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Introducing Regulating lobbying
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This chapter first outlines the rationale for writing the second edition of the book. It defines key terms and then situates lobbying regulation in the context of other transparency policies such as Freedom of Information, ethics reform and whistleblowing legislation. After considering the theoretical reasons for regulating lobbying (or not), it overviews which countries in the world do (and do not) have lobbying regulations in place. It closes by outlining the main questions that guide the book and its structure.

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