Lobbying the European Union: Institutions, Actors, and Issues

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a comprehensive update of Mazey and Richardson's edited Lobbying in the European Community ( Clive S. Thomas, West European Politics)

Given the attention lavished on EU interest group politics, our sum of knowledge regarding their impact on EU policy can seem meagre, or at the very least, difficult to piece together. Those looking to navigate this jungle would be wise to pick up David Coen and Jeremy Richardson's edited volume, Lobbying the European Union... What Lobbying the European Union does best is bring the policy process back in...the contributor remind us that the forces at work in policy-making are something that scholars around the world can recognize, analyse and compare with those of other systems. This is where the book makes a significant contribution, making it an excellent read for the broader audience interested in waht we can learn from how the EU system has matured as well as committed lobbying geeks. ( Holly Jarman, SUNY Albany, for Journal of Common Market Studies)

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a comprehensive update of Mazey and Richardson's edited ( Clive S. Thomas, West European Politics)

Given the attention lavished on EU interest group politics, our sum of knowledge regarding their impact on EU policy can seem meagre, or at the very least, difficult to piece together. Those looking to navigate this jungle would be wise to pick up David Coen and Jeremy Richardson's edited volume, ( Holly Jarman, SUNY Albany, for Journal of Common Market Studies)

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