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  • 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
  • This paper presents shortly the common regional policy of EU, which now is based on theory of “new regionalism” and on three principles: the subsidiary, the decentralization and the partnership. The regulation of EU regional policy provides for а
  • 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)
  • The problem region as an instrument of regional policy : geographical perspectives
  • Globalization ; Region ; Regional policy ; Sustainable development
  • Développement durable ; Mondialisation ; Politique régionale ; Région
  • Problems regions are regions with severe economic problems, a low standard of living and often a polluted environment. If a problem region has a special position in the frame of the national regional policy, then it used as an instrument of regional
  • policy. Recently the importance of problem regions as such an instrument has become more important. This is under conditions of globalisation, with the paradigm of sustainable development, and basic theoretical characteristics of regions. The use
  • of the problem region as an instrument of regional policy poses a number of questions and problems that need to be considered. - (IfL)
  • (In)consistency and (in)efficiency of the Czech regional policy in the 1990s.
  • Czech Republic ; Development strategy ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Regional policy ; Unemployment
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1. Development of inter-regional disparities in the Czech Republic under the transition 2. Czech regional policy in th pre-accession period 3. A proposal for the future design of Czech regional
  • policy. - (MT)
  • Transport investment and disadvantaged regions : UK and European policies since the 1950s
  • Europe ; Industrial region ; Investment ; Regional policy ; Road ; Transport ; Transport network ; Transport policy ; United Kingdom
  • Europe ; Investissement ; Politique des transports ; Politique régionale ; Route ; Royaume-Uni ; Région industrielle ; Transport ; Voie de communication
  • This paper outlines transport investment policies for older industrial regions with higher unemployment. It examines the motivation behind such policies and compares them with transport policies for other regions. The growth of political
  • and economic competition between problem industrial regions and other regions of disadvantage or growth potential is emphasised. Transport investments cannot promote sustained growth in disadvantaged regions if other favourable conditions are lacking.
  • Regional economic policy for the next few years
  • Economic integration ; Economic policy ; Investment ; Netherlands (The) ; Project ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Regional policy
  • Governance, science policy and regions : an introduction
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • Governance ; Policy ; Region ; Regional policy ; Sciences
  • Gouvernance ; Politique ; Politique régionale ; Région ; Sciences
  • Fabriquer l'histoire des sciences ? Rééchelonner la gouvernance, repenser la politique des scineces. Un nouveau rôle pour les régions ? La gouvernance en évolution de la politique des sciences. L'émergence de politiques régionales des sciences
  • The regional policy of the European Community
  • Common policy ; Europe ; European Union ; Regional development ; Regional policy
  • The present contribution examines the evolution and the motivations behind the EC regional policy, in order to understand the ways in which it can assume an increasing role in the future. - (L'A.).
  • Regional and innovation policies in Finland - towards convergence and/or mismatch ?
  • Convergence ; Finland ; Policy ; Regional disparities ; Regional policy
  • Networking the urban policy arena. Local governance and the regionalisation of territorial policy-making in Northrhine-Westphalia
  • Germany ; Local policy ; Network ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Regional development ; Regionalization ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1)Policy innovation as context management : 1) Regionalisation in Northrhine-Westphalia. 2) Local responses to regionalisation : Duisburg and its region. 3) Networking the urban policy arena : new
  • forms of governance in Duisburg. 4) Local and regional networking : potentials and contradictions for innovative governance. 5) Challenges to networking : bridging the local-regional mismatch. - (MT)
  • Depressed regions - or depressed regional policy ? 10 years of slovak experience.
  • Development strategy ; Regional development ; Regional policy ; Slovak Republic ; Urban development
  • The contribution deals with the following subjects : 1. Starting conditions of regional transformation 2. Positive Development Momentum 3. Ups and downs of the slovak regional policy. - (MT)
  • Regional disparities - reasons enough to run a cohesion-oriented policy ?
  • Employment ; Germany ; Policy ; Regional disparities ; Space ; Territorial planning ; Territory ; Theory
  • Old and new discussion of spatial equity for Germany, why have a spatial policy oriented toward equity, regional disparities with regard to employment, regional disparities with regard to services for the public, conclusions concerning spatial
  • policy. - (IfL)
  • Governance in Flanders'regional policy : subregional platforms as development coalitions
  • Belgium ; Flanders ; Governance ; Participation ; Partnership ; Region ; Regional policy ; Territorial identity
  • Belgique ; Gouvernance ; Identité territoriale ; Partenariat ; Participation ; Politique régionale ; Région ; Vlaanderen
  • The A. examines the evolving sub-regional governance in Flanders within the context of changing European regional policy, with a focus of development coalitions and their role in decentralization of decision-making and engagement of citizens
  • . The platforms contribute to a governance structure that enables public participation in policy-making.
  • The regional transmission of UK monetary policy
  • Economic policy ; Impact ; Region ; Regional economy ; Scotland ; United Kingdom
  • Economie régionale ; Impact ; Politique monétaire ; Politique économique ; Royaume-Uni ; Région ; Scotland
  • La transmission régionale de la politique monétaire. Traitement par diagrammes de l'impact régional de la politique monétaire. Preuves ultérieures pour les régions du Royaume-Uni.
  • A study on regional allocation of investments for redistribution policy of population
  • This paper presents the regional allocation model of public investments for the redistribution policy of population and one detailed simulation concentrating on the controllability of the degree of local autonomy. Its considers also the simple
  • transport policy model for the redistribution. - (SGA)
  • Agglomeration and regional growth policy: externalities versus comparative advantages
  • Cluster ; Depressed region ; Externalities ; Regional economy ; Regional policy
  • Cluster ; Commerce inter-régional ; Economie régionale ; Externalités ; Politique régionale ; Région déprimée
  • Agrupación de actividades ; Economía regional ; Externalidades ; Política regional ; Región deprimida
  • to the clustering mode of production in the regional context. Third, the paper contributes to give a more accurate theoretic basis to the regional cluster policy and to help policy-makers in choosing the right policy for increasing the well-being of depressed
  • regions. The major conclusion is that policy must pursue a combination of the comparative advantage principle with one type of dynamic externalities un-covered in this paper: the “related variety benefits” of agglomeration.
  • This paper explores the existence of different types of static and dynamic externalities and shows the relationship between externalities, interregional trade, and cluster policy. First, it contributes to a better characterization of dynamic
  • externalities by extending the “advantages of backwardness” approach, formerly developed to explain the catching-up of national economies, to the regional conecontext. Second, it presents a new model that relates static and dynamic externalities
  • Governance, science policy and regions
  • The multi-level governance of science policy in England
  • Economic development ; England ; Governance ; Large town ; Policy ; Region ; Regional policy ; Sciences ; United Kingdom
  • Développement économique ; England ; Gouvernance ; Grande ville ; Politique ; Politique régionale ; Royaume-Uni ; Région ; Sciences
  • The Impact of British regional policies on employment growth
  • Emploi ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Politique régionale ; Politique économique ; Population active ; Royaume-Uni ; Région
  • Regional economic policy and the movement of manufacturing firms to development areas
  • Décentralisation ; Développement ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrie ; Localisation ; Politique régionale ; Royaume-Uni ; Région
  • The measurement of the impact of regional policies in Europe: a survey and critique
  • CEE ; Développement régional ; Efficacité ; Europe ; Géographie humaine ; Mesure ; Politique régionale ; Région déprimée
  • Policy review section: regional policy changes. (Monetarism masquerading as a regional policy? The government's new system of regional aid)
  • Après avoir donné la philosophie du gouvernement en matière d'économie, l'A. montre que les changements dans la politique régionale n'auront qu'un impact limité sur le déclin des régions industrielles et qu'il faut s'attendre à des disparités