Business Lobbying in the European Union
About this event
How has business lobbying in Brussels evolved over the past 30 years? How are lobbying strategies organised and to what extent do they manage to influence policy-making? Drawing on more than 30 years of data, as well as interviews, case studies and surveys to map out the strategies used by businesses to lobby effectively in Brussels, the book co-edited by D. Coen provides a perspective into how business representation in the EU has evolved; as well as valuable insights into how to organise lobbying strategies and influence policy-making. It will be discussed by Ramona Coman from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and chaired by Sarah Wolff from Queen Mary University of London.
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David Coen, Professor of Public Policy, University College London
Ramona Coman, Associate Professor, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Director of the Institute on European Studies
Sarah Wolff, Professor, Queen Mary University of London
This event is part of the 2022/2023 Seminar Series of the Centre for European Research on 'The idea of Europe: Past, Present and Future' and is part of the co-Duties project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and is organised in partnership with ULIP.