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In short, lobbying can induce further lobbying, and firms can become "habitual" lobbyers, who essentially supply lobbying inelastically.
Occasional lobbyers lobby in response to negative changes in firm performance and to reductions in competitiveness.
Our premise is that there may be habitual lobbyers and occasional lobbyers.
That is, habitual lobbyers have a more inelastic lobbying tendency than occasional lobbying firms.
Caption: Health sector well represented among top 10 lobbyers in 2015