|Author (Person)||Egeberg, Morten|
|Series Title||ARENA Working Papers|
|Series Details||No.10, October 2011|
|Publication Date||October 2011|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Officials within parliaments have got marginal scholarly attention. This also holds for the European Parliament (EP) which contains a considerable administration. Similar to administrative personnel within executives, parliament staff deserves attention because they may take part in decision processes and thus might affect the content of decisions.
Our study, based on an online survey (N=118), shows that political group staff are primarily committed to the concerns of their respective political groups, but also to the arguments of those external actors which have similar party affiliation.
|Countries / Regions||Europe|