2 edition of Cooperation for European territorial development. found in the catalog.
Cooperation for European territorial development.
by Office for Official Publications of European Communities in Luxembourg
Written in English
|Other titles||Europe 2000+, Europe two thousand plus.|
|Contributions||Commission of the European Communities.|
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|Pagination||245 p. :|
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European territorial cooperation. This objective aims to reduce the importance of borders within Europe – both between and within countries – by improving regional cooperation. It allows for three different types of cooperation: cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation. overall harmonious development of the Union”. The goal is to harness the potential of cross-border cooperation to contribute to the balanced and sustainable development of the cooperation area, and more widely, to the economic, social and territorial cohesion of the European Union.
His research interests are focused on territorial cooperation, territorial cohesion, territorial development, and territorial impact assessment. He is a Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) (European Commission) and an URBACT expert and a Horizon evaluator. : European Spatial Planning and Territorial Cooperation (): Duhr, Stefanie, Colomb, Claire, Nadin, Vincent: Books.
As all teachers of European spatial planning know, providing a balanced and comprehensive list of literature to students is a challenge. This was also the experience of the authors of “European Spatial Planning and Territorial Cooperation”, who all have been involved in research, practice and higher education in the field of European spatial planning for many years. Thus, we analyse 90 research project proposals funded by the European Territorial Cooperation Program GreeceBulgaria , (Interreg IV). Interreg IV is an - EU initiative which aims to stimulate interregional cooperation in the EU between the years It is financed under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). This phase.
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European integration strengthens interconnections, development and decision-making across national and regional borders. EU policies in areas such as environment, transport, agriculture or regional policy have far-reaching effects on spatial development patterns and planning procedures.
and European territorial cooperation. Vincent Nadin is Cited by: There is a strong international dimension to spatial planning as European integration strengthens interconnections, development and decision-making across national and regional borders.
EU policies in areas such as environment, transport, agriculture and regional policy have far-reaching effects on spatial development patterns and planning procedures. Planners in the EU are now routinely. It explores: spatial development trends and their influence on planning the nature, institutions and actors of the European Union from a planning perspective the history of spatial planning at the transnational scale the planning tools, perspectives, visions and programmes supporting European cooperation on spatial planning the territorial.
There is a strong international dimension to spatial planning. European integration strengthens interconnections, development and decision-making across national and regional borders. EU policies in areas such as environment, transport, agriculture or regional policy have far-reaching effects on spa.
Interreg: European Territorial Co-operation European Territorial Cooperation (ETC), better known as Interreg, is one of the two goals of cohesion policy and provides a framework for the implementation of joint actions and policy exchanges between Cooperation for European territorial development.
book, regional and. This book fills an existing academic literature gap by providing a sound and synthetic analysis on the process of European Territorial Cooperation over the last 30 years. This follows from the support from the former EU INTERREG Community Initiative, sincelater transformed into the second main goal of EU Cohesion Policy, by The Green Book for Territorial Cohesion, promoted by the European Commission indebates the problems of development and territorial cohesion in the following way: “Territorial cohesion is about ensuring the harmonious development of all the territories that make up the various EU countries, and that their citizens are able to make the.
Despite the non-territorialised strategic goals of the EU Strategy, the long-term aim of EU Cohesion Policy to promote harmonious development of the European territory – social, economic, and ‘territorial cohesion’ – remains a central goal of achieving a more cohesive EU territory.
This book examines the ‘territorial dimension’ of EU Cohesion Policy, specifically assessing. The current European Territorial Cooperation programmes run from The new programmes, which will run fromare now starting to be designed.
The Scottish Government is therefore keen to inform our own thinking on the design of the future programmes, so that we can work together with partner countries in the programmes to.
European Territorial Cooperation Regulation /, Art. 2, litra (3d) calls for reinforcing the effectiveness of cohesion policy by promoting: “analyses of development trends in relation to the aims of territorial cohesion, including territorial aspects of economic and social cohesion, and harmonious development of the European territory.
European territorial cooperation structures in detail European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTCs) cover a wide area of activities, including the operation of cross-border facilities, such as hospitals and transport networks, management of cross-border development projects, and sharing of best practices, and there are currently.
Uncovering the Territorial Dimension of European Union Cohesion Policy book. Cohesion, Development, Impact Assessment and Cooperation Uncovering the Territorial Dimension of European Union Cohesion Policy book.
Cohesion, Development, Impact Assessment and Cooperation. Edited By Eduardo Medeiros. Edition 1st Edition. First Published European Territorial Cooperation, and the EU INTERREG Initiative in particular, is one of the five main means of application identified by the European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP).
European Territorial Cooperation programmes consultation Published Responses. Only answers from respondents who gave permission are published.
However, all responses are included in the analysis of this consultation. Search Responses Search Responses. The establishment and development of transnational cooperation is part of the European Territorial Cooperation objective of EU Regional Policy.
In the new framework of Cohesion Policy, the "European Territorial Cooperation" Objective has become an objective of its own, on an equal footing with the "Convergence" and "Regional Competitiveness and.
European planning should, therefore, produce parallel and overlapping schemes for various territorial and functional spaces.
Professors Andreas Faludi and Andrés Rodríguez-Pose are the keynote speakers of the ESPON seminar “ New Narratives for Territorial Development ” that is organized in cooperation with the Austrian Presidency of the.
Book: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "CXEN-C"--Page 4 of cover. Description: pages: color illustrations, maps ; 30 cm. Series Title: EC regional policies. Other Titles: Europe two thousand plus Cooperation for European territorial development.
European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation European Urban Knowledge European territorial development ob-jectives date back to the European Spa-tial Development Perspective and were further detailed in the Territorial Agenda (TA ).
TA highlights that. Then, the main principles of cooperation (partnership, subsidiarity, lead partner) are reviewed, as well as the typologies developed by AEBR, particularly in the nineties during the “explosion” of CBC across the whole continent and after Interreg III, probably the best period of European Territorial Cooperation.
European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) has been a part of cohesion policy since For the programming periodfor the first time in the history of European cohesion policy, a specific regulation has been adopted covering European Territorial Cooperation actions supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
In book: European Territorial Cooperation (pp) article investigates whether these strategies can be regarded as a type of cross-border planning mechanism in promoting territorial.italy - croatia cross-border cooperation programme - draft 8/90 section gy for the cooperation programme's contribution to the union strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and the achievement of economic, social and territorial cohesion strategy for the cooperation programme's contribution to the union.Amongst these Initiatives were the INTERREG, launched inwith the goal of preparing European border areas for a Community without internal borders.
Inthis Initiative was formally named European Territorial Cooperation and became one of the major goals of EU Cohesion Policy.