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Ex post evaluation of the management and implementation of cohesion policy 2000-06 (ERDF)

Bachtler, J.F. and Polverari, Laura and Oraze, H. and Clement, K. and Gross, F. and McMaster, I. and Todtling-Schonhofer, H. and Naylon, I. and , European Commission, Brussels (Funder) (2008) Ex post evaluation of the management and implementation of cohesion policy 2000-06 (ERDF). [Report]

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Abstract

This report has been drafted by the European Policies Research Centre (University of Strathclyde) as part of an ex post evaluation of the management and implementation systems for Cohesion policy, 2000-06, which has been commissioned by DG REGIO and which is being managed by EPRC and Metis (Vienna) under European Commission contract no: 2007.CE.16.0.AT.034. The report provides an overview of the main features of management and implementation systems across the EU25 in the 2000-06 period (2004-06 for the EU10) and has been drafted by Professor John Bachtler, Laura Polverari and Frederike Gross, with assistance from Dr Sara Davies and Ruth Downes. The research is based on studies of individual countries undertaken by EPRC together with national experts from each of the EU25 Member States. The authors are grateful for helpful comments from the DG REGIO Evaluation Unit and Geographical Units, in particular Anna Burylo, Veronica Gaffey and Kai Stryczynski. Any errors or omissions remain the responsibility of the authors.