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The Large Firm as a Political Actor in the EU ePub download

by David Coen

  • Author: David Coen
  • ISBN: 0415160979
  • ISBN13: 978-0415160971
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
  • Publisher: Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis Books Lt
  • Pages: 208
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The Large Firm as a Political Actor in the EU ePub download

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The evolution of the large firm as a political actor in the European Union. D Coen Chameleon pluralism in the EU: an empirical study of the European Commission interest group density and diversity across policy domains. Journal of European Public Policy 4 (1), 91-108, 1997. Empirical and theoretical studies in EU lobbying. Journal of European Public Policy 14 (3), 333-345, 2007. Chameleon pluralism in the EU: an empirical study of the European Commission interest group density and diversity across policy domains. Journal of European Public Policy 20 (8), 1104-1119, 2013.

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of such global governance gaps. Scherer and Palazzo (2011) summarize this. be attributed, in part, to the political environment in the EU and the US. Political. CSR’s understanding of firms’ engagement in politics rests on a multi-stakeholder. political engagement of firms in the evolving division of labor between governments, businesses, and civil society. One important aspect in this context is the shifting. The Political-Economy of State-Business Relations in Europe. Journal of European Public Policy 4, 1 (1997): 91-108. COEN, D. "The European business interest and the nation state: large-firm lobbying in the European union and member states. Journal of Public Policy 18, 1 (1998): 75-100. and J. RICHARDSON. Lobbying in the European Union: Institutions, Actors and Issues, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. FAIRBRASS, Jenny and Alex WARLEIGH (eds). Firms are legitimate political actors, but few empirical studies examine how firms have re-structured their political organisation to maximise the political options in the constantly evolving. The establishment of the European single market, the Maastricht accords and the development of a pan-European firm have all contributed to the creation of a European political marketplace with . More). Firms are legitimate political actors, but few empirical studies examine how firms have re-structured their political organisation to maximise the political options in the constantly evolvin.

Coen, David (1997) ‘The evolution of the large firm as a political actor in the European Union’, Journal of European Public Policy 4(1): 91–108. Coen, David (1998) ‘European business interest and the nation state: large firm lobbying in the European Union and member states’, Journal of Public Policy 18(1): 75–100. Coen, David (e. (2008) EU Lobbying: Theoretical and Empirical Developments (London: Routledge). Coen, David, and Richardson, Jeremy (ed. (2009) Lobbying the European Union: Institutions, Actors, and Issues (Oxford: Oxford University Press)