Influence and Interests in the European Union: The New Politics of Persuasion and Advocacy

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Jenny Fairbrass, Alex Warleigh
Routledge, Sep 2, 2003 - Reference - 320 pages
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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.
 

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Contents

The Editors
The European Commission andExternal Trade
Chapter 6Frame Bridging andthe New Politics of Persuasion
TheNew Quest for Civil Society Formation
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Alex Warleigh is Deputy Director of the Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research at Queen's University, Belfast.

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