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Recent regional policy developments in the member states and Norway

Yuill, D.M. (2010) Recent regional policy developments in the member states and Norway. [Report]

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This paper aims to provide a comparative review of recent regional policy developments in the countries of the EU and Norway, concentrating particularly on the period of 2007. The papers has been prepared by the European Policies Research Centre (EPRC) under the aegis of EoRPA (European Regional Policy Research Consortium), which is a grouping of national government authorities from countries across Europe. The Consortium provides sponsorship for the EPRC to undertake regular monitoring and comparative analysis of teh regional policies of European countries and the inter-relationships with EU Cohesion and Competition policies.