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A Territorial Perspective On Eu´S Leader Approach In Denmark: The Added Value Of Community-Led Local Development Of Rural And Coastal Areas In A Multi-Level Governance Settings

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  • Thuessen Annette Aagaard
  • Nielsen Niels Christian

    (Danish Centre for Rural Research, University of Southern Denmark, Niels Bohrs Vej 9, 6700 Esbjerg, Denmark)

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Denne artikel undersøger merværdien, som den områdebaserede selvstyremetode LEADER spiller ind med i flerniveaustyring af landdistrikter og kystområder. Ved brug af fokusgruppeinterview i fem danske lokale aktionsgrupper (LAG) dækkende både landdistrikts- og fiskeriudviklingsområder fra programmeringsperioden 2007- 2013, viser artiklen, at forfølgelsen af LEADER-metoden på LAG-niveau øger udviklingen i form af gearing, demokratisering og bottum-up beslutningstagning, som ingen af de andre administrative niveauer i flerniveaustyringen af LEADER ville være i stand til at levere. Men nogle af metodens syv begreber udnyttes ikke fuldt ud. Et styrket fokus på alle metodens begreber kunne give mulighed for endnu større udvikling af landdistrikterne.

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  • Thuessen Annette Aagaard & Nielsen Niels Christian, 2014. "A Territorial Perspective On Eu´S Leader Approach In Denmark: The Added Value Of Community-Led Local Development Of Rural And Coastal Areas In A Multi-Level Governance Settings," European Countryside, Sciendo, vol. 6(4), pages 307-326, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:eurcou:v:6:y:2014:i:4:p:307-326:n:3
    DOI: 10.2478/euco-2014-0017
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