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Territorial competition in an integrating Europe

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Avebury , Aldershot, Hants, England, Brookfield, Vt., USA
Competition -- European Union countries, Regional planning -- European Union countries, Europe -- Economic integration, European Union countries -- Economic conditions -- Regional dispar

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Europe, European Union countries, European Union count

Statementedited by Paul C. Cheshire and Ian R. Gordon.
SeriesPerspectives on Europe.
ContributionsCheshire, P. C., Gordon, Ian R.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC241 .T46 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 317 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL822398M
ISBN 101859721125
LC Control Number95077009
OCLC/WorldCa33218045

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm. Contents: Part I Context: the Malardalen - a leading region in Scandinavia and Europe?, U.M.

Forslund and B. Johanssen; European integration and German unification - territorial competition under changed political and economic conditions, H.-J. Bremm; the competitive position. Reviews: Recognizing European Modernities: A Montage of the Present, No Breathing Room: The Aftermath of Chernobyl, Capital Cities: International Perspectives, Protected Area Economics and Policy: Linking Conservation and Sustainable Development, Territorial Competition in an Integrating EuropeAuthor: R Miller, R Argenbright, W G Hardwick, P Dearden, M Chisholm.

This book explores how regional political parties use Europe to advance their territorial projects in times of rapid state restructuring.

It examines the ways in which decentralization and supranational integration have encouraged regional parties to pursue their strategies across multiple territorial levels. This book constitutes the first attempt to unravel the complexities of how.

Wins, P. () 'The Location of Firms: an Analysis of Choice Processes', in Cheshire, P.C. and Gordon, I.R. (eds.) Territorial Competition in an Integrating Europe, Avebury, Aldershot.

The city. This book explores how regional political parties use Europe to advance their territorial projects in times of rapid state restructuring.

It examines the ways in which decentralization and supranational integration have encouraged regional parties to pursue their strategies across multiple territorial levels.

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This book constitutes the first attempt to unravel the complexities of how. Downloadable. Much of the current policy and scientific debate regarding territorial development focuses on territorial competition, which is a result of the outspread of competition (the centerpiece in classical and neoclassical political economy) over many aspects of other disciplines except economics, including geographical science.

The European nation state is now placed between the interconnected processes of globalization and European integration. This new book examines these evolving relationships, showing how the conventional territorial basis of the state is being reappraised.

Euro-regions and European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) — whereby two or more regions from different EU Member States work together in areas of shared economic, social, cultural and political interest — have played a particularly important role in deepening integration in Europe.

A natural corollary is to expect the growth of forms of inter-place, or territorial competition, involving attempts to boost local economic performance through collective efforts to enhance qualitatively significant attributes of particular places — which would be relatively new to European cities and regions, if not in the United States.

Over the past quarter century, territorial competition seems to have become a global phenomenon, spreading beyond Europe/ North America to play a strong role (for good and bad) in the development of newly industrialised and transition economies (Rodríguez-Pose and Arbix, ; Chien and Gordon, ; Hermann-Pilath,Jessop and Sum, Territorial integration of different sectoral strategies is the only way to match objectives at each scale of analysis.

This integration demands an approach to water problems relating to all sectors, taking into account the other scales of analysis, beyond the river basin. This book explores how regional political parties use Europe to advance their territorial projects in times of rapid state restructuring.

It examines the ways in which decentralization and supranational integration have encouraged regional parties to pursue their strategies across multiple territorial levels. This book brings small places to the main stage in an exploration of the nature of immigration in rural areas and small towns in Europe.

Extending recent efforts to study migration at a sub-national scale, the authors focus their analysis on non-metropolitan areas to consider how globalisation and modernisation processes are experienced at a local level.

The European nation state is now placed between the interconnected processes of globalization and European integration. This new book examines these evolving relationships, showing how the conventional territorial basis of the state is being reappraised.

Bringing together leading thinkers on the. Daniela-Luminița Constantin, Raluca Mariana Grosu and Alina Elena Iosif - Exploring the Territorial Capital, Global Competition and Territorial Cohesion Policy: a SWOT Analysis of Services of General Interest useful tool to underlie the policies aiming at an effective provision of SGI to the large variety of territories existing within the EU.

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Territorial politics is one of the most dynamic areas in contemporary political science. Rescaling, new and re-emergent nationalisms, regional devolution, government, federal reform and urban dynamics have reshaped the architecture of government at sub-state and transnational levels, with profound implications for public policy, political competition, democracy and the nature of political.

The phenomenon of regional integration. Regional integration is a process in which neighboring states enter into an agreement in order to upgrade. This book fills an existing academic literature gap by providing a sound and synthetic analysis on the process of European Territorial Cooperation over the last 30 years.

This follows from the support from the former EU INTERREG Community Initiative, sincelater transformed into the second main goal of EU Cohesion Policy, by European Integration - edited by L.

Alan Winters May The completion of the European Community's (EC) internal market, by removing the barriers still affecting intra-EC trade, is expected to strengthen European competition. This book explores how regional political parties use Europe to advance their territorial projects in times of rapid state restructuring.

It examines the ways in which decentralization and supranational integration have encouraged regional parties to pursue their strategies across multiple territorial levels. Extra-territoriality Extra-territoriality in the European Union Law.

Concept of Extra-territoriality provided by the “Glossary of terms used in EU competition policy” (Antitrust and control of concentrations, published in ): Term normally used to describe the exercise by a sovereign State of jurisdiction over foreigners in respect of acts done outside the borders of that State.

In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been a feature of the West European state.

Then he In the s, the states of Western Europe face twin challenges, from above in the shape of globalization and European integration, and from below in the form 4/5(1). The EU's emergence as an international security provider, under the first Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) operations in the Balkans inis a critical development in European integration.

In this book, which relies on extensive interviews with CSDP officials, Michael E. Smith investigates how the challenge of launching new CSDP.

Fridén, L. () International competition and production conditions: results from a survey in the Stockholm region, in: P. Cheshire and I. Gordon (Eds) Territorial Competition in an Integrating Europe: Local Impact and Public Policy, pp.

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- increased market integration: effective competition the remaining removes territorial barriers to trade and allows consumers in allMember States to benefit fully from integration into the EU’s Single Market; and - enhanced competitiveness in Europe and beyond: a competitive Single Market.

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European retailers have called for the EU to take action against the use of territorial supply constraints, on the grounds that such constraints are currently being used by major brands with a dominant market position in order to force retailers and wholesalers to buy products only in.

PSO are, therefore, a key instrument as regards ensuring equity and territorial cohesion. As such, it constitutes a fundamental concern in European regional policy.

Traditionally, the regulation of SGEI has focused on the supply side, as it has been assumed competition in an integrated European market would benefit citizens.

Modal Competition. Each transportation mode has key operational and commercial advantages and properties.

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However, contemporary demand is influenced by integrated transportation systems that require flexibility in the respective use of each mode. As a result, modal competition exists at various degrees and takes several dimensions.

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