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All too often, research on the influence of interest organizations in democratic politics produces null findings.
- Lobbying and Policy Change: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why
- Lobbying influence: Meaning, measurement and missing
- Corporate Power Beyond Lobbying
- Grassroots lobbying
Lobbying and Policy Change: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why
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Frank R. Baumgartner , Jeffrey M. Berry , Marie Hojnacki , David C. Kimball , and Beth L. For the authors of Lobbying and Policy Change , the most extensive study ever done on the topic, these promises ring hollow—not because politicians fail to keep them but because lobbies are far less influential than political rhetoric suggests. Based on a comprehensive examination of ninety-eight issues, this volume demonstrates that sixty percent of recent lobbying campaigns failed to change policy despite millions of dollars spent trying.
Lobbying influence: Meaning, measurement and missing
For the authors of Lobbying and Policy Change , the most extensive study ever done on the topic, these promises ring hollow—not because politicians fail to keep them but because lobbies are far less influential than political rhetoric suggests. Based on a comprehensive examination of ninety-eight issues, this volume demonstrates that sixty percent of recent lobbying campaigns failed to change policy despite millions of dollars spent trying. The authors find that resources explain less than five percent of the difference between successful and unsuccessful efforts. Moreover, they show, these attempts must overcome an entrenched Washington system with a tremendous bias in favor of the status quo. Though elected officials and existing policies carry more weight, lobbies have an impact too, and when advocates for a given issue finally succeed, policy tends to change significantly. Frank R. Baumgartner is the Bruce R.
Corporate Power Beyond Lobbying
T he biases that private interests can introduce into politics have always been a key concern for democratic theory. Lobbying in particular has come into the focus of social science research since the beginning of the twentieth century. Despite the fervor and outrage over frequent lobbying scandals, regulatory responses do not seem well equipped to rein in corporate power in politics. One reason for this is that we are overestimating the role of lobbying in explaining corporate power.
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PDF | During the election season, politicians from both sides of the aisle promised to rid government of lobbyistsâ€™ undue influence.
Lobbying Influence: Meaning, Measurement and Missing
Grassroots lobbying also indirect lobbying is lobbying with the intention of reaching the legislature and making a difference in the decision-making process. Grassroots lobbying is an approach that separates itself from direct lobbying through the act of asking the general public to contact legislators and government officials concerning the issue at hand, as opposed to conveying the message to the legislators directly. Companies, associations and citizens are increasingly partaking in grassroots lobbying as an attempt to influence a change in legislation. The unique characteristic of grassroots lobbying, in contrast to other forms of lobbying, is that it involves stimulating the politics of specific communities. This type of lobbying is different from the more commonly known direct lobbying , as it is naturally brought upon by the organization. There are several tactics used by groups in order to promote or advocate different issues politically, but the main two tactics used in grassroots or "outside" advocacy are education of constituents through holding press conferences or organizing press releases , and mobilizing targeted people who will be impacted negatively or positively to create a movement. Grassroots lobbying often implement the use of media to expand their outreach.
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