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The Resource The best-kept secret : women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States, Denise Benoit

The best-kept secret : women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States, Denise Benoit

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The best-kept secret : women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States
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The best-kept secret
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women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States
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Denise Benoit
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eng
Summary
From lobbyists such as Jack Abramoff, to corporate executives, like Enron?s Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, recent scandals dealing with politics and government have focused only on men at the top. But do these high-profile men accurately represent the gendered make up of corporate-government relations in the United States?. In this first in-depth look at the changing face of corporate lobbying, Denise Benoit shows how women who have historically worked mostly in policy areas relating to?women?s issues? such as welfare, family, and health have become increasingly influential as corporate lo
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The best-kept secret : women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States, Denise Benoit
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The best-kept secret : women, corporate lobbyists, policy, and power in the United States, Denise Benoit
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt5hj2zc
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-155) and index
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multicolored
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Contents
Introduction -- From private to public interests : women's entrance into corporate lobbying -- The problem with no name. Women's interests, corporate power, and public policy -- Warm strings and hot topics at the tax alliance retreat : doing gender and doing business -- The costs and benefits of family ties -- Women, corporate lobbying, and power
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