10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUBLIC-INTEREST GROUP»
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Law: An Economic and Institutional Analysis
By contrast, the closer the value of the ratio is to unity - that is, the greater the
value of external relative to internal net benefits - the more we might be justified
in calling the group a public interest group, or the activity a public interest activity.
Burton Allen Weisbrod, Joel F. Handler, Neil K. Komesar, 1978
America at Odds, Alternate Edition
In reality, all lobby- public-interest group An interest group formed for the purpose
of working for the “public good.” Examples of public-interest groups are the
American Civil Liberties Union and Common Cause. trade organization An ...
Edward Sidlow, Beth Henschen, 2008
Introduction to the Policy Process
Indeed, it is difficult to allow only public interest group members to reap the
benefits of, say, a cleaner environment without providing such benefits to others.
While public interest groups would institutional interest group. A group of people,
American Government: Historical, Popular, and Global ...
Another highly active public interest group is Common Cause. This group's
literature describes itself in the following way: “Common Cause is a nonprofit,
nonpartisan citizen's lobbying organization promoting open, honest and
Kenneth Dautrich, David Yalof, Charldean Newell, 2009
Regulation and Public
Interests: The Possibility of Good ...
Moreover, assuming that public interest group leaders pursue regulatory policy
goals that really advance the interests of whose whom they purport to represent,
still the mere existence of such groups does not undermine the public choice ...
Representing God at the Statehouse: Religion and Politics in ...
In some ways, religious group members are more united than other public
interest group membership in that their political beliefs are the direct result of
shared religious and moral beliefs rather than shared ideological beliefs. In other
Edward L. Cleary, Allen D. Hertzke, 2006
The Democratic Debate: American Politics in an Age of Change
In the 1960s and early 1970s, defying the collective action problem a distinct
species of organized interest, the public interest group, flowered. A public interest
group can be defined as any group seeking government action that will not ...
Bruce Miroff, Raymond Seidelman, Todd Swanstrom, 2009
American reference books annual. Vol. 38 (2007)
Public Interest Group Profiles 2006-2007 is a priceless and powerfully
informative, alphabetized 783-page directory of 225 public interest groups on 14
leading topics. Each comprehensive entry consists of contact information (
including the ...
Shannon Graff Hysell, 2007
Think Tanks, Public
Policy, and the Politics of Expertise
Nownes and Grant Neeley, “Public Interest Group Entrepreneurship and
Theories of Group Mobilization,” Political Research Quarterly 49 (1996): 119–46;
AnthonyJ. Nownes, “Public Interest Groups and the Road to Survival,” Polity 27 (
Alternative Energy: Political, Economic, and Social Feasibility
Since public interest groups provided benefits to members and nonmembers
alike, there was no strong incentive to join a public interest group— one could
simply be a free rider and receive the benefit without any financial commitment to
Christopher A. Simon, 2007
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Public interest group charges Zuma with graft
PUBLIC-interest group Accountability Now has laid charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice against President Jacob Zuma and Minister of Justice ... «BDlive, Jul 15»