For an Enhanced Terrttorial Dimension of the Cohesion Policy in Poland in the 2014-2020 Period
This article presents a synthesis on origin and development of the notion of territorial cohesion and its application to policy making. In particular the concept of policy teritorialisation is analyzed and discussed. Also the essence of territorial approached is examined and relevant typologies are proposed. Prospects from teritorialisation of the Cohesion Policy in the new programming period are identified and assessed in the context of spatial development of Poland. The concluding part contains the authors’ recommendations on a proper instillation of territorial cohesion issues in the reformed EU Structural Policy.
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