influence and interests in the european union the new politics of persuasion and advocacy

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Influence And Interests In The European Union

Author : Jenny Fairbrass
ISBN : 9781135356033
Genre : Reference
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Clearly discusses the impact and uses of interest representation in the development of the EU system. * Examines the complexities of representation at EU level, a vital issue for potential lobbyists and interest groups * Charts new trends and issues such as enlargement, Europeanization and Central and Eastern Europe * Contributions by acknowledged experts with a proven track record of research and publication in this field, including seven current and past practitioners of EU politics with experience as lobbyists from either institutional, NGO or corporate perspectives * Places interest representation in its historical and theoretical context.

Der Politische Einfluss Von Greenpeace

Author : Leif Koch
ISBN : 9783658057879
Genre : Political Science
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Leif Koch unternimmt eine präzise Analyse der politischen Kommunikation der Organisation Greenpeace. Anhand einer Verordnung der Europäischen Union zur Chemikalienregulierung (REACH-Verordnung) richtet er den Blick auf die Frage, inwieweit dieser umweltpolitische Akteur durch Lobbying erfolgreich Einfluss nehmen kann. Nach einer Skizzierung des Politikfelds und seiner Akteure werden die Kommunikations- und Machtpotenziale als Voraussetzung für Einflussnahme bestimmt. Der Grad des Einflusserfolgs wird ermittelt, indem die einzelnen Phasen von der Verabschiedung des Verordnungsvorschlags bis zur finalen REACH-Verordnung auf das lobbyistische Handeln von Greenpeace sowie weiteren umweltpolitischen Akteuren einerseits und den zahlreichen Lobby-Akteuren der chemischen Industrie andererseits bezogen werden.​

Social Capital And Governance

Author : Frane Adam
ISBN : 3825896587
Genre : Social Science
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The intention of this book's contributions is to focus on some key aspects of social capital in the context of civic participation, governance and civil society at both national and EU levels. The role of new EU members is particularly stressed. The texts aim to demonstrate how social capital in the form of co-operative norms and actions facilitates the self-organisation of civil society and its internal ability to articulate policy relevant alternative proposals. The efficiency and responsiveness of governance at different - local, national, transnational - levels are also addressed. Besides theoretical reconsiderations, the book draws attention to the issue of the quality of data and greater methodological reflexivity.

The Capacity Of Central And East European Interest Groups To Participate In Eu Governance

Author : Daniela Obradovic
ISBN : 9783838257501
Genre : Political Science
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The integration of ten Central and East European countries (CEEC) into the EU as part of the 2004 and 2007 enlargements poses new challenges to EU governance, as the number of countries involved has thereby increased dramatically. However, the actors coming from the new member states also face challenges as they attempt to integrate themselves into EU decision-making processes. This book analyses the attempts of of civil society organisations from the Czech Republic and Poland to engage in EU governance in four policy fields. The guiding question is whether civil society organisations from the Central and East European member states have (or can gain) the capacity for meaningful participation in EU governance.After an introductory part, which outlines the analytical framework and offers a review of the literature, the actors and rules of EU governance are profiled. The third and fourth parts of the book then present case studies. The case studies address the civil society organisations most actively involved in EU governance, namely typical NGOs, trade unions, employers’ organisations and business associations.

Eu Enlargement And Civil Society In The Western Balkans

Author : Natasha Wunsch
ISBN : 9783319918457
Genre : Political Science
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This book examines civil society empowerment during the EU enlargement process. Building on extensive fieldwork, it compares mobilisation around rule of law issues in Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia. Moving beyond the traditional focus on the top-down impact of EU support, it demonstrates NGOs’ agency and analyses their shifting strategies throughout the membership negotiations. Its approach and findings will appeal to scholars and advanced students of EU integration, social movements, and the politics of South East Europe.

Romanian Interest Representation In Brussels

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ISBN : 9789731703596
Genre : European Union countries
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Interest Group Politics In Europe

Author : Jan Beyers
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124141388
Genre : Political Science
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Interest organizations have always assumed a prominent place in European politics because they link states with citizens, institutionalize the resolution of social conflicts, regulate important sectors of the economy and society, contribute to workable policy outcomes and socialize members into democratic politics. However, the plethora of interest group studies that exist have not consolidated our understanding of these actors. These analyses have been subject to the vagaries of different theoretical perspectives and vary greatly in their conceptual and methodological frameworks. Consequently, a not always complementary and fragmented series of findings has emerged. This book is a systematic and comprehensive effort at investigating and integrating the state of the art in European interest group research. Combining the analysis of interest group politics in the EU with the comparative study of interest organizations, the book seeks to identify the areas about which there is consolidated knowledge, that are marked by controversies, in which considerable uncertainty exists, that have been omitted from research programs and that ought to be part of future studies. Thereby, it provides a general reflection on how the study of interest group politics can be improved by linking it to the comparative study of governance. This book was published as a special issue of West European Politics.

Assessing Conditions For Influence Of Interest Groups In The Eu

Author : Irina Michalowitz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122183176
Genre : Political Science
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Governance And Civil Society In The European Union Vol 2

Author : Vincent Della Sala
ISBN : 0719074959
Genre : Political Science
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This volume focuses on the role of organized civil society in European public policies. The contributions discuss the role of public-pressure groups and their relations with organized business and institutional actors. They examine the context of interest representation in EU institutions, reviewing the functions and opportunities of EU lobbies and public-interest groups in several policy areas. These include environmental policy and the impact of environmental social movements, and anti-racist policy in the broader context of anti-discrimination policy. Several contributions suggest that policy-making emerges from a fragmented coalition of NGOs, politicians and civil servants operating in connected but distinct regulative environments.

Participants Or Observers In European Governance

Author : Kristina Charrad
ISBN : NWU:35556041335993
Genre : Political Science
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This study focuses on the framework conditions under which civil society actors from the new Central and East European member states of the European Union are operating in Brussels. They are facing Several challenges which complicate their access to the formal and informal networks of European policy making. By analysing the network around the Directive on Services, the author exemplifies the difficulties the civil society actors from the four new member states face and what implications it has on the EU governance.

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