Transition, Cohesion and Regional Policy in Central and Eastern Europe

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Ashgate, 2000 - Political Science - 378 pages
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The origins of this volume lie in the history of collaboration on regional development research between the editors and many of the authors over a period of ten years. Through a series of international research projects, conferences and seminars debating the emerging regional development challenges and regional policy responses in Central and Eastern Europe, the idea of a book that would take a comprehensive, systematic look at the issues was born. After a decade of reform, the book was conceived as an opportunity to take stock of the regional problems and disparities associated with the transition process and regional development policy challenges confronting regional, national and European policy-makers.

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