In order to understand the governability of EU business associations, an essential first step is to appreciate the type of organisations they are, and the influences exerted by the environment in which they operate. In this concluding chapter, these key factors are summarised ahead of the other main influences on governability identified by the research on which this book has been based, and the contribution lent to methodology. The focus of these conclusions is to identify and assert the main findings, rather than to re-rehearse the ways in which they have been arrived at, or to aim to list once more every single causal factor explaining variation in governability. The richness of detail can be found in other chapters. One factor is, however, worth restating at this point, and that is that the focus of this book is to examine how the EU environment influences the governability of EU business associations, and to identify the principal causes of variation of governability — defined in Chapter 1 as their ability to unify their members’ interests and to secure goal compliance.
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