A guide to modern participation in Brussels
Written based on personal experience in the field, the book is also a testimonial of the appeal of the profession today. Addressing the reader directly, the author gives introductions both to the peculiarities of European policy making and to the everyday pitfalls and challenges in the work of an EU lobbyist. A concise toolkit of methods and tactics is provided in order to make influencing the EU political process more successful. Insightful contributions of high-profile guest authors provide a wide range of perspectives on the practical implications of public affairs management and interest representation. These illustrations of what makes lobbying in the EU such a challenging task represent a valuable asset of this remarkably easy to read guide to the Brussels labyrinth.