Business Associations and Public Policy

  • Wyn Grant
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Abstract

Business interest associations should not only be viewed as ‘lobbies’, or as providers of services to their members, important though these functions are. Business associations are also capable of contributing to the implementation of public policy. ‘Public policy’ is seen as covering a task or activity designed to achieve certain objectives which government regards as its duty to discharge, or to arrange for its discharge by others within a framework laid down by government.

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© Wynford P. Grant 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  • Wyn Grant
    • 1
  1. 1.Leamington SpaUK

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