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The 'added value' of European Union Cohesion policy

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  • Andrea Mairate
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    Mairate A. (2006) The 'added value' of European Union Cohesion policy, Regional Studies 40, 167-177. As part of the wider debate on financing the European Union, the notion of Community 'added value' is being used to justify expenditure on Cohesion policy. Broadly, this is defined as the increased value resulting from Community action, and the extent to which intervention adds 'value' to the interventions of other administrations, organizations and institutions. The paper provides an assessment of the added value brought about by European Union regional policy on the basis of the past experience across Member States and regions. It discusses different aspects of added value with respect to impacts, economic integration, policy-making and programming, institutional developments, implementation, learning, and political awareness. It concludes by commenting on the proposed reform of the Structural Funds. Added value Impact Integration Programming Reform Mairate A. (2006) The 'added value' of European Union Cohesion policy, Regional Studies 40, 167-177. As part of the wider debate on financing the European Union, the notion of Community 'added value' is being used to justify expenditure on Cohesion policy. Broadly, this is defined as the increased value resulting from Community action, and the extent to which intervention adds 'value' to the interventions of other administrations, organizations and institutions. The paper provides an assessment of the added value brought about by European Union regional policy on the basis of the past experience across Member States and regions. It discusses different aspects of added value with respect to impacts, economic integration, policy-making and programming, institutional developments, implementation, learning, and political awareness. It concludes by commenting on the proposed reform of the Structural Funds. Valeur ajoutee Impact Integration Programmation Reforme Mairate A. (2006) The 'added value' of European Union Cohesion policy, Regional Studies 40, 167-177. As part of the wider debate on financing the European Union, the notion of Community 'added value' is being used to justify expenditure on Cohesion policy. Broadly, this is defined as the increased value resulting from Community action, and the extent to which intervention adds 'value' to the interventions of other administrations, organizations and institutions. The paper provides an assessment of the added value brought about by European Union regional policy on the basis of the past experience across Member States and regions. It discusses different aspects of added value with respect to impacts, economic integration, policy-making and programming, institutional developments, implementation, learning, and political awareness. It concludes by commenting on the proposed reform of the Structural Funds. Mehrwert Auswirkung Integration Programmierung Reform Mairate A. (2006) The 'added value' of European Union Cohesion policy, Regional Studies 40, 167-177. As part of the wider debate on financing the European Union, the notion of Community 'added value' is being used to justify expenditure on Cohesion policy. Broadly, this is defined as the increased value resulting from Community action, and the extent to which intervention adds 'value' to the interventions of other administrations, organizations and institutions. The paper provides an assessment of the added value brought about by European Union regional policy on the basis of the past experience across Member States and regions. It discusses different aspects of added value with respect to impacts, economic integration, policy-making and programming, institutional developments, implementation, learning, and political awareness. It concludes by commenting on the proposed reform of the Structural Funds. Valor anadido Impacto Integracion Programacion Reforma

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    Article provided by Taylor & Francis Journals in its journal Regional Studies.

    Volume (Year): 40 (2006)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 167-177

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    1. Riccardo Crescenzi & Fabrizio De Filippis and Fabio Pierangeli, 2011. "In tandem for cohesion? Synergies and conflicts between regional and agricultural policies of the European Union," Europe in Question Discussion Paper Series of the London School of Economics (LEQs) 0, London School of Economics / European Institute.
    2. Marcin Dabrowski, 2011. "Partnership in implementation of the Structural Funds in Poland: 'shallow' adjustment or internalization of the European mode of cooperative governance?," Working Papers of the Vienna Institute for European integration research (EIF) 5, Institute for European integration research (EIF).

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