La coesione territoriale nella UE a 27: una rassegna multidisciplinare
AbstractIn the Treaty of Lisbon it is established that the European Union pursues the goal of the economic, social and territorial cohesion. In this way a new concept has been introduced both in the political-institutional and scientific debate - exactly the one of the territorial cohesion - on which effective meaning and its implications on the operative plan, until now does not seems to be achieved a complete concordance of opinions both among the policy makers and the studious at international level. In the present volume we prepared - mainly following a multi-disciplinary approach - a review of both of the official documentation and of the scientific literature published in the last decade, in the effort not only to provide a tendentially exhaustive framework of this complex subject, but also to define an efficient and effective operative prospect, in order to facilitate a concrete implementation of the territorial cohesion within the Member States, in particular in the regional and local context.
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Date of creation: 01 Sep 2010
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Territorial Cohesion; Multi-disciplinary Review;
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