Alessandro Zagarella

Lobbying and trading in influence in Latin America: legal experimentation as magic realism

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Lobbying and trading in influence in Latin America – Latin America is a peculiar scenario to analyze how the legal framework of the main countries of the region tried to implement international recommendations on lobbying and trading in influence regulation. The Article examines from a comparative law perspective how Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Mexico managed the regulation of the processes of influence on public decision makers made up my lobbies. As happens in other context, some experimentation can be observed, made possible by the bent of these democracies in implemented participation tools to open governments.


  • lobbying
  • pressure groups
  • trading in influence
  • Latin America


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