Regional Disparity and Assisted Areas in A European Community of Twelve.

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Regional Disparities in the European Community: Evidence from the REGIO Databank Article (PDF Available) in Regional Studies 27(8) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Michael Dunford. The study looks at the objectives of EC regional policy: (1) to foster balanced regional economic development; (2) reduce regional disparities; and (3) reduce concentration in congested areas; and considers what data and comparable indicators are available for implementing and managing such policies.

The analysis focuses on the development of population, GDP, and employment in agriculture, Cited by: (). Regional Disparities in Central and Eastern European Countries: Trends, Drivers and Prospects. Europe-Asia Studies: Vol. 65, No. 8, pp. Cited by: However, there are other phenomena responsible for regional disparities in Europe: localization factors (large conurbations, transport hubs, and tourism) which foster the development of connected.

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However, there are other phenomena responsible for regional disparities in Europe: localization factors (large conurbations, transport hubs, and tourism) which foster the development of connected service activities, and the presence of a solid industrial base accompanied by high levels of Cited by: Regional disparity and assisted areas in a European Community of twelve.

Nederland s Econo mic Institute, Foundation of Empirical Economic Research, Rot te rdam; Commission of the. Molle, W.T.M. and Haselen, H. van (), “Regional Disparity and Assisted Areas in the European Community of Twelve”, NEI/FEER, /22, Rotterdam; also published in Spanish in: Revista de Estudios Regionales no.6,pp– Google Scholar.

The total assisted area cover age increased f5% to 51, 3% of the Community p opulation. It must be borne in mind that more than a half of the increase was accounted for by the eligibility. Regional incentives in the European Community: a comparative study.

Brussels: EC collection studies, Regional Policy Series no. Regional disparity and economic development in the European Community. Farnborough: Gower Press. Regional disparity and assisted areas in the EC of Twelve.

Rotterdam: NEI/FEER, European Union regions (NUTS level 2) where GDP per capita is lower than 75% of the European Union average.

These criteria do not allow for inter regional disparities, and regions can find that they lose their eligibility for funding despite stili having some very needy areas within them3.

Hanselen, H. van and W. Molle () Regional Disparity and Assisted Areas in a EC of Twelve (Rottendam: Netherlands Economics Institute, Foundation.

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.

Request PDF | Regional Selective Assistance: Is the Spend Enough and Is It Targeting the Right Places. | This article examines the UK Regional Selective Assistance scheme, and critically appraises. Once again the power of individual member states to restrict the Commission's ambitions for a regional policy based more fully on Community-wide perspectives was demonstrated.

1 7 6 T European Regional Dezeloprnent Fund: ideals and realities A similar process led to a failure to link an increase in the size of the Fund to the establishment of a. „Regional disparity means unbalanced spatial structures in some region or in different regions “.

„Regional disparities are manifested in different conditions of life as well as in unequal economic and development potential. Contrast between city and rural area can be also understood as a form of spatial disparity“.

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A new regional policy for Europe The Regional Development Fund I. Europe s regions There are nine countries of Western Europe in the European Community: Belgium, Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

With a surface area of square miles (not including Green- land) the Community is one-sixth of the size of the. The problem of regional disparities in the European Union is a matter of prime economic, political and social importance.

All member states are faced with differences in level of development. The diversity of regions from the natural and social aspect can be advantage for a country if these differences are successfully used. Downloadable. European regional support has grown in parallel with European integration.

The funds targeted at achieving greater economic and social cohesion and reducing disparities within the European Union (EU) have more than doubled in relative terms since the end of the s, making development policies the second most important policy area in the EU.

2Article of the Treaty establishing the European Community for instance states that “the Community shall aim at reducing disparities between levels of development of the various regions and the backwardness of the least favored regions or islands, including rural areas”.

This article explores the relationship between regional inequality and economic development level in 14 Western European countries for the period – The results, which were obtained by means of a semi-parametric methodology, indicate the presence of a process of regional divergence once a certain level of development has been reached.

The United Kingdom displays large regional disparities in productivity compared to most other OECD countries, with a large gap between London and most other regions. This holds back aggregate productivity and growth, and contributes to regional differences in living standards.

Vertalingen van het woord TWELVE van duitse naar nederlands en voorbeelden van het gebruik van "TWELVE" in een zin met hun vertalingen: Seven of Twelve regeneriert gerade, und. Downloadable. This paper examines the association between one of the most basic institutional forms, the family, and a series of demographic, educational, social, and economic indicators across regions in Europe.

Using Emmanuel Todd's classification of medieval European family systems, we identify potential links between family types and regional disparities in household size, educational.

The European Political Community denotes the attempt between and to associate the six European countries which in had formed the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), and were later to establish the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community—in a quasi-federal supranational community.

The European. Widening regional disparities in Europe. Share on Twitter (opens new window) the community of Madrid. The South was catching up, peaking at 59 per cent of Madrid’s level inand. European regional support has grown in parallel with European integration.

The funds targeted at achieving greater economic and social cohesion and reducing disparities within the European Union (EU) have more than doubled in relative terms since the end of the s, making development policies the second most important policy area in the EU.

The regional policy of the European Union (EU), also referred as Cohesion Policy, is a policy with the stated aim of improving the economic well-being of regions in the European Union and also to avoid regional disparities.

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More than one third of the EU's budget is devoted to this policy, which aims to remove economic, social and territorial disparities across the EU, restructure declining.

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This paper focuses on the ill-defined but commonly used concept of peripherality. Using a blend of previous research, and the representations made by local agencies during the – Assisted Areas map review, it explores the sensitivity to peripherality on the part of the local area and examines ways in which perceived peripherality — as evident in a variety of alternative.

2. Human development: similarities and disparities. The introduction by the United Nations of human development index (HDI) as a mean of three indicators weighed equally: health (life expectancy at birth), standard of living (purchasing power parity income) and education (literacy and enrolment) illustrated clearly the importance of health and education and proved that an increase in.

Downloadable! Successive enlargements of the European Union have led to increasing heterogeneity of the development levels of the states and regions members. The Romanian development regions are among the most poorly economically developed European regions and are regarded as economies based on production factors where the development of economy is mainly triggered by the poorly .The main finding of the analysis is that the Community regional policy has been relatively successful in reducing the disparities among the Community regions during the last decade (), as the enlargement of the European Community with the accession of Greece, Portugal, and Spain has caused a considerable increase of the economic.Racial Disparity.

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