Going Dutch: does the internet split the difference between public affairs and government relations?

June 7, 2011 at 7:16 pm Leave a comment

Koen Droste over at FH Amsterdam recently appeared in the Financieel Dagblad on the subject of the effect of the internet on lobbying. You can check out his take on what the internet means for the practice of public affairs and government relations here.

James

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