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An Enlarged Europe

Regions in Competition?

Edited by Louis Albrechts, Sally Hardy, Mark Hart, Anastasios Katos

Routledge – 1995 – 352 pages

Series: Regions and Cities

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    978-0-11-702359-8
    April 24th 1995

Description

The political and economic geography of Europe is changing - the European Community is expanding its boundaries towards EFTA and is resuming a closer association with Central and Eastern European regions engaged in radical restructuring. As EC integration accelerates there is the prospect of intensified inter-regional competition. This book, divided into five parts, examines in detail the changes and the challenge for policy makers. The introduction draws out the central themes of the book, addressing EC regional performance and future indicators, the enlargement and changing map of Europe and the implications for the EC of Eastern European changes.

The second part deals with EC issues, particularly focusing on the economic and spatial impact of European integration. Part 3 addresses Eastern European issues, and Part 4 covers the Peripheral Regions. The final part is devoted to a policy debate, concluding with a policy agenda for the forthcoming decade.

Contents

Part One: Introduction. Part Two: European Community Post 1992: Regions in Competition. Part Three: The Transformation Process in Eastern and Central Europe. Part Four: The Process of Adjustment in Peripheral Regions. Part Five: Conclusions.

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Description: Edited by Louis Albrechts, Sally Hardy, Mark Hart, Anastasios Katos. The political and economic geography of Europe is changing - the European Community is expanding its boundaries towards EFTA and is resuming a closer association with Central and Eastern European regions engaged in radical restructuring. As EC...
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