Territorial support of macroeconomic processes and national priorities
Regional issues, interregional and intraregional disparities and imbalances, respectively, in the economic development of the countries of the European community (and not only) have appeared during historic evolution as a result of an uneven geographical development. Some parts of national territories have been neglected or blamed a certain delay in relation to overall development. The complexity of the regional development policy is highlighted by the need to integrate three priority objectives of the EU: economic and social cohesion, extending the principle of subsidiarity and sustainable development.
Volume (Year): XVIII (2012)
Issue (Month): (May)
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