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Crises, Policy Paradigms and Competing Visions of Europe: Reassessing and Reinterpreting EU Cohesion Policy

Europe (Central and Eastern)
European Politics
European Union
Governance
Institutions
Public Policy
Qualitative Comparative Analysis
P028
Laura Polverari
Department of Political Science, Law, and International Studies, University of Padova
Arthur Benz
Technische Universität Darmstadt

Floor: First Floor, Room: Aula 12

Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 (16/06/2016)


Abstract

The selection of papers in this panel examines a range of interrelated issues affecting cohesion in Europe, addressing the political, institutional, economic factors that are influencing the role and impact of EU Cohesion policy, including the recent economic and social crises. With theoretical and empirical approaches, as well as with reflection on the experiences of Cohesion policy implementation from across the EU, the panel provides evidence of the utmost importance at a time where the discussions on the reform of the policy for the period after 2020 are starting to take place. Wider themes of democratic and institutional quality in the member states are also discussed.

Title Details
Cohesion Policy in Europe’s Rich Central Region: A Double Movement in the Making? View Paper Details
Governance Performance and Cohesion Policy in Central and Eastern European Countries View Paper Details
Cohesion Policy Implementation in Southern Europe: Policy, Institutional and Political Hurdles. What Next? View Paper Details
Core-Periphery Divide in the EU Cohesion Policy: The Political Challenges of Dual Crisis to the NMS View Paper Details
One Bridge Too Far?: The Crisis of European Economic Integration View Paper Details