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Den odemokratiska lobbyingen? - En utvärderande idealtypsanalys om regleringen av lobbying och karantäntid

Röjd, Lovisa LU (2016) STVK02 20161
Department of Political Science
Abstract
Sweden has no legislated regulation for lobbying, but there is a huge on going discussion about the benefits and disadvantages with lobbying related to democratic values. This essay is studying parliamentary bills from 2000-2015, which has been raised in the question and the essay is embracing a democratic view where Robert Dahl’s theory about democracy is used as a foundation to the ideal types openness and political equality. The parliamentary bills are suggesting regulations as a registration of lobbyists, a code of conduct, an education and a quarantine-time.
The aim with the essay is to investigate what a regulation of lobbying and the insertion of quarantine have for impact on openness and political equality. The result is that the... (More)
Sweden has no legislated regulation for lobbying, but there is a huge on going discussion about the benefits and disadvantages with lobbying related to democratic values. This essay is studying parliamentary bills from 2000-2015, which has been raised in the question and the essay is embracing a democratic view where Robert Dahl’s theory about democracy is used as a foundation to the ideal types openness and political equality. The parliamentary bills are suggesting regulations as a registration of lobbyists, a code of conduct, an education and a quarantine-time.
The aim with the essay is to investigate what a regulation of lobbying and the insertion of quarantine have for impact on openness and political equality. The result is that the parliamentary bills are taking openness in consideration a lot more than the political equality. Most suggestions are based on that lobbying have to be more open but the problem with inequality is not handled in the same extent. A several suggestions are even decreasing the political equality. Since the parliamentary bills do not handle the democratic ideal types to the extent that is necessary, it can lead to a democratic deficit in the debate of regulation. (Less)
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Röjd, Lovisa LU
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STVK02 20161
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Swedish
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8873419
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2016-06-17 11:47:09
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  abstract     = {Sweden has no legislated regulation for lobbying, but there is a huge on going discussion about the benefits and disadvantages with lobbying related to democratic values. This essay is studying parliamentary bills from 2000-2015, which has been raised in the question and the essay is embracing a democratic view where Robert Dahl’s theory about democracy is used as a foundation to the ideal types openness and political equality. The parliamentary bills are suggesting regulations as a registration of lobbyists, a code of conduct, an education and a quarantine-time.
The aim with the essay is to investigate what a regulation of lobbying and the insertion of quarantine have for impact on openness and political equality. The result is that the parliamentary bills are taking openness in consideration a lot more than the political equality. Most suggestions are based on that lobbying have to be more open but the problem with inequality is not handled in the same extent. A several suggestions are even decreasing the political equality. Since the parliamentary bills do not handle the democratic ideal types to the extent that is necessary, it can lead to a democratic deficit in the debate of regulation.},
  author       = {Röjd, Lovisa},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Den odemokratiska lobbyingen? - En utvärderande idealtypsanalys om regleringen av lobbying och karantäntid},
  year         = {2016},
}