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Wohlstandsgefälle in der EU-27 und Konsequenzen für die EU-Strukturpolitik


  • Christian Weise


Das große Einkommensgefälle zwischen den heutigen EU-Mitgliedern und den Beitrittskandidaten wird aus ökonomischer Sicht das zentrale Charakteristikum einer um Ostmitteleuropa, Zypern und Malta erweiterten Europäischen Union (EU) sein. In den Differenzen beim Bruttoinlandsprodukt pro Kopf spiegeln sich Unterschiede in Wirtschaftsstruktur und Entwicklungsstand der europäischen Volkswirtschaften. Das DIW Berlin hat in Kooperation mit dem European Policies Research Centre der University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, im Auftrag der Europäischen Kommission die regionalen Entwicklungsunterschiede in der EU und den Beitrittskandidatenländern untersucht und die Wettbewerbsbedingungen in einer erweiterten Union analysiert. Der vorliegende Bericht fasst die Ergebnisse dieser empirischen Studie zusammen und diskutiert Konsequenzen für die regionale Strukturpolitik der EU.

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  • Christian Weise, 2001. "Wohlstandsgefälle in der EU-27 und Konsequenzen für die EU-Strukturpolitik," DIW Wochenbericht, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research, vol. 68(36), pages 562-566.
  • Handle: RePEc:diw:diwwob:68-360-20

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    1. Lammers, Konrad, 2002. "Die Osterweiterung aus raumwirtschaftlicher Perspektive : Prognosen regionalökonomischer Erfahrungen aus der bisherigen Integration in Europa," HWWA Discussion Papers 195, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA).

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