6 edition of Coalitions of interest found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ruth Alsop ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Alsop, Ruth., Overseas Development Institute (London, England)|
|LC Classifications||HD2073 .C63 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99059006|
Coalitions and Compliance examines how international changes can reconfigure domestic politics. Since the late s, developing countries have been subject to intense pressures regarding intellectual property rights. These pressures have been exceptionally controversial in the area of pharmaceuticals. Historically, fearing the economic and social costs of providing private property rights. frame—how politics, conflict, coalitions, conflicting goals, interdependence, enduring differences, scarce resources, and the distribution and exercise of power create alive and screaming political jungles that often overwhelm rationality. Chapter 9: Cases Focusing on the Content of the Political FrameFile Size: 94KB.
Joining Forces: A Guide for Forming, Joining and Building Political Coalitions Introduction Many political parties and organizations find coalitions to be an important and useful way to increase power and stretch resources. At the same time, coalitions can often be hard to form and difficult to hold together. This document presents the politicalFile Size: 62KB. its issues of interest. If the coalition creates an information brochure, the mission statement should be featured prominently. Also, individuals and organizations interested in joining the coalition should be required to sign onto the coalition’s mission as A Guide to Building Community Coalitions.
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"In this very welcome book Hula addresses a real void in the literature on interest groups by analyzing the general idea of interest coalitions. While other studies have examined various forms of group interaction in one or more Coalitions of interest book domains, Hula sticks to the subject of coalitions with audacity and does so very thoroughly indeedCited by: Lobbying Together: Interest Group Coalitions in Legislative Politics (American Governance and Public Policy series) - Kindle edition by Hula, Kevin W.
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The Theory of Political Coalitions is an academic book on positive political theory written by the American political scientist William H. Riker and published in It uses game theory to formalize political theory. In it, Riker deduces the size principle.
On its postulates, politicians are proved to form winning, minimal-size coalitions. The work runs contrary to a previous theory by Author: William H.
Riker. Get this from a library. Lobbying together: interest group coalitions in legislative politics. [Kevin W Hula] -- "Today organized interests fight most of their major battles within coalitions. Whether joining forces to address tobacco legislation or proposed air safety regulations, Washington lobbyists with.
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Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 Pages: An interest group coalition exists whenever two or more interest groups collaborate in advocating their public policy agendas.
Working together in coalition is one of the most common tactics that interest groups use to advance their interests in the policy process. The extant literature on coalitions emphasizes interest group decisions to participate or not in one coalition, or their strategy Cited by: "In this very welcome book Hula addresses a real void in the literature on interest groups by analyzing the general idea of interest coalitions.
While other studies have examined various forms of group interaction in one or more policy domains, Hula sticks to the subject of coalitions with audacity and does so very thoroughly indeed. "This topical book, written by two eminent journalists, convincingly argues against two commonly held beliefs concerning Indian politics.
Their basic premise is that India has come a long way from the time when a single party, the Congress, dominated our polity. Instead, it has given way to multi-party configurations or coalitions which, they demonstrate, are neither temporary nor an 3/5(1).
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE COALITIONS: An Eight Step Guide Although the examples given in this paper are specific to injury prevention coalitions, most can be applied to coalitions working on a variety of health-related issues.
Written in the format of eight specific steps, this paper attempts to give structure to a process that is somewhat Size: KB. This book aims to shed light on the impact of interest groups on European policy-making, with author Heike Klüver developing a comprehensive theoretical model for understanding lobbying success.
Reviewed by Benedetta Voltolini. Lobbying in the European Union: Interest Groups, Lobbying Coalitions, and Policy Change. Heike Klüver. Gunnar Trumbull discusses his new book, "Strength in Numbers," in which he argues that diffuse groups--environmentalists, consumer activists, farmers--wield great influence in many areas of regulation.
Interest Groups & Advocacy is the official journal of the Political Organizations and Parties section of the American Political Science Association.
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Coalitions are one of the most important tools available to interest groups as they attempt to influence the policy process, yet relatively little is known about how interest group coalitions. Grossmann, Dominguez / Party Coalitions and Interest Group Networks in press) and snowbal l sampled from that list, searchi ng the Congr essiona l Record for mention s of those groups in.
Coalition, in politics and international relations, a group of actors that coordinate their behaviour in a limited and temporary fashion to achieve a common goal.
As a form of goal-oriented political cooperation, a coalition can be contrasted with an alliance and a network. An alliance suggests a robust partnership of at least medium-term duration, as compared with the more fleeting coalition.
Lobbying Together: Interest Group Coalitions in Legislative Politics. By Kevin W. Hula. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, p. $ cloth, $ paper. - Volume 95 Issue 2 - Scott AinsworthCited by: 2. Democrats as a party are a coalition of interests built around environmental, educational, civil rights, immigration, justice, animal rights, peoples’ rights, anti-war, anti-foreign intrigue, privacy, health-care, women’s rights, energy, and other progressive issues.
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In this lecture we will look more closely at Kevin Hula's book on interest group coalitions and their lobbying efforts in the United States Congress. Why lobbying. It's not focused on a single organization or within a single one but it seemed highly salient to those of you wanting to.
Interest Group Coalitions, Diverse Partners, and Influence in American Social Policy. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login.
Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing pages. Total views: 0 *Cited by: 2.A major source of information for journalists, and another way in which people can get involved in politics, is interest groups.
Interest groups Coalitions of like-minded individuals and businesses who unite in pursuit of particular political and policy goals.
James Madison, architect of the U.S. Constitution, called them factions. are formal coalitions of individuals and organizations who.While interest groups form coalitions to advance their own goals, coalitions also serve the interests of policymakers.
Coalitions signal to policymakers that a set of interest groups – the members of the coalition – have reached a consensus on the issue at hand (Nelson and Yackee ).