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Lobbying the European Union

Changing Minds, Changing Times



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Unique in bringing together contributions from academics and practitioners on the theme of strategic, intelligent modern lobbying this book provides a thorough and accessible discussion on key ideas pertinent to the pursuance of public affairs in the European Union. Combining innovative academic research with first-hand professional experience it offers the reader a combination of practical recommendations, case studies and academic theory to add new insights to interest group research and lobbying strategies. While focusing on the European Union the contributors acknowledge the multi-level dimension of EU decision-making and incorporate research on multi-level governance as well as lobbying by sub-national authorities. Through this they present a fuller picture of a subject that should appeal to students, academics and practitioners alike.

Author Biography

Paul A. Shotton spent ten years working in Brussels as a public affairs professional. During this time he worked for the media, trade associations, campaign organisations and in consultancy. As Principal Lecturer at The Hague University's Programme for European Studies he lectures, researchers and heads the Department for Public Administration. His current research focuses upon the role and impact of social media in advocacy as well as agency problems faced by lobbying organisations. Paul G. Nixon is a Principal Lecturer in Political Science and Head of Research at the Programme for European Studies, The Hague University of Applied Sciences. He has experience of a number of European Union projects such as GAIDA and COST-14 projects in the broad areas of democratization, transparency and the media. He has edited a number of collections and contributed chapters to others on the use of ICTs particularly in the fields of political parties, electronic democracy and social welfare.
Release date NZ
November 30th, 2015
Edited by Paul A. Shotton Edited by Paul G. Nixon
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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