3 edition of Interregional and cross-border cooperation in Europe found in the catalog.
by Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Regional Policies in Brussels
Written in English
|Statement||Ecotech Research and Consulting Ltd. --.|
|Series||Regional development studies -- 10, Regional development studies (Brussels, Belgium) -- 10|
|Contributions||Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Regional Policy., Ecotech Research and Consulting Ltd., Conference on Interregional Cooperation--Regions in Partnership (1992 : Brussels)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
cross-border health care in the EU, a debate that will continue even after the final adoption of a proposed directive in early Uncertainties surrounding cross-border health care will remain, and new issues are likely to emerge given the constant flow of new European Court of File Size: 2MB. This paper analyses the determinants of inter-regional innovation cooperation in European knowledge networks. Our main goal is to assess whether structural heterogeneity in the context of the “urban-rural dichotomy” and international borders can explain differences in the regions’ engagement in inter-regional innovation : Rannveig Edda Hjaltadóttir, Teemu Makkonen, Timo Mitze.
The current unprecedented crisis has put to the test all aspects of our life, including cross-border and transnational cooperation which is facing its most challenging times in decades. Over the night, Member States closed their borders across the European Union without consulting their neighbours. centres of a given cross-border region in order to allow a more harmonious and equitable territorial development for all its citizens and economic forces. These links have generally increased in the last thirty years thanks to the numerous advances in cross-border cooperation. The financial support 3 Commission of the European Communities File Size: 8MB.
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The perspectives of cross-border cooperation are of vital importance for Europe. The Treaty of Lisbon and the EU Cohesion Policy set the framework for the future. One thing is certain, for many years to come, cross-border cooperation will remain a political priority of the EU.
Interregional and cross-border cooperation in Europe: proceedings of the Conference on Interregional Cooperation--Regions in Partnership, Brussels, 14 and 15 December Author: Commission of the European Communities. : Border Twin Towns in Europe: Cross-border Cooperation at a Local Level (Thematicon) (): Jaroslaw Janczak: Books.
cross-border cooperation, Interreg has expanded to encompass three strands of cooperation: cross-border (Interreg A), transnational (Interreg B) and interregional (Interreg C). Interreg has become a key instrument in supporting and promoting cross-border cooperation across a range of fields including health, education and transport.
Interregional cooperation, known as Interreg C, works at pan-European level, covering all EU Member States, and more. It builds networks to develop good practice and facilitate the exchange and transfer of experience by successful regions.
It showcases what regions do well, to the benefit of those still investing. Additional tools. Interreg A (cross-border cooperation) supports cooperation between Interregional and cross-border cooperation in Europe book NUTS III border regions in at least two different EU Member States or between EU Member States and some countries outside the EU.
The 9, unique ERDF-funded inter-regional projects of the MFF compose of 1, purely national projects and 7, cross-border inter-regional projects. Altogether, 1, of the 1, NUTS-3 EU regions we consider participate in at least one inter-regional project, which connect these 1, regions tho bilateral region.
having a border in common (the so called “transfrontier cooperation” in the Council of Europe parlance). In the EU terminology, they are called respectively “cross-border” and “interregional” cooperation.
(8, 9) Yet its acceptance record is not particularly brilliant and I would say. transnational and interregional cooperation)and the creation of two new components, one dedicated to outermost regions, the other to interregional cooperation on r major novelty istheincorporation of cooperation with countries other than EU Member Size: KB.
Interregional cooperation will cover the entire territory of the European Union. Outermost regions may combine both cross-border and transnational cooperation actions in a single cooperation programme. Third countries may also participate in cooperation programmes. Book Description European macro-regions, Euroregions and other forms of inter-regional, cross-border cooperation have helped to shape new scenarios and new relational spaces which may generate opportunities for economic development, while redefining the political and economic meaning of national borders.
2 Territorial, regional and cross-border cooperation, through its development, has evolved from cooperation within the European Community, through the formation of Euroregions, opening up to Eastern European countries, and thus to economic development in – up to then – peripheral border regions.
Interregional and cross-border cooperation will be facilitated by the new possibility for a region to use parts of its own allocation to fund projects anywhere in Europe jointly with other regions. The new generation of interregional and cross-border cooperation programmes will help Member States overcome cross-border obstacles and develop.
Practical Guide to Cross-border Cooperation A 1 Motives for Cross-border Cooperation 3 References: Council of Europe: Regional Planning. A European Problem, report of the Consultive Assembly, Strasbourg Council of Europe: Air Pollution in Frontier Areas, Resolution (71).
Welcome to Interreg Europe. This is the policy learning programme for public authorities. Whether you are searching for information on funding opportunities, you want to find project partners and exchange on your ideas, or you want to know what interregional cooperation has brought to your region, is the place to be.
Culture and creativity meet European Territorial Cooperation If you are looking for a good summer read, we have a recommendation for you: A new e-book 'Connecting Cultures, Connected Citizens' has just been published, featuring pages full of examples of.
Divided into five parts, this book considers possible solutions to problems in China’s inter-regional cross-border insolvency cooperation. These solutions are developed on the basis of two groups of comparative studies, including comparison among the cross-border insolvency systems of the four independent jurisdictions in China and comparison Cited by: 1.
The European Court of Justice Case-Law Strengthens the EU Penal Area, Vanessa Ricci 3. Nordic and Baltic Police Co-operation, Maren Eline Kleiven 4. European Police Cooperation: The Example of the German-French Centre for Police and Customs Cooperation Kehl, Oliver Felsen 5.
Cross-border cooperation is the collaboration between adjacent areas across borders. In the European Union this is one of the forms of territorial cooperation (in addition to transnational and interregional cooperation). Keywords cross-border co-operation, cross-border region, EU, Euroregion, Interreg, interregional co-operation AEBR and European Commission () Practical Guide to Cross-border Cooperation.
Enschede: by:. (). Understanding European Cross-border Cooperation: A Framework for Analysis. Journal of European Integration: Vol.
35, No. 6, pp. Cited by: Since its inception, one of the distinguishing features of the project of European integration has been the overcoming of internal borders.
This aim has had one of the most remarkable outcomes in the history of cross-border cooperation, resulting in the creation of territorial structures known as Euroregions, with or without legal personality, and with substantial financial support from EU.Cross-border cooperation for the economy, jobs and growth Interregional Alliance for the Rhine-Alpine Corridor EGTC EGTC 7 Good Practice Booklet European territorial development ob-jectives date back to the European Spa-tial Development Perspective and were.