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An Assessment of Multilevel Governance in Cohesion Policy 2007-2013 : Volume 1, Study

Radzyner, A and Todtling-Schonhofer, H and Frangenheim, A and Mendez, Carlos and Bachtler, John and Charles, David and Granqvist, Kaisa (2014) An Assessment of Multilevel Governance in Cohesion Policy 2007-2013 : Volume 1, Study. [Report]

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Abstract

This study provides an in-depth analysis of Multi-Level Governance in Cohesion Policy in the programming period of 2007-2013. It begins by examining the evolution of the concept and previous practices of implementing Multi-Level Governance in Cohesion Policy across the EU. It then provides a comparative analysis of partnership-working in nine programme case studies during the programming period and across the various stages of the policy cycle. The study identifies the advantages and disadvantages of partnership-working and formulates strategic and operational recommendations in the context of the preparation of the 2014-2020 programming period.