Access points : an institutional theory of policy bias and policy complexity

'Access Points' develops a theory about how democratic institutions influence policy outcomes. It argues that the more points of access that institutions provide to interest groups the cheaper lobbying will be and, thus, the more lobbying will occur

Main Author: Ehrlich, Sean D.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Oxford University Press 2011, c2011
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Summary:'Access Points' develops a theory about how democratic institutions influence policy outcomes. It argues that the more points of access that institutions provide to interest groups the cheaper lobbying will be and, thus, the more lobbying will occur
Physical Description:ix, 198 p. ill
ISBN:9780199918645
0199918643