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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)
  • 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)
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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