A closed Scotland? lobbying at Holyrood

David Miller, P. Schlesinger, W. Dinan

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    Abstract

    The lobbying industry has been enjoying significant expansion with the establishment of the Scottish parliament, say Dinan and Miller. For all the early hopes of a more inclusive 'new politics', lobbyists have acted in their own commercial self-interest to make sure the system works in their favour. The lobbying industry has campaigned successfully against efforts by the parliament to regulate it effectively.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe anatomy of the new Scotland
    Subtitle of host publicationpower, influence and change
    EditorsChris Warhurst, Gary Hassan
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2005

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    Keywords

    • lobbying
    • scottish parliament
    • media analysis

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    Miller, D., Schlesinger, P., & Dinan, W. (2005). A closed Scotland? lobbying at Holyrood. In C. Warhurst, & G. Hassan (Eds.), The anatomy of the new Scotland: power, influence and change
    Miller, David ; Schlesinger, P. ; Dinan, W. / A closed Scotland? lobbying at Holyrood. The anatomy of the new Scotland: power, influence and change. editor / Chris Warhurst ; Gary Hassan. 2005.
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