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New partnership dynamics in a changing cohesion policy context

Polverari, L. and Michie, R. and , IQ-Net (Funder) (2009) New partnership dynamics in a changing cohesion policy context. [Report]

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to investigate how the partnership principle is being implemented across the EU, with a specific focus on the role of non-governmental partners - socio-economic partners and other non-governmental bodies (such as third sector organisations, universities and R&D&I institutions). The paper will refer to these as SENGOs (Socio-Economic and other Non-Governmental Organisations).