The role of the regional development policy in providing the economic and social cohesion
The economic and social cohesion policy aims at the reduction of the inequalities between the EU regions and at supporting these regions in order to use their economic and human potential better and to obtain a sustainable development. The enlargement of the European Union to 27 members represents an unrecorded challenge for the internal competitiveness and cohesion of the European Union. In the period 2007-2013 one shall focus in EU on the reduction of the disparities between the Member States and the regions by concentrating the resources on the less developed regions where the most part of the resources will be concentrated on the less developed regions and countries without neglecting the regions with a high development potential.
Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
Issue (Month): 36 (may)
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