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Cross-Border Cooperation Projects under INTERREG in the EU-15 Member States in 2000–2020
Cross-Border Cooperation Projects under INTERREG in the EU-15 Member States in 2000–2020

Author(s): Aleksandra Borowicz, Marta PACHOCKA
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Geography, Regional studies, Regional Geography, Political Sciences, Governance
Published by: Editura Universitatii din Oradea
Keywords: border cooperation; INTERREG; European Union; EU Member States; EU-15;

Summary/Abstract: The European integration process has already played an important role in reducing the negative consequences of territorial, legal, and administrative discontinuities in border regions and in developing the socio-economic potential of cross-border areas in the EU. This is primarily within the scope of cohesion policy and is well reflected in financial tools such as INTERREG. The aim of this paper is to present the main areas of financial support under cross-border projects within the framework of INTERREG in the EU-15 Member States in 2000–2020. The paper consists of two main parts, the first of which introduces the issue of cross-border cooperation in Europe with a special focus on the INTERREG programme, followed by an analysis of INTERREG Cross-Border Cooperation projects implemented in the EU-15 in the analysed period.

  • Issue Year: 27/2019
  • Issue No: 27-28
  • Page Range: 65-83
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: English