Show Me the Money: The Importance of EU Funding for the Activities of Interest Groups in Post-Socialist Countries

by Meta Novak and Damjan Lajh,

In this article we analyse the main characteristics of national interest groups from selected Central and Eastern European post-socialist countries that receive EU money and at the same time are supposed to be supported with EU money vis-à-vis Western EU member-states to a lesser extent. The analysis is based on the data collected in frame of Comparative Interest Groups Survey project with a web survey that was conducted among national interest groups from Slovenia, Lithuania and Poland.

published in Vol 19 - No 2 - 2019 // General issue
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