Besides the interests of actors, the distribution pattern of power resources constitutes another key factor in characterising the competition policy network. From this dimension, the failure of business leaders in the 1970s to have their position reflected in the final policy output, as described in Chapter 2, may be explained by their lack of sufficient power resources, at least to some extent. However, it is not clear whether this explanation is supportable. The aim of this chapter is to examine the relational structure within and between the core actors in order to assess such an interpretation.