Department of Political Science

Peter Munk Christiansen

Lobbying Across Arenas. Interest Group Involvement in the Legislative Process in Denmark

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Lobbying Across Arenas. Interest Group Involvement in the Legislative Process in Denmark. / Pedersen, Helene Helboe; Christiansen, Peter Munk; Binderkrantz, Anne Skorkjær.

In: Legislative Studies Quarterly, Vol. 39, No. 2, 2014, p. 199-225.

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title = "Lobbying Across Arenas. Interest Group Involvement in the Legislative Process in Denmark",
abstract = "Interest groups may approach political decision makers in two phases of the legislative process: the pre-parliamentary, administrative phase, in which bills are prepared by bureaucrats; and the parliamentary phase, in which bills are discussed and possibly revised by parliamentary committees. The article investigates the factors that lead groups to engage in these phases based on group proceedings for 225 bills presented to the Danish parliament in the 2009/2010 session. We conclude that resourceful groups are clearly more active in both arenas, but the parliamentary arena is also a venue for voicing discontent and defending gains achieved in the administrative arena.",
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journal = "Legislative Studies Quarterly",
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N2 - Interest groups may approach political decision makers in two phases of the legislative process: the pre-parliamentary, administrative phase, in which bills are prepared by bureaucrats; and the parliamentary phase, in which bills are discussed and possibly revised by parliamentary committees. The article investigates the factors that lead groups to engage in these phases based on group proceedings for 225 bills presented to the Danish parliament in the 2009/2010 session. We conclude that resourceful groups are clearly more active in both arenas, but the parliamentary arena is also a venue for voicing discontent and defending gains achieved in the administrative arena.

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