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Regional conditions in the candidate countries in relation to ESDP objectives

Kunkel, K and Mcmaster, Irene and Zillmer, S (2004) Regional conditions in the candidate countries in relation to ESDP objectives. Working paper. IRS Leibniz - Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Leibniz.

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Abstract

This paper is based on interim results of the EPSON project, 'Pre-accession aid impact analysis', led by the IRS. The project draws on empirical research concerning processes of regional differentation in central and eastern Europe and the impacts of EU policies in these countries.