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  • Integration and disintegration: a political geography of the European Union
  • Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; France ; Political geography ; Region ; Sovereignty ; Spain ; State ; United Kingdom
  • Description of moves toward integration in the European Union and discusses the implications of those trends for the future of the sovereign state. Spain, France and the United Kingdom are used as examples. - (DWG)
  • Identifying European economic integration and globalization : a review of concepts and measures
  • Economic geography ; Economic integration ; Economic policy ; Europe ; European Union ; Globalization ; Gross domestic product ; International trade ; Trade agreement ; Transaction cost
  • Processes of regional economic integration such as the European integration process have been shaping the economic relations between countries significantly during the last decades. At the same time an increasing integration of all national
  • economies into the global economy has affected these economic relations, too. In an effort to contribute to operationalizing these integration processes for the purpose of empirical analyses, this paper reviews the concepts and actual measures of European
  • integration and globalization. In particular, it discusses ways of separating the effects of European integration from those of globalization, thereby also reducing problems of endogeneity and collinearity.
  • Cultural studies ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Identity ; Political geography
  • The A. outlines the successes achieved in half a century of European integration and highlights some existing models of a “multispeed” European Union. Finally, he emphasises the cultural and identity challenges the Union must continue to face
  • in order to achieve not only a unique but also a common and recognized European dimension. - (NF)
  • African regional integration and European involvement : external agents in the East African Community
  • Africa ; Development ; Eastern Africa ; Geopolitics ; Policy ; Regional integration ; Resource management ; Sovereignty
  • This paper examines the European Union model of integration and compares it with that of the East African Community. The European promotion of regional integration is part of the notion of a geopolitical mission based on the objective of aligning
  • internal and external policy agendas. African elites though frequently view integration as a way mobilising resources and asserting state sovereignty. - (AJC)
  • Regional patterns of industry location in transition countries : does economic integration with the European Union matter ?
  • Bulgaria ; Correlation ; Economic integration ; Estonia ; European integration ; Hungary ; Industrial location ; Romania
  • European integration and the spatial dynamics of manufacturing-employment change
  • Competitiveness ; Employment ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Industrial branch ; Industry ; Job creation ; Location ; Shift-share analysis ; Spatial dynamics ; Specialization
  • This dynamics is examined in thirteen European Union countries between 1978 and 1996, mainly through the utilisation of shift-share techniques. The key finding is that the geography of manufacturing employment has remained almost intact
  • . The evidence suggests that, contrary to some political rhetoric, the integration process has not, so far at least, adversely affected the relative competitiveness of manufacturing either in peripheral or in core countries.
  • Advanced services and european integration. The potential of regions in East central and eastern European countries
  • European Metropolitan Areas
  • Bulgaria ; Central-East Europe ; Czech Republic ; Europe ; European integration ; Hungary ; Poland ; Romania ; Service ; Slovak Republic ; Socio-economic system
  • European integration and regionalisation in transition Romania
  • South eastern European countries on their way to Europe : geographical aspects
  • Administrative reform ; European integration ; Regionalization ; Romania
  • of regions was determined by external factors linked to the process for EU integration for Romania, which requires the establishment of a regional policy and development system. Therfore, in 1998 a regional level was created by the grouping of counties
  • Integration and mobility of Eastern European migrants in Scotland
  • Adaptation ; Eastern Europe ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Local labour market ; Mobility ; Scotland ; Social geography ; Societal relations ; Sociological integration ; United Kingdom
  • This paper explores theoretical and practical issues related to employment migration and integration of Eastern European migrants in Aberdeenshire ,Scotland. By drawing on theorizations of mobility and integration from economics and geography, we
  • propose a broader conceptualization of integration that recognizes the changing migration trajectories of Eastern European migrants. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach to the collection and analysis of data gathered from individual interviews
  • and survey data in order to investigate the relationships between the movement of migrants, integration and employment.
  • The geopolitics of Turkey's accession to the European Union
  • Central Asia ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitics ; Iran ; Muslim World ; Policy ; Turkey
  • The regional economic effects of European integration
  • Transportation as a factor of trans-border connection and integration of South Eastern Europe and the rest of Europe
  • South eastern European countries on their way to Europe : geographical aspects
  • Eastern Europe ; Europe ; European integration ; International trade ; Trans-border area ; Transport
  • The process of integration into the European Community through the formation of cross-border regions and transport corridors makes the state border gradually defunct, decreasing their barrier role. Still the benefits of opening the borders
  • with the stress on its integration function cannot be achieved without synchronized transport development. For SEE countries, the top priority project would be the formation of the pan-European transport corridors. Six of ten corridors pass through the territory
  • of South Eastern Europe. The formation of this network has a sits ultimate goal functional interregional integration with simplified and accelerated transport lines. - (IfL)
  • Europe ; European integration ; Region ; Regional policy ; Regionalization
  • of the question as to whether the movement of a Europe of Regions is constructive or counterproductive for the European process of integration and enlargement, we see that the movement and the model corresponding to it tend to be counterproductive or at best
  • legitimate or indifferent. In contrast, the European Regional Development Plan is an excellent approximation for the idea of European integration and the movement of a Europe of Regions. - (IFL)
  • Cultural patrimony ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Institution ; Political geography ; Political integration
  • On May 1st of 2004, ten new countries will enter in the European Union. Their candidacy to be admitted into the Union was a long and complex process, which took years. The A. explains various aspects of this institutional enlargement, analyzing
  • Economic integration ; Economy ; European integration ; Political geography ; Romania
  • Romania should join the European Union on January 1st, 2007. For several reasons this date appears to be premature. Perplexities exposed in this work, even if concerning Romania, could be applied to other European Union member states. - (NF)
  • Development ; Economic development ; Europe ; European integration ; Planning ; Regional development ; Territorial planning
  • European integration and cohesion is increasingly and concretely considered as the integration of the European territory, as the merging of European areas, cities and regions. Not only the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe of 2004, which
  • , which has been going on since the beginning of the 90s, have put the territory and European spatial development on the agenda. The Territorial Agenda of the EU adopted by the European ministers in Leipzig now continues this process and marks
  • the beginning of a new idea of European spatial development policy. - (IfL)
  • Economic policy ; European integration ; Germany ; Regional policy
  • The joint task Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure has been fundamentally transformed since the beginning of the 1980's against the background of its integration into the regional policy of the European Community. In addition
  • to a successive narrowing of the range of political options, the emrgence of a regional policy structure parallel to the joint task with the participation of the European level is notable. The reform of European Community regional policy is the context
  • of the eastward enlargement of the European Union will still reinforce the repercussion on regional policy in the Federal Republic of Germany. - (IFL)
  • Report on Ukrainian Regional Policy. The main trends of regional policy formation in conditions of realization Ukrainian Euro-integration strategy
  • Decentralization ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitical strategy ; Partnership ; Regional development ; Regional policy ; Ukraine
  • wide variety of form and methods for the organizational and economic stimulation of region development. The author aim is presented the Ukrainian policy and strategy to integration into EU. - (BJ)
  • Changes of Polish agriculture in 1990s and the integration with European Union
  • Agrarian structure ; Agriculture ; European integration ; Farm size ; Poland ; Years 1990-99
  • Political geographical issues of Hungary's accession to the European Union
  • European integration ; Hungary ; International relations ; Political geography ; Years 1990-99
  • with the heart of Europe. Author summarizes and evaluates the cornerstones of the accession of Hungary to Euro Atlantic organisations like the NATO and the European Union. - (JS)
  • Trouble in the East : the new entrants and challenges to the European ideal
  • Baltic Republics ; Citizenship ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Human rights ; National identity ; Poland ; Policy
  • The may 2004 enlargement of the European Union : view from two years out
  • Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Labour migration ; Policy ; Regional disparities ; Unemployment
  • The Reluctant Europeans: the attitudes of the Nordic countries towards European integration
  • Some effects of regional differentiation on integration in the European Community in Twenty-Ninth European Congress. Cambridge, 1989.
  • Kapitalistische okonomische Integration und Territorialstrukturen der internationalen Wirtschaftsorganisation Intégration économique capitaliste et structures territoriales de l'organisation économique internationale
  • By the example of the European Common Market the effects of internationalization of production by economic integration and on the territorial structure of the reproduction process is explained. Both, private and state-monopolistic forms
  • of integration have an influence on the territorial structure. This is explained and proved by means of some examples. In connection with processes of integration rises an influence on the territorial structure of economic and residential areas
  • Main problems of agriculture and rural areas in Poland in the period of transformation and integration with European Union
  • Alternatives for European rural areas
  • Agriculture ; European integration ; Human capital ; Natural resources ; Poland ; Rural area ; Rural development
  • Problems curently observed in Polish agriculture have different origins. Some of them have an historical background, while others are related to systemic transformation and forthcoming accession to the European union. Most of the problems are common
  • Religious tourism in Hungary - an integrative framework
  • In the first part of the paper, the history of religious tourism and its integrative framework are presented based on relevant international literature. In the second part, the focus is on the development and interpretation of the Via Maria
  • pilgrimage route (especially at its most important station, Mátraverebély-Szentkút), the first established within the Central and Southeastern European area, and the primary results of AA. field research are presented. - (AM)
  • European integration and local capacities for manufacturing adjustment and change : the case of Spain
  • Economic environment ; Economic integration ; Economies of scale ; Enterprise ; Industry ; Modernization ; Regional disparities ; Small and medium sized enterprises ; Spain
  • Die EU-Regionalpolitik im Spannungsfeld von Integration, regionaler Konvergenz und wirtschaftlichem Wachstum
  • Common policy ; Economic growth ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Region ; Regional development ; Regional policy
  • Skandinavien, der Kontinent und die europäische Integration
  • Denmark ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Finland ; Iceland ; International relations ; Norway ; Policy ; Sweden
  • Cultural identity ; Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European integration ; Political geography
  • The question of Eastern limits of Europe is based on political and economic elements since Sixties of last century by a special commission of Council of Europe. In this new geographic frame the enlargement of European Union at East and South
  • will involve some Muslim countries and new forms of partnership and integration, that safeguard however its more specific religious background and identity, but will contribute to pacify a large part of the world. - (NF)
  • Cyprus ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitics ; Political geography
  • Conflict ; Cultural identity ; Ethnic minority ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; International relations ; Nation-state ; Nationalism ; Policy ; Religion ; Social change
  • European Union ; European integration ; Political geography ; Turkey ; Twenty-first century
  • European regional integration case study of Romania
  • Economic growth ; Economic strategy ; Economy ; European Union ; Foreign investment ; Optimization ; Regional integration ; Romania
  • Romania after accession to the EU, on 1 January 2007, tried to find a strategy to optimize the integration of the country from economic, social, technological and environmental viewpoint. A context in which Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) help
  • Development axis ; Economic integration ; Economic situation ; Economic system ; Europe ; Forecast ; Nationalism ; Political reform ; Prospective study ; Regional planning ; Social change
  • of pan-European integration, the territorial transformation in Great Europe, the typology of European regions, the new perspectives for regional planning, research priorities.
  • This subject was reported in the colloquy The Challenge facing European society with the approach of the Year 2000. The paper is organised in seven parts: the difficult road to New Europe, four models of socio-economic change, four foundations
  • Changing influences on the development of the European Community's major urban regions between 1971 and 1988
  • City;Town ; EEC ; Economic integration ; Europe ; Indicator ; Living standard ; Urban crisis ; Urban development ; Urban region ; Welfare
  • , can be related to generic forces for change within the EC, particularly the effects on local economies of the process of European integration, and to the structural characteristics of urban regions and those of the wider regions in which
  • Cultural patrimony ; Economic geography ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Institution ; Political geography ; Political integration ; Regional disparities
  • The enlargement of the European Union includes several new countries, all with a different heritage of languages, customs, traditions, and histories. This will bring to a decrease in the homogeneity of the union, and can therefore be a potential
  • Foreign minorities in continental European cities.
  • This book seeks to provide a complete picture of the contemporary immigrant situation in cities of the main Continental European destination countries, France, West Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland. It offers an overview
  • of the problems facing each state in coping with the integration of 15 million permanently-settled foreigners. - (HK)
  • Central Europe ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitics ; Political geography
  • Curtain, and the future perspectives of Central Europe as a coherent region within the European Union. - (JS)
  • Turkey's accession to the European Union : the geopolitics of enlargement
  • European integration ; Geopolitics ; Human rights ; Policy ; Turkey
  • Structural change without precedent: the integration of East German agriculture into the EU-Market system. The case of Brandenburg
  • Agrarian reform ; Agriculture ; Brandenburg ; Economic integration ; Germany ; Single European Market
  • The paper starts with a description of changes observed between 1989 and 1993, then offers some explanations for these changes that can be attributed to the integration process. A third part of the paper attempts to assess the possible impact
  • JESSICA : Developping New European Instruments for Sustainable Urban Development
  • Developing and implementing global, coordinated and integrated strategies for sustainable urban development requires multi-sector and ambitious investment programmes and multi-level action. The new initiative JESSICA (Joint European Support
  • for Sustainable Investment in City Areas) adresses these challenges. It is being developed by the European Commission, in close cooperation with the EIB and CEB, aiming at bringing them and Member States together with the European banking and financial sector
  • , for more and better investment in sustainable and integrated urban plans and projects. JESSICA offers new possibilities and great flexibility to member states and managing authorities of structural funds operational programmes. - (IfL)
  • Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; European Union ; European integration ; Euroregion ; International relations ; Political geography ; Region ; Spain
  • Starting from some thoughts devoted to the universal demonstrations of solidarity that Spain and its citizens received after the tragic terrorist attacks of March 11, the A. analyzes the relations between Spain and the European Economic Community
  • (EEC) before and the European Union (EU) later. The article then studies the evolving relations between the regional level, the national level, and the super-national European level. To understand these relations, the A. definies the concept
  • Cutting it : European integration, trade regimes, and the reconfiguration of East-Central European apparel production
  • Clothing industry ; Employment ; Europe ; European Union ; Manufactured products ; Market ; Production ; Regulation ; Supplying ; Trade
  • Agriculture ; Economic system ; European integration ; Political regime ; Scenario ; Serbia ; Voivodina
  • Serbia is attempting to become a member of the European Union and currently enjoys the status of a potential candidate country. On November 6th, 2009, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Vuk Jeremić, declared in the European Parliament the readiness
  • to file the application for the membership in the European Union. This has an enormous significance for the immediate future of Vojvodina and the farming sector. The AA. concentrate on the optimistic scenario, assuming the positive attitude of the European
  • Union and the full involvement of the country in the fulfilment of the consecutive stages on the way to the European Community. Thus, we shall devote less attention to the pessimistic scenario, which could consist in assuming “extension fatigue
  • ” and disadvantageous internal circumstances. The general assumption is that every country with a political and economic system tending toward stability, aiming to satisfy the basic requirements of the European Union, has the right to be a member of the Community. – (BJ)
  • Defending national linguistic territories in the European Single Market : towards more transnational geolinguistic analysis
  • Conflict ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; France ; Language ; Legislation ; National identity ; Territorial identity
  • Integrated planning of high-speed transportation in Europe
  • Economic development ; Europe ; Germany ; Model ; Planning ; Single European Market ; Transport ; Transport policy
  • To investigate the growth effects by the Single European Market, a procedure was developed which is based on the quantification of so-called endogenous and exogenous locational factors. With the aid of this procedure, model calculations were able
  • to be carried out for various development scenarios in the European context... At the same time, the effects of Western and Eastern European iuntegration were distinguuished with respect to future developments.
  • Bulgaria ; European Union ; European integration ; Policy ; Regional disparities ; Romania ; Social geography ; Space
  • disparities and foreign trade imbalances give cause for concern. The former Romanian foreign minister observed : Our citizens expectations weigh more heavily upon us than pressure from the European Commission of the European Parliament. They expect a better
  • The European landscape convention, wind power, and the limits of the local : notes from Italy and Sweden
  • Conflict ; Energy ; Energy policy ; Europe ; European convention ; Italy ; Landscape ; Sweden ; Wind energy
  • The European Landscape Convention is the first international agreement to deal with all aspects of landscape planning, protection, and management. It emphasizes transparency, democracy, and good governance as integral parts of landscape
  • Contribution to the assessment of Hungarian economy and territorial structure in the light of the accession to the European Union
  • Competitiveness ; Economic geography ; European integration ; Foreign investment ; Hungary ; Political geography ; Regional disparities ; Territorial structure
  • In this paper author investigates the major sectoral and structural shifts of the Hungarian economy since the change of regime, and the position of Hungary in the European Economic Area after the EU eccession in May 2004. Special attention is paid
  • EU enlargement, the new Central European member states, and Austria
  • Austria ; Central Europe ; Development ; Economic development ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Infrastructure ; Migration ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Trans-border cooperation ; Transport
  • European integration and regional development in Northern Europe
  • Economic integration ; Economic situation ; Economic space ; Economy ; Europe ; Germany ; Industry ; International trade ; Northern Europe ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Reunification ; Single European Market ; Spatial structure
  • Learning economies, innovation systems and European integration
  • Economic integration ; Economy ; Europe ; European Union ; Innovation ; System
  • Upgrading the Physical Environment in Deprived Urban Areas : Lessons from Integrated Policies
  • Economic restructuring ; Europe ; European integration ; International cooperation ; Peripheral region ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • The article gives an overview of determinants of success of urban restructuring policies in European cities, with a specific focus on the organization of these kinds of policies. On the basis of an inventory of 50 practices in 25 European countries
  • Multinationals and European integration : the prospects for Welsh manufacturing industry
  • Competition ; Economic impact ; Economic integration ; Economies of scale ; Industrial restructuring ; Market ; Methodology ; Multinational firm ; Regional economy ; Single European Market ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • European economic integration and urban inequalities in Western Europe
  • Business cycle ; Economic indicators ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Living standard ; Regional disparities ; Town ; Urban economy ; Wage inequality
  • Economic behaviour ; Economic geography ; European integration ; History ; Political geography ; Regionalization ; Ukraine
  • This paper analyses some of the questions raised by the EU expansion and the process of European integration considering one specific issue : the open question of the future of the Post-soviet Ukraine and its perspective for a future integration
  • ) in the east and one Central European in the west. The paper considers internal (historical legacies and different of attitudes within the country) and external (geographical and economical factors) issues that now prevent the Ukrainian accession into the EU
  • European cities in the process of economic integration : towards structural convergence
  • Commuting ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Community ; Land use ; Living standard ; Productivity ; Regional disparities ; Spatial dynamics ; Town ; Urban economy ; Wage inequality
  • Citizenship ; Discourse ; Economic integration ; Estonia ; Ethnicity ; Policy ; Security ; Sovereignty ; State
  • The Estonian sovereignty discourse hinges on the question as to whether or not international integration strengthens Estonia's national security against the Russian threat. Different assumptions and positions on the issue make possible a highly
  • selective deployment of pro- and contra-EU arguments that promulgate Estonia as European while minimising the influence of foreign institutions on Estonia's citizenship and minority rights policies.
  • Comparative study ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Political integration ; Regional integration ; Trade
  • The European Economic Community was founded in 1957 in Rome and finally became the European Union in 1994. There is no doubt that it is today the most successful regional integration worldwide. No other integration is economically and politically
  • as powerful as the EU. Most other regional integrations are focussing on trade and have only very little influence on the politics of their member countries. By August 2006, a total of more than 320 Regional Trade Agreements had been notified to the WTO. More
  • Integrated models for public policy analysis: an example of the practical use of simulation models in health care planning in Twenty-third European Congress, Poitiers, 1983.
  • Czech Republic ; European integration ; Land use ; Local development ; Peripheral region ; Region ; Regional development
  • the settlement system in the context of European integration. This paper presents several model regions and it focuses on their natural conditions, land-use and prospects for local/regional development. In the analysis, it combines objective data with the results
  • Special issue: European ports
  • Economic integration ; Economic strategy ; Fordism ; France ; Harbour ; Local government ; Post-Fordism ; Urban function
  • The AA. analyse the challenges, at the end of the Fordist era, to the French government's strategic choices (development of the nation's ports with a domestic and industrial bias). This period has been followed by a policy of European integration
  • Alps (The) ; Europe ; European integration ; Euroregion ; Frontier ; Political geography ; Trans-border area
  • The policies of land planning that are able to overcome some problematic situations of territorial unbalance, derived from the end of the historical cycle of the nation states, are particularly oriented towards trans-border regions. In the European
  • political dynamics, what is happening, for instance, in the Euro-regions of the alpine space can represent a particularly interesting model of integration, able to face the current geopolitical challenges. - (NF)
  • Neighbourhood integration, social relations and participation in European multi-ethnic cities
  • Austria ; Basque Country ; Ethnic minority ; Greece ; Lisbon ; Macedonia (Greece) ; Neighbourhood ; Netherlands (The) ; Participation ; Portugal ; Rotterdam ; Social geography ; Social integration ; Social network ; Societal relations ; Spain
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à l'intégration, aux relations sociales et à la participation dans les quartiers des villes multi-ethniques européennes, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Neighbourhood integration in European multi-ethnic cities
  • in European cities. A quantitative study in European cities on the relation between the size and composition of social networks and political and civic participation. ; 6-Gentrification, residential ethnicization and the social production of fragmented space
  • Zivilmacht Europa : a critical geopolitics of the European Union as a global power
  • Civilian power ; Critical geopolitics ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitics ; Imperialism ; Policy ; Political integration ; Power ; Sphere of influence
  • Bestens vernetzt? Die Integration des Europäischen Strommarktes seit 1990
  • Electricity ; Energy ; Europe ; European Union ; Infrastructure ; Network ; Trade
  • European power supply until the 1990s has been subject to distinct national policies. The EU intends to merge these national supply systems into a pan-European electricity market. Vertical disintegration of the system creates new markets for power
  • , the former national and regional monopolies emerge as a new oligopoly of large pan-European power companies. - (IfL)
  • Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Policy ; Regional integration ; Social integration
  • Die Autoindustrie auf dem Weg nach Europa. Zur Integration nationaler Standortsysteme der Autoproduktion
  • Car ; Competitiveness ; Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; Industrial location ; Industry ; Production system
  • Frankreich (De)Zentralisierung im Kontext der europäische Integration
  • Centralisation ; Centrality ; Decentralization ; European integration ; France ; Regionalization ; Territorial planning ; Urban system
  • Baltic Sea ; European integration ; Fishery ; Fishing ; Poland
  • related to accession of Poland to the European Union. - (BJ)
  • Concept ; European Union ; European integration ; Lithuania ; Peripheral region
  • Archipelago ; Economic integration ; Island ; Malta ; Regional geography
  • The study gives basic geographical information about Maltese Islands. It contains demographic, political, geographical, historic etc. information. This small European state has a long history but its period of sovereignity is just three decades. Its
  • relationship with European countries as well as African states is strong. There are remarkable issues about becoming a member of the EU. - (ZK)
  • Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Regional planning ; Regional policy ; Territorial planning ; Territory
  • Agriculture ; Common agricultural policy ; Eastern Europe ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Farm ; Socio-economic indicators
  • Balkans ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitical strategy ; International cooperation ; Policy
  • Central-East Europe ; Economy ; European Union ; European integration ; Export ; External trade ; Foreign investment ; Germany
  • Balkans ; Economy ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Mediterranean States
  • Behaviour ; Electoral behaviour ; European Union ; European integration ; Poland ; Policy ; Regional disparities
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina ; Criminality ; European Union ; European integration ; Geopolitics ; International agreement ; International organization ; Political geography ; War
  • The Europeanization of regional development : local strategies and European spatial visions in Northern Finland
  • European Union ; European integration ; Finland ; Political space ; Regional development ; Regional planning authority ; Territorialisation
  • Common policy ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Planning ; Space ; Spatial organization ; Territorial planning ; Thematic mapping
  • On 25 May 2007, the EU ministers responsible for spatial development adopted the Territorial Agenda of EU in Leipzig. In order to illustrate the six territorial priorities of the Agenda, the Maps on European territorial development is developed
  • in the context of the German EU Council Presidency. Evidence-based, spatial information from the European Spatial Planning Observation Network and Urban Audit has played an essential role in analysing the competition potentials of cities and regions. The article
  • describes the background and the development starting from ESDP (EUREK), the European Council in 1999 (EU 27) and the requirements of the Maps on European territorial development. - (IfL)
  • Economic integration ; Economic sector ; Economic situation ; Economy ; Employment ; Europe ; European Community ; European Union ; External trade ; Finance ; Financial flow ; Financial services ; Industrial sector ; Labour market ; Public sector
  • ; Single European Market ; Spain
  • Cooperation ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Network ; Sustainable development ; Urban development ; Urban policy
  • Since 1990, the policy field urban development is developing at the European and member states levels. Since then, the minister esponsible for urban development have formulated common political demands in the framework of their informal cooperation
  • Environmental protection needs good administration : ecological application of the new legal instrument European Groupings of Territorial Co-operation (EGTC)
  • Legal framework and general conventions of cross-border co-operation, the regulation of European Groupings Territorial Co-operation, experience and deficits concerning cross-border co-operation, requirements and tasks for an EGTC, integrated coastal
  • Cultural studies ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Political geography ; Regional disparities ; Tradition
  • Several new countries, all with a different heritage of languages, customs, traditions, and histories, will be the protagonists of the forthcoming enlargement of the European Union. This process of enlargement will bring to a decrease
  • Armenia ; Azerbaydzhan ; Caucasus ; Conflict ; Economy ; Ethnic minority ; European Union ; European integration ; European part of Russia ; Georgia ; Hydrocarbon ; Natural resources ; Policy
  • Structure of the rural population incomes in Poland before and after the accession to the European Union
  • Common agricultural policy ; European integration ; Income ; Poland ; Rural population
  • The evaluation of European Union cohesion policy. Special issue
  • Economic growth ; Economic reform ; Europe ; European Union ; European integration ; Gross domestic product ; Policy ; Regional disparities ; Unemployment
  • Economic integration ; European Union ; Housing ; Hungary ; Regional disparities ; Second home ; Tourism ; Urban area ; Urban life
  • Economic development ; European integration ; Frontier ; Regional development ; Slovenia
  • Central Europe ; Europe ; European integration ; Information ; Public opinion
  • Central-East Europe ; Convergence ; Europe ; European integration ; Gross domestic product ; Living standard
  • of regional aspects in municipal integrated action; and the Leipzig Charter on the sustainable European city: where does Europe stand? (with an appendix of the Leipzig charter on the European city and a position paper on the Deutsche Städtetag zum II
  • The six articles deal with a definition of the integrated urban development in German municipalities : Changes for Ludwisburg, in Saarbrücken,; the integrated policy concepts in urban renewal with the example of North Rhine-Westphalia, the inclusion
  • Modelling the regional impact of continental economic integration : lessons from the European Union for NAFTA
  • Core-periphery ; Econometry ; Economic integration ; Europe ; Input-output model ; Model ; North America ; Regional development ; Scenario ; Simulation ; Spatial economy
  • Borders, national sovereignty and European integration: the British-Irish case
  • Centralisation ; Conflict ; Economic integration ; Ethnic community ; Frontier ; Ireland ; National territory ; Political geography ; Sovereignty ; United Kingdom
  • Problems of inter-state economic integration. Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic in the European Community
  • Competition ; Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; Economy ; Ireland ; Nationalism ; Northern Ireland ; Policy ; Political geography ; Regional identity ; Transport ; United Kingdom
  • Regional rural policy in northern Fenno-Scandia : searching paths for the northern periphery in an integrating European economy
  • Countryside ; Economic integration ; Finland ; Regional policy ; Scandinavia
  • Transformation of the Central and East European passenger car industry : selective peripheral integration through foreign direct investment
  • Car industry ; Central Europe ; Division of labour ; Eastern Europe ; Economic environment ; Economic integration ; Europe ; Foreign investment ; Industrial production ; Industry ; Investment ; Spatial embeddedness