4 edition of Influence and interests in the European Union found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alex Warleigh and Jenny Fairbrass.|
|Contributions||Warleigh, Alex., Fairbrass, Jenny.|
|LC Classifications||JN40 .I545 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||2003271936|
This book explains when and how interest groups are influential in the European Parliament, which has become one of the most important lobbying venues in the EU. Yet we know little about the many ways in which interest groups and lobbyists influence parliamentary politics. The author offers The European Commission supports the EUI through the European Union budget. This publication reflects the views only of the author(s), and the Commission cannot New Ways of Influence: ‘Horizontal’ Europeanization in Southeast Europe Graeme Crouch 38 and a book
The number of interest groups that are active in the European Union (EU) has increased sharply from the mids onwards (Greenwood 12).1 Since one of the main objectives of these groups is to influence policy outcomes in their favour, the question how?abstractid. interests of other EU member states, at least as far as the setting of priorities is concerned. In addition of course, Germany is deci-sively influential in shaping European policy. It should be easier to use this influence more constructively, if it is clear where one’s own interests lie. Our book is intended to help clarify what a German Middle
The book explores the junctions and disjunctions between member state interests defined in such a manner and EU law, where the latter expresses either an obligation for the member states to comply with common policies or an acceptance of member state particularism under the common EU › Law › International, Foreign and Comparative Law. interests and needs are clearly expressed in this paper, and I have no hesitation in commending it to people in Wales. Leanne Wood Leader of Plaid Cymru Since the vote to leave the European Union, Plaid Cymru has advocated that the priority should be to secure and defend the Welsh national interest, in particular our economic :// Securing Wales¹ Future_ENGLISH_WEB.
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Influence and interests in the European Union: the new politics of persuasion and advocacy. [Alex Warleigh; Jenny Fairbrass;] -- Clearly explains the impact and uses of interest representation in the development of the EU system with contributions by leading practitioners and other experts in the :// This book provides the first comprehensive assessment of the role and importance of interest groups in the development and policy of the European Union.
Covering professional, consumer and social interests as well as business, labour and general issues of regulation, it presents a very wide range of information and data including the results of ().
Interests, Influence and Information: Comparing the Influence of Interest Groups in the European Union. Journal of European Integration: Vol. 33, Territorial and Functional Interest Representation in EU-Governance, pp.
National Interests and the European Union George Buchan. National Interests and the European Union but power and influence, and therefore progression in the international system.
Government is the vehicle by which a state officially deals with the outside world and international relations and it is, after all, government which decides / HOW THE EUROPEAN UNION WORKS The last amending treaty — the Lisbon Treaty — was signed in Lisbon on 13 Decemberand came into force on 1 December Earlier treaties are now incorporated into the current consolidated version, which comprises the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European :// The question of interest group influence is central for both scholars interested in studying policy-making in the EU and those concerned with the legitimacy of decision-making in that :// The European Union and its interest groups have evolved side-by-side.
Because of this, the first interest groups that developed around the EU were strictly those with economic interests as the / Karapiperis T., Ladikas M.
() Organised Interests in the European Union’s Science and Technology Policy — The Influence of Lobbying Activities. In: Decker M., Ladikas M., Stephan S., Wütscher F. (eds) Bridges between Science, Society and :// European Union. Understanding how decisions are made in the EP and what role lobbying has for MEPs’ preference formation is important, therefore, for understanding EU policy outcomes.
My interest in the EP as an institution and in lobbying was crucial in my decision to do a PhD on the influence of interest groups in the The European Union and the South Caucasus pursue their interests effectively.
How the European Union can support economic and intense debate. The objective of this book is to provide a platform for this debate about the European Union’s future role as a player in the Middle East, at a crucial moment in EU-U.S.- Middle East relations.
/ Identities shape the definition of national and European interests and thereby constitute an important influence on foreign policy behaviour. National identity ‘serves not only as the primary link between the individual and society, but between a society and the world’ (Pritzel 19).
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Chalmers () “Interests, Information and Influence: Comparing the Influence of Interests Groups in the European Union”, M. Knodt, C. Quittkat and J. Greenwood, eds. Functional and Territorial Interest Representation in the EU, London and New York: Routledge (article reprint) 2 days ago Diffuse interests, for example in environment, organised only later, with the European Environmental Bureau set up in and a subsequent proliferation of EU-wide organizations in the mids, reflecting the new EU powers in this policy area.
The European Women’s Lobby was founded in Explaining the Treaty of Amsterdam: Interests, Influence, Institutions* Vol. 37, No. 1 pp. 59–85 history of the European Union (EU) as the kind of watershed represented by its predecessors. It contains few controversial provisions and is being ratified in all National Interests ~amoravcs/library/.
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