Pathways on the Evolution of European Union Economical Regional Policy Nowadays for Future Accomplishments
AbstractAlthough regional policy is implemented in the EU Member States, the need of a common regional policy arising from the need for greater resources for implementing effective regional policies, resources have not all EU member states the financial argument is a fairly correct. Greece, for example, had to spend in the period '80 - '90, a much larger part of its GDP on state aid than the EU together
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European Union; allocation; regional policy; resources;
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