Creating an effective cohesion policy for Europe 2020

Andrzej Paczoski , Giuseppe Cirella

Abstract

Cohesion policy is one of the most important elements of the European Union’s (EU) integrated processes. Evaluating this type of mechanism can show the efficiency of European policy’s convergence processes and its elimination of development inequalities between regions (i.e., countries) [Molle, 2007]. European funds cost taxpayers money that is invested on convergence information (i.e., the classification of country-by-country datasets). The last financial crises brought a significant negative influence on the European economy. One of the options has been to offer more autonomy (i.e., responsibility) for each country’s economic policy. Europe 2020 Strategy brought a new challenge for its Member States. There has been a varying pace of success in obtaining strategic goals throughout the EU. Countries should try to seek opportunities in endogenous growth; cohesion policy can assist with such development. This paper presents only preliminary findings.
Author Andrzej Paczoski (FE / DEP)
Andrzej Paczoski,,
- Department od Economic Policy
, Giuseppe Cirella (FE / ChTE)
Giuseppe Cirella,,
- Deparment of Transport Economics
Pages283-285
Publication size in sheets0.3
Book Cirella Giuseppe (eds.): Conference Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Sustainability, Human Geography and Environment 2018: Kraków, Poland, 28 November - 2 December 2018, International Journal of Sustainability Science and Studies, 2018, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, ISBN 978-83-952699-1-2, 551 p.
Keywords in Englishcohesion policy, Europe 2020 Strategy, doing business, enlargement
Languageen angielski
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