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With the Lisbon Treaty and new institutional practices, EU lobbying is becoming more complex, more opaque, more ad hoc and more legal. Every file has its own ‘institutional setting’. The Community method is being replaced by an intergovernmental approach. Most decisions are taken behind closed doors, with lobbyists excluded.

The planning of “Reshaping European Lobbying” goes back to autumn 2011. How does the Lisbon Treaty alter the balance of power, procedures and, by extension, lobbying strategies? To answer this difficult question, Daniel Guéguen consulted 75 leaders in European affairs. These 75 conversations helped to solve the riddle, and they sketched a radically different landscape of European lobbying. In the months that followed, the author dug deeper, backed up his conclusions with recent cases and developed a new post- ‐Lisbon lobbying model.

 

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With the Lisbon Treaty and new institutional practices, EU lobbying is becoming more complex, more opaque, more ad hoc and more legal. Every file has its own ‘institutional setting’. The Community method is being replaced by an intergovernmental approach. Most decisions are taken behind closed doors, with lobbyists excluded.

The planning of “Reshaping European Lobbying” goes back to autumn 2011. How does the Lisbon Treaty alter the balance of power, procedures and, by extension, lobbying strategies? To answer this difficult question, Daniel Guéguen consulted 75 leaders in European affairs. These 75 conversations helped to solve the riddle, and they sketched a radically different landscape of European lobbying. In the months that followed, the author dug deeper, backed up his conclusions with recent cases and developed a new post- ‐Lisbon lobbying model.

Author(s):

GUEGUEN Daniel

Daniel Gueguen worked for many years as director of leading European trade associations. He is now active as a writer, trainer and consultant and chief executive of CLAN Public Affairs in Brussels.

 

 

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ISBN 9782960127126
Auteur GUEGUEN Daniel
editeur PACT EUROPEAN AFFAIRS
Date de publication 15/05/2013
Nombre de pages 89
Description

With the Lisbon Treaty and new institutional practices, EU lobbying is becoming more complex, more opaque, more ad hoc and more legal. Every file has its own ‘institutional setting’. The Community method is being replaced by an intergovernmental approach. Most decisions are taken behind closed doors, with lobbyists excluded.

The planning of “Reshaping European Lobbying” goes back to autumn 2011. How does the Lisbon Treaty alter the balance of power, procedures and, by extension, lobbying strategies? To answer this difficult question, Daniel Guéguen consulted 75 leaders in European affairs. These 75 conversations helped to solve the riddle, and they sketched a radically different landscape of European lobbying. In the months that followed, the author dug deeper, backed up his conclusions with recent cases and developed a new post- ‐Lisbon lobbying model.

Author(s):

GUEGUEN Daniel

Daniel Gueguen worked for many years as director of leading European trade associations. He is now active as a writer, trainer and consultant and chief executive of CLAN Public Affairs in Brussels.

 

 

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