Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Douglas Yuill, Kevin Allen, and Chris Hull.|
|Contributions||Yuill, Douglas., Allen, Kevin, 1941-, Hull, Chris.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.E8 R434 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||79020926|
Aims and methods of regional policy in the European Economic Community Aims of regional policy In defining the aims of regional policy in the Community the following considerations have been borne in mind: 1. When the Common Market was set up, the per caput product of . Regional policy is an essential means by which the European Union pursues its objective of social and economic cohesion. This major book describes the operation of the various EU structural funds, which seek to promote equality between levels of development and employment across Europe particularly by lending impetus to the most backward areas. The ‘Partners’ web-doc is an investigation game combining a full complement of multimedia tools which takes you to 6 regions of the European Union. The investigation illustrates regional policy activities which promote the development of, and the ties between, the regions and the citizens of the European Union. In the next section (III) the regional problems of the European Community will be analysed; a short description of regional policy as it had developed until recently follows in IV. In there were drastic changes, and thus a separate section (V) is devoted to the policy in force at this moment.
The policy for integrating and balancing the economic and social conditions in Europe is also known as the Cohesion Policy; whose current budget of is billion euro or around % of the overall budget of the European Union (Regional Policy, ). Abstract. European regional policy has gradually developed under the pressure of the widening and deepening process of economic integration. The EC was created with the objective to step up efficiency and stimulate economic growth by integrating the national markets of goods and production factors. Regional Policy. EU regional policy is an investment policy. It supports job creation, competitiveness, economic growth, improved quality of life and sustainable development. These investments support the delivery of the Europe strategy. More Accessing the funds Financial instruments Funding. Accessing the funds. After examining the major regional and urban features of the European economy and discussing the analytical underpinnings of the current re-design to EU Cohesion Policy, the book also aims to provide a road map of the various EU regional and urban data-sources which are available to researchers and policy-makers. This book is aimed at all Released on: Janu
EU regional policies. Initially, from to the mids, the European Community, in line with the dominant centralism of its member states, showed little interest in regional problems, with the exception of south-west France and the chronic ‘underdevelopment’ of southern Italy. This book examines what role regions play in European (dis)integration and European identity building. Filling a glaring gap in our understanding of regions, the book considers what the scope and objectives of these regions’ respective European policies and programmes are, how diverse they are and, in a time of mixed signals of European cynicism and identity, how European identity is. However, Community-level regional policy did not exist at this point in time; only indirect regulations were introduced. The Spaak report is, amongst others, the reason for this, which anticipates territorial disparities to even out through economic growth, and on the basis of which the member states of the Community prioritised the abolition of restrictions on trade and the establishment of a. Regional policy In recognition of the importance of regional policy, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (EU) devotes five articles to ‘economic, social and territorial cohesion’ (Articles - ). The policy aims to reduce the economic, social and territorial disparities between EU regions by supporting job creation.