Lobbyism in the automotive industry - Punching above its weight

David Sørensen

Studenteropgave: Kandidatprojekt


The increased legislative powers of the EU have made it imperative to ensure the democratic integrity of the EU system. This is especially the case of IO’s access to the system, which, if not regulated properly, can result in increase of a democratic deficit rather than a decrease, which is also possible, if the organizations interact with the EU institutions in a regulated and transparent way. This thesis examines the automotive industry’s lobbying effort towards the EU institutions in regards to the EU-Japan FTA and whether or not the automotive industry’s influence over the negotiations is proportionate.

UddannelserForvaltning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat
Udgivelsesdato1 feb. 2016
VejledereGrønborg Knudsen Sine


  • EU
  • automotive industry
  • Lobbyisme
  • Democratic deficit