Why Regional Development matters for Europe's Economic Future Such externalities are behind the dynamism of large cities and regions.
Why Regional Development matters for Europe's Economic Future. Simona Iammarino, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose, Michael Storper London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Geography & Environment. Regional and Urban Policy. The southern EU regions in the club are those with long-standing issues related to productivity, specialisation, skills and labour force participation. The eastern European regions in exhibit noticeable differences: they have higher education levels than the southern and western L-club members, but tend to experience higher population loss. Such externalities are behind the dynamism of large cities and regions.
Start by marking Eu Innovation Policies and Regional Economic . The role of R&D in stimulating economic development is now largely accepted.
Start by marking Eu Innovation Policies and Regional Economic Development as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. However, there remains a lively debate as to its effectiveness in promoting regional economic convergence in the face of existing spatial disparities in prosperity. Centred on three regional case-studies this book contains the first assessment of who gets what through the EU s Structural Funds and Framework Programmes, the principal sources of EU funds for investments in R&D capacity, in the United Kingdom.
The economic crisis has forced policy-makers to rethink the role of economic development policies in promoting growth and jobs. Many traditional ways of stimulating economic development are considered as under-performing. National and local budgets have been tightened, while concerns about inter-place and inter-personal inequalities have been rising. In the European Union, Cohesion Policy is the main instrument for promoting economic development and structural change.
Large and persistent inequalities in regional economic performance within countries .
Large and persistent inequalities in regional economic performance within countries exist throughout the OECD. The 2019 Regional Outlook discusses the underlying causes of economic disparities across regions and highlights the need for place-based policies to address them. Regions and Innovation Policy addresses the needs of national and regional governments for greater clarity on how to strengthen the innovation capacity of regions.
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Rural Development in the Digital Age explores current theoretical and policy developments in EU rural policy during the . period. Together these books examine intelligent cities as environments of innovation an. aperback – 2018-07-25 Routledge Regions and Cities. The book offers an analysis of the contradictory and complex drivers and multiple impacts of Period . policy within the specific territorial context of it. ardback – 2019-11-12 Routledge Regions and Cities. Regional Economic Development and History. Regional Studies is inextricably intertwined with history.
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The book is about the analysis of regional economic performance and .
The book is about the analysis of regional economic performance and change, and how analysis integrates with strategies for local and regional economic development policy and planning. It is multi-layered, encompassing regional economic development policy and practice, higher education policy and practice, as well as the complex relations between and within HEIs themselves.
Regional development is the provision of aid and other assistance to regions which are less economically developed. Regional development may be domestic or international in nature. The implications and scope of regional development may therefore vary in accordance with the definition of a region, and how the region and its boundaries are perceived internally and externally. Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario.
A key policy issue for Europe is to take advantage of the benefits and potentials for economic . With this publication, ESPON offers evidence and points for policy consideration related to regions and cities in the global economy.
A key policy issue for Europe is to take advantage of the benefits and potentials for economic development of globalisation while mitigating its challenges. The EU 2020 Strategy is an important effort to ensure a future strong position of Europe in the world. In delivering this contribution both private and public investment in cities and regions will be decisive factors.
The role of R&D in stimulating economic development is now largely accepted. However, there remains a lively debate as to its effectiveness in promoting regional economic convergence in the face of existing spatial disparities in prosperity. EU programmes provide significant resources for stimulating R&D capacity at a regional level, with an increasing focus on the role of these instruments in stimulating economic cohesion between EU regions. This is strongly influenced by a suggestion that through such investments regions may be able to ‘construct’ a competitive advantage in the knowledge economy.
Yet, there is strongly contested, and polarised, debate between those that support R&D investment for reasons of EU-wide competitiveness and those that take a perspective focused on objectives of regional economic convergence. Centred on three regional case-studies this book contains the first assessment of who gets what through the EU’s Structural Funds and Framework Programmes, the principal sources of EU funds for investments in R&D capacity, in the United Kingdom.