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Research for REGI Committee – Externalities of Cohesion Policy

Alessandro Daraio, Andrea Naldini, Roman Römisch (), Gessica Vella and Enrico Wolleb

No 437, wiiw Research Reports from The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw

Abstract: The study investigates the effects of Cohesion Policy (CP) which occur in a country other than the one in which CP resources were actually spent. The study estimates that macroeconomic spillovers significantly contribute to the impact of CP. Spillovers directed to EU countries represent around 9% of the total annual CP expenditure. Other spillovers to Non-EU countries are around 8% of the CP expenditure. Macro and micro spillovers together arrive at 21% of the annual CP expenditure, 67% of which is distributed among EU countries. Around 20% of the CP expenditure can trigger sectoral spillover effects in the environment, transport and higher education sectors. The analysis demonstrates that externalities reinforce EU growth and competitiveness without CP deserting its convergence objective.

Keywords: EU Cohesion Policy; spillovers; macroeconomics; higher education and research; transport; environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C54 C67 C68 D62 I20 O52 Q50 R50 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 133 pages including 20 Tables and 21 Figures
Date: 2019-01
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