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CHALLENGES FOR THE NEW COHESION POLICY IN 2014-2020: AN ACADEMIC AND POLICY DEBATE

16.10.2014 11:03

CHALLENGES FOR THE NEW COHESION POLICY IN 2014-2020:

AN ACADEMIC AND POLICY DEBATE

Second EU Cohesion Policy Conference, Riga, Latvia

 

4th -6th FEBRUARY 2015

 

This Second EU Cohesion Policy Conference is free of charge and jointly organised by the Regional Studies Association and DG Regio, together with the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The conference will take stock of the challenges and opportunities for Cohesion policy in 2014-20. It will bring together a limited number of participants from academia, the European institutions and Member State authorities to debate where Cohesion policy is going and how its contribution to growth and jobs can be maximised.

 

Papers are invited on the following questions and themes which will form the basis for workshop sessions, panel debates and discussion groups at the Conference.

  1. Economic geography and Cohesion policy: how are the economic and social challenges for European Structural & Investment Funds changing?
  2. Institutions and governance: what can Cohesion policy do to strengthen public administration and effective management of the Funds?
  3. Performance and results: how can Cohesion policy resources be used most effectively and efficiently?
  4. Instruments: what kind of Cohesion policy interventions make a difference?
  5. EU economic governance and Cohesion policy: what are the implications of governance reforms for Cohesion policy

 

Submission of abstracts

Please submit proposals for papers in the form of a 500-word abstract through the Regional Studies Association online portal (https://members.regionalstudies.org/lounge/Meetings/Meeting?ID=120) by
31st October 2014. Given the purpose and audience of the conference, the abstracts should demonstrate policy implications or lessons insofar as possible.

Proposers will be notified of the selected papers by 30 November 2014, with the expectation of a full paper being submitted by 11 January 2015.

 

Academic organiser: Professor John Bachtler, European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde, UK

RSA organiser: Daniela Carl, daniela.carl@regionalstudies.org and Elizabeth Mitchell, elizabeth.mitchell@regionalstudies.org

Visit the conference’s website atwww.regionalstudies.org/conferences

 

Daniela Carl

Development Manager

Regional Studies Association

25 Clinton Place

Seaford BN25 1NP

tel: +44 (0) 1323 899 698

fax: +44 (0) 1323 899 798

www.regionalstudies.org

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