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Territorial Capital, Institutional Capacities, Policy Coordination and Changing Perceptions of Solidarity

European Politics
European Union
Governance
Institutions
P105
Laura Polverari
Department of Political Science, Law, and International Studies, University of Padova

Floor: Second Floor, Room: Aula 15

Saturday 09:00 - 10:30 (18/06/2016)


Abstract

The papers in this panel examine the role of institutional capacity and territorial capital as explanatory factors for Cohesion policy effectiveness, the degree to which such factors are at play in the place-based implementation of Cohesion policy in 2014-2020, and the changing MS and regional attitudes to EU solidarity and cohesion as fundamental aspects of the European Social Model, as evidenced by the evolving stances of MSs and regions in terms of Euroscepticism and budgetary positions.

Title Details
institutional Capacity: A Precondition or a Product of Effective Policy Performance? Evidence from Cohesion Policy in Central and Eastern Europe View Paper Details
The Challenge of Policy Integration. The Case of Sustainable Urban Development in the EU Cohesion Policy View Paper Details
Explaining State Behavior in EU Redistributive Politics View Paper Details
Territorial Capital and the Impact of European Cohesion Policy View Paper Details