Antecedents of Corporate Lobbying Participation and Intensity: A Review of the Literature
FARID SADRICH AND MADAN ANNAVARJULIA
PAQ, Vol. 26 No. 4, (2003)
Lobbying constitutes a major element in the political strategy of firms for securing favorable outcomes and is perceived as a source of firm\\\'s competitive advantage. Recognizing firm\\\'s ability to influence their external environment through reactive and proactive political behavior, this article reviews the literature in economic and political science and analyzes the supply and demand dimensions for political intervention.
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