The Globalisation of European Interest Representation: The Case of the Consumer Electronics Industry
In recent years, the interest organisation of the European consumer electronics industry has experienced a dramatic centralisation and concentration. The main features of this development are the establishment of a mixed membership design which allows multinational enterprises to become direct members of the European association, a significant shift of competences and resources form national associations to the European organisation and the integration of Japanese and Korean firms into the European association.
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