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Clustering Near the Seat of Power

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Hundreds of businesses, organizations or lobbying firms that seek to influence the European government have outposts near the European Parliament in Brussels.

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Alda Telles's curator insight, October 22, 2013 8:27 AM

More than 5,700 corporations, lobbying firms, law firms and nonprofit groups have joined a registry of institutions that lobby the European Union government, of which about 2,000 have offices in Brussels.

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30,000 lobbyists and counting: is Brussels under corporate sway?

30,000 lobbyists and counting: is Brussels under corporate sway? | lobbying y grupos de presión | Scoop.it
From mobile phone charges to nations' interests, these shadowy agitators are estimated to influence 75% of European legislation

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Why public affairs does not equal lobbying | European Public Affairs

Why public affairs does not equal lobbying | European Public Affairs | lobbying y grupos de presión | Scoop.it
According to Public Affairs Council President Doug Pinkham, “public affairs is the most important function that nobody understands”.

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Alda Telles's curator insight, January 27, 2014 12:45 PM

The broad concept of lobbying, according to the European Transparency Register, is that anyone aiming to influence policy is considered a lobbyist (though the register does not use this very term), hence this can and does include NGOs, religious entities, diplomats, local governments and academics alike.