The European Union’S Regional And Cohesion Policy In 2007-2013
AbstractRegional policy puts into practice the solidarity between the people and the countries of Europe and sustains the achievement of one of the fundamental objectives: the strengthening of the EU’s economic and social cohesion by reducing developmental; disparities between its regions. For the period 2007-2013, the Commission proposes to concentrate its priorities in three areas, with a global budget of approx. 336 billion euros: Convergence will stimulate growth and employment in the less developed regions; Competitiveness will anticipate changes in the rest of the EU and will include a regional component; for which a member state will select beneficiary zones and a national component based on the European Employment Strategy; Cooperation will draw on the experiences acquired by INTERREG to encourage harmonious development through the EU territory.
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Volume (Year): 2 (2005)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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convergence; regional competitiveness; European territorial cooperation; cohesion;
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