EU cohesion policy as a requirement to voivodeship development pathways
Szlachta Jacek ()
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Szlachta Jacek: Warsaw School of Economics, Collegium of Socio-Economics, Department of Regional and Spatial Development, Warsaw, Poland
Miscellanea Geographica. Regional Studies on Development, 2017, vol. 21, issue 2, 68-72
Poland joined the European Union on 1 May 2004. By 2007, this had resulted in Poland being the greatest beneficiary of the European cohesion policy due to its low per capita GDP by purchasing power parity at the voivodeship level. The scale of European Structural and Investment Funds brought the possibility for a fundamental acceleration of socio-economic growth in Polish regions. The European Union gradually modified the directions of intervention under the framework of the European cohesion policy, initially orienting this activity principally towards cohesion, but from 2010 directing it mainly towards competitiveness. Of particular significance was the Europe 2020 strategy (2010). In Poland its arrangements were deferred until the signing of the Partnership Agreement for the period 2014-2020, which established extensive support for innovation, competitiveness and the R&D sector. In the final part of the paper, conclusions and recommendations for regional policy are elaborated.
Keywords: Territorial capital; cohesion policy; less developed regions; place based policy; regional development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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