Cohesion Policy in the European Union
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This new text introduces the history, evolution and contemporary state of one of the European Union's most important, expensive and controversial policies. It examines the role that cohesion policy plays in European integration, as well as in economic development across regions, and analyzes the key debates and issues at stake.
- Comprehensive examination of one of the EU's most important, expensive, and controversial policies
- Examines what cohesion policy is, how it has evolved, and where it might be going, as well as debates about cohesion policy's role in EU integration and its political and economic consequences
- Highly topical given the current EU economic and political context: the euro zone crisis and EU's growing 'northsouth' divide between rich and poor member states
Dan Marek is Jean Monnet Lecturer in Politics and European Studies at Palacky University, Czech Republic.