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Gendering the European Parliament

Interest Groups and Public Opinion: Friends or Foes?

Interest Groups
 
Public Policy
 
Public Opinion
 
Panel Number
P176
Panel Chair
Anne Rasmussen
University of Copenhagen
Panel Discussant
Beth Leech
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Time
05/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: Ground floor Room: 7
Abstract
This panel brings together scholars working in the field of public opinion and interest groups. To what extent do interest groups represent the preferences of the general public? How does public opinion affect interest group behaviour and influence? And do interest groups play a role for policy responsiveness and agenda representation? This panel invites papers which aim to clarify the linkages between public opinion, interest groups and public policy. This could also include more substantive issues, such as the rise of populist sentiments, Euroscepticism, or questions about European integration.

Paper List


Title Details
Barrier or Benefit? How the Positional Alignment of Interest Groups with Public Opinion Leads to Media Attention View Paper Details
Facing Brexit: Interest Groups' and the Public's Reactions to a New Paradigm of British Governance View Paper Details
In the Name of Whom? On the Use and Effects of Object Framing in Advocacy View Paper Details
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