Dr Klemens Joos is the author and publisher of various publications on topics relevant to the EU. The starting point is his dissertation "Representing the Interests of German Companies vis-à-vis the Institutions of the European Union", which was published as early as February 1998. With this thesis studying the representation of companies’ interests at the European Union level based on business administration determinants, in 1997, Klemens Joos obtained his doctorate at the Faculty of Business Administration of Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich (Germany). Using an organisational science approach, he developed a fundamental overall model for structuring effective and efficient lobbying at EU institutions. This model forms the scientific foundation basis of EUTOP’s business model and is now more valid than ever. Furthermore, Dr Klemens Joos is, since 2013, Visting Lecturer at the Faculty of Business Administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich for the field of "Convincing Political Stakeholders".
Decisions without Decision-Makers?
Process Competence is the Decisive Factor for Success in order to reduce Complexity in the Representation of Interests at the Institutions of the European Union
in: Silke Bartsch / Christian Blümelhuber (eds.):
Always Ahead im Marketing: Offensiv, digital, strategisch (transl. Always Ahead in Marketing: Offensive, Digital, Strategic)
Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden 2015
Paradigm Shift in the Representation of Interests after the Treaty of Lisbon
in: Doris Dialer / Margarethe Richter (eds.):
Lobbying in der Europäischen Union. Zwischen Professionalisierung und Regulierung (transl. Lobbying in the European Union. Between Professionalization and Regulation)
Springer VS, Wiesbaden 2014