Dinamiche di sviluppo nel centro e nella periferia d'Europa: il ruolo delle politiche strutturali
AbstractIn spite of the huge amount of public aids to poor regions, relative movements in the distribution of income, labor productivity and employment rates across European regions show no positive relation with the distribution of the Structural Funds. Remarkable exceptions, however, do exist. This work investigates the core/periphery pattern in the European Union and carries out a comparative analysis of the development gaps of different groups of regions defined according to the regime of aid obtained by the European Union (objective 1, objective 2, cohesion funds, etc.). Finally, some policy prescriptions are proposed to reduce regional disequilibria in Europe.
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Volume (Year): 93 (2003)
Issue (Month): 4 (July-August)
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