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Special Issue European Urban and Regional Studies Year : 2014

Multilevel Governance and Partnership for Effective Regional Development Policies: Lessons from EU Cohesion Policy

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The 1988 reform of the structural funds (SF) set the foundations for European Union (EU) cohesion policy (CP), arguably one of the most innovative and large-scale, if controversial and often criticised, policies addressing uneven economic development and territorial disparities. The reform reflected the shift towards new regionalism (Amin and Thrift, 1995; Cooke and Morgan, 1998; Storper, 1995, 1997), an approach considering the regional scale as key for economic development underpinned by robust regional networks and site-specific ‘relational assets’ such as trust and social capital...
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hal-03399320 , version 1 (24-10-2021)

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François Bafoil, John Bachtler, Marcin Dabrowski. Multilevel Governance and Partnership for Effective Regional Development Policies: Lessons from EU Cohesion Policy. François Bafoil; John Bachtler; Marcin Dabrowski. European Urban and Regional Studies, pp.89, 2014. ⟨hal-03399320⟩
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