Romanian readers may find useful the following resource on the subject of lobbying:
Debates on lobby regulation uncover a significant issue of the Romanian public law system as identifying its characteristics at international and Romanian level are an essential step in building the arguments of future regulations.
In this article, I aimed to perform a comparative analysis of lobby regulation characteristics in the European parliamentary systems (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and United Kingdom), the European Union and the United Stated of America against previous Romanian regulation endeavours. Also, the article underlines the necessity of lobby regulation to comply with national fundamental rights.
You may find bellow a PDF copy of the article (Romanian version with English abstract):
“Analysis of lobby regulation in Romania, the European Union and the United States of America,” The Public Law Journal No. 1(35), Institute of Administrative Sciences, Bucharest, January-March 2009, 98-107