equally designed to success in all fields of public services, or should it be applied only to certain types of institutions and levels of decisions?
issues for this industry body include bilateral investment treaty negotiations with India, IP-related issues, and economic and commercial relations between the two countries.
Deardorff (professor of economics and public policy) is that lobbying
is a legislative subsidy: "[Lobbying] is an attempt to subsidize the legislative resources of members who already support the cause of the group."
For instance, Congress now appears poised to approve a lifting of the oil export ban which is a top objective for the industry despite the lack of funding going toward lobbying
and reported opposition by the Obama administration.
Anastasiadis (2006) claims that lobbying
emerged as a concept in the second half of the 19th century.
To determine if librarians in Imo state are aware of lobbying
and advocacy as integral approach for improving library and information services.
Parliament designed Canada's lobbying
regulatory system to frame the burden of compliance on the lobbyists.
In the last quarter ended September 30 itself, the company spent 1.65 million dollars on various lobbying
issues, which included "discussions related to FDI in India".
There seems to be an inverse relationship between the growth of lobbying
and its effects on how citizens view government, according to "The Ethics of Lobbying
," a handbook from the Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University.
As pressure mounts on the Legislature to pass a bill declaring a moratorium on natural gas exploitation using the controversial hydraulic fracturing technique, industry has poured over one million dollars into lobbying
the Governor and the New York State Legislature in the first 6 months of 2010.