Last week, I stumbled over this academic conference paper (PDF) by John David Rausch and Mary Scanlon Rauch who compare the US Congress and the EU Parliament regarding informal groups of parliamentarians. In the EU Parliament, these informal groups are called Intergroups, and currently there are 27 of these that are formally registered (de facto there […]
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It’s kind of funny when the lobbyist reflects on the political scientist’s reflections on lobbyism. This is what public affairs professional James, formerly based in the Brussels bubble and now in Washington, has just done on his blog, discussing a paper by Dr. Heike Klüver on lobby influences in the EU.