Územní soudržnost v Evropě
[Territorial Cohesion in Europe]
Economic and social cohesion is an expression of solidarity between the Member States and regions of the European Union. The aim is balanced development throughout the EU, reducing structural disparities between regions and promoting equal opportunities for all. The new concept of territorial cohesion appeared in official EU documents recently, however it is still in search of a commonly accepted definition. The paper analyses this third dimension of cohesion and presents the contemporary view upon territorial cohesion.
|Date of creation:||Dec 2007|
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|Publication status:||Published in Disputationes Scientificae Universitatis Catholicae in Ružomberok 1.8(2008): pp. 85-95|
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