How the EU Institutions Work and How to Work with the EU Institutions

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 22 Jun 2015

Who is the book for? ● EU public affairs professionals  ● Students and young professionals looking to work in the Brussels bubble ● Academic and training courses on EU institutions and decision-making  ● EU officials engaged in legislative procedures ● National and regional government officials involved in EU legislation                ● Law firms in the EU arena ● NGOs, federations and businesses working with the EU institutions ● Non-EU governments, businesses and NGOs affected by EU legislation ● Libraries with EU interests

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ISBN-13: 9780992974886
ISBN-10: 0992974887
Pagini: 380
Editura: John Harper Publishing


The book is divided into three sections: ● Section 1 – How the EU Institutions Work 1. The European Commission 2. The Council of the EU and the European Council 3. The European Parliament 4. Other EU Institutions and Bodies ● Section 2 – How EU Decision-Making Works 5. The Ordinary Legislative Procedure: New Codecision 6. Delegated and Implementing Acts: “New Comitology” ● Section 3 – How to Work with the EU Institutions and Decision-Making 7. Ethics and Transparency in the EU 8. Practical Guide to Working with the EU Institutions 9. Practical Guide to Working with EU Decision-Making 10. Conclusion – Designing a Successful EU Lobbying Campaign Appendix: Suggested Reading and Social Media Index

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THE AUTHORS. Alan Hardacre and Erik Akse are both currently active in EU public affairs, and lead a team of fellow practitioners.