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Nuevas orientaciones estratégicas de la Política de Cohesión de la Unión Europea. Una revisión de posibles acciones adaptadas al nuevo enfoque

  • Fernando Rubiera Morollón

RESUMEN La ampliación europea ha supuesto un giro importante en las políticas comunitarias. Una de las más afectadas ha sido la Política de Cohesión que debe hacer frente a una Europa con mayores desigualdades territoriales en un contexto presupuestario muy limitado. La nueva Política de Cohesión iniciada en 2007 debe lograr mayor eficiencia poniendo en marcha nuevas iniciativas centradas en las líneas estratégicas que la UE ha establecido desde el Consejo de Lisboa. Este trabajo realiza una revisión de los cambios experimentados así como sus motivaciones al tiempo que se presentan ejemplos de algunas de las iniciativas concretas acordes con el nuevo enfoque estratégico. ABSTRACT The European enlargement causes a deep change in many European policies. One of the most affected was the Cohesion Policy which has to face to greater territorial inequalities in a financial limited framework. The new European Cohesion Policy, which will start in 2007, must reach more efficiency based on new initiatives centred in the strategic lines of the EU (Lisbon Council). This work makes a review of the final changes and their motivations offering examples of new policies adapted to the new context.

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Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

Volume (Year): 01 (2008)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 77-109

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