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Groupes d’intérêt et financement de la vie politique en France : une évaluation des effets de l'interdiction des dons de personnes morales

Abstract : This paper aims to highlight the impact of the ban on political donations from private organisations on pressure groups’ strategies in France. First, we present the framework of the political contribution market before 1995. Analysing the budget of the 1993 legislative election candidates and the accounts of political parties in 1994, we show that the “exchange model” of donation is more relevant than the “support model.” In other words, givers seek to influence more public decision than election results. Using this result, we analyse the impact of the ban on the framework of the contribution’s market. More especially, we show the decrease in the set of opportunities to influence the public decision process. The impact on how the French democracy is working is also considered.
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Nicolas Sauger. Groupes d’intérêt et financement de la vie politique en France : une évaluation des effets de l'interdiction des dons de personnes morales. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2006, 56 (2), pp.227 - 254. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.562.0227⟩. ⟨hal-03203483⟩

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