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Comparison of the Czech regions in the light of the realization of the Interreg IIIA programme on their territory


  • Jan Pileček


The paper deals with the comparison of the Czech regions in the light of the realization of the Interreg programme on their territory. Th e author uses five comparative criteria (number of submitted project applications, number of realized projects, amount of coff ers in co-financing contracts, aim of realized projects and classifi cation according to the type of the subject/applicant). The survey shows that there are quite a wide range of diff erences among the Czech regions. On the basis of ?multicriteria? comparison the identifi cation of several possible causes of diff erentiation is given. As regards the view of subject (applicant) the author distinguishes external and internal reasons (concrete and abstract). To the external causes belong size of allocated coff ers and size of subsidy territory and programme contents. Availability of coff ers, quality of human capital, experience with pre-accesion programs of the EU and activity of euroregions come under internal reasons.

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  • Jan Pileček, 2008. "Comparison of the Czech regions in the light of the realization of the Interreg IIIA programme on their territory," Regionální studia, University of Economics, Prague, vol. 2008(1), pages 38-44.
  • Handle: RePEc:prg:jnlrst:v:2008:y:2008:i:1:id:53:p:38-44

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