Regional Convergence in Portugal: Policy Impacts (1990-2001)
Miguel de Freitas (),
Francisco Torres (),
Celeste Amorim (),
Annette Bongardt (),
Ricardo Silva and
Marta Ferreira Dias ()
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Ricardo Silva: Universidade de Aveiro
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Celeste Marias Dias Amorim Varum
No 35, Working Papers de Economia (Economics Working Papers) from Departamento de Economia, Gestão e Engenharia Industrial, Universidade de Aveiro
In this study we look at whether the seven Portuguese NUTS II regions have been able to share equally in the country’s overall growth or whether there have been asymmetries and divergences in their growth patterns. We assess the regional impact of a wide range of Portuguese domestic policies on cohesion. We focus mainly on regional economic cohesion, although social cohesion effects are also considered. As in the case of Portugal structural operations within the community framework programmes and national efforts were highly intertwined, we also contrast the impact of Community policies in two regions.
Keywords: Portugal; European Union; Regional Convergence; Cohesion; National Policies; Structural Funds; Institutions. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O18 O22 O23 O38 O52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 142 pages
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