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The analysis of Community Initiative Interreg IIIA projects within Czech and Slovak cross-border cooperation


  • Petr Kolařík
  • Jana Tomešová


This article deals with cross-border cooperation, namely the Community Initiative INTERREG IIIA and its implementation on the Czech-Slovak border. This paper aims to analyze projects submitted under the Czech-Slovak border cooperation in the programming period 2004-2006 for czech projects. The hypothesis says that in most of the investigated characteristics Zlín Region will be dominating due to the fact that. this region could draw money only from Interreg IIIA Slovak Republic ? Czech Republic. While applicants from the South Moravian Region could draw money from the INTERREG IIIA Austria ? Czech Republic, applicants from the Moravian-Silesian Region from the Interreg IIIA Czech Republic ? Poland. Following methods will be used: analytical and synthetic process, methods and mathematical induction.

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  • Petr Kolařík & Jana Tomešová, 2011. "The analysis of Community Initiative Interreg IIIA projects within Czech and Slovak cross-border cooperation," Regionální studia, University of Economics, Prague, vol. 2011(2), pages 41-57.
  • Handle: RePEc:prg:jnlrst:v:2011:y:2011:i:2:id:35:p:41-57

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