EU Transparency Register+Employees engaged in lobbying
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Employees engaged in lobbying

Number of persons involved in activities covered by the EU transparency register  
Company
Industry
Project
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Year
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Filtered answers
872 Known
+ 0 Unknown
= 872 Total results
Companies Values
290
people 2016
66
people 2016
60
people 2016
35
people 2016
30
people 2016
29
people 2014
25
people 2016
21
people 2016
20
people 2016
20
people 2014
20
people 2016
17
people 2016
16
people 2016
16
people 2016
16
people 2014
16
people 2014
15
people 2013
15
people 2014
15
people 2016
15
people 2014

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About

Citizens can, and indeed should, expect the EU decision-making process to be as transparent and open as possible. The more open the process is, the easier it is to ensure balanced representation and avoid undue pressure and illegitimate or privileged access to information or to decision-makers. Transparency is also a key part of encouraging European citizens to participate more actively in the democratic life of the EU.

The transparency register has been set up to answer core questions such as what interests are being pursued, by whom and with what budgets. The system is operated jointly by the European Parliament and the European Commission.

 

This metric asks companies to declare the number of persons involved in activities (like lobbying) covered by the EU transparency register.