Cross-border cooperation and its consequences: towards the territorial restructuring in Europe
One of the main characteristics of societies nowadays is that of experiences of cross-border cooperation. A string of events occurring in recent decades, which are associated with profound changes in today’s society, has favoured the spread and intensification of such cooperation especially active in the European Union venue. In this paper we propose to delve into the European cross-border experience and intend to extract from this some of the consequences and impact mainly related to new ways of thinking and organizing the European territory.
Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 18 ()
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