2.28. Lobbying in United Kingdom; Conor McGrath.- Chapter 3.1. Lobbying and Public Affairs in Europe: a comparative overview; Alberto Bitonti, Phil Harris, Claudia Mariotti.

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