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Interest Representation in the European Union (4th Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 269
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The European Union Series

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  • Why is the EU so reliant upon exchanges with interest organisations?
  • What safeguards have been developed to prevent capture by special interests, and how effective are these?
  • How does the EU system of interest representation...

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  • Why is the EU so reliant upon exchanges with interest organisations?
  • What safeguards have been developed to prevent capture by special interests, and how effective are these?
  • How does the EU system of interest representation compare with those of other systems, and what are its unique features?
The fully revised fourth edition of this highly-acclaimed book provides an authoritative and comprehensive assessment of the role of organized interests in the EU. Showing that interest representation is a key aspect of the European project, it examines the significance of interests for everyday policy-making, for European integration, and for the democratic legitimacy of the EU. Accessibly written and thoroughly updated, the new edition contains additional material on the regulation of lobbying and the European Transparency Register.

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  • A fully revised and updated new edition of the leading text on European interest representation?
  • Brings together in concise and accessible form a wide range of information and analysis?
  • Written by a leading authority

1. Introduction
2. EU Decision-Making and Channels of Influence
3.The Regulation of Lobbying and the European Transparency Register
4. Business Interests and the Professions
5. Labour Interests
6. Citizen Interests
7. Territorial Interests
8. Organized Civil Society and European Integration.
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JUSTIN GREENWOOD is Professor of European Public Policy at the Aberdeen Business School, UK, and a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe.

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JUSTIN GREENWOOD is Professor of European Public Policy at the Aberdeen Business School, UK, and a Visiting Professor at the College of Europe.

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