Regional development policies in EFTA.

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Regional development policies in EFTA. Geneva, (OCoLC) Online version: European Free Trade Association. Regional development policies in EFTA. Geneva, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: European Free Trade Association.

Regional development is a broad term but can be seen as a general effort to reduce regional disparities by supporting (employment and wealth-generating) economic activities in regions. In the past, regional development policy tended to try to achieve these objectives by means of large-scale infrastructure development and by attracting inward.

Chapter 1. Regional Development Policy Trends in OECD Member Countries. Chapter 1 summarises the trends of regional development policies in OECD member countries, beginning Regional development policies in EFTA.

book problem recognition (the problems or challenges recognised by the country) and the objectives of regional development policies, followed by an overview of the legal and. Regional policy is the sum of a series of policies formulated according to regional differences to coordinate regional relations and regional macro operation mechanism, which affects regional development at the macro level.

It includes regional economic policy, regional social policy, regional environmental policy, regional political policy, regional cultural policy, etc.

Get this from a library. Industrial mobility: an examination of industrial mobility in the context of regional policies in EFTA countries. [EFTA Economic Development Committee.].

Regional investment and solidarity. The EU invests locally through its regional policy. Addressed to all EU regions and cities, it contains measures to boost economic growth and jobs and improve quality of life through strategic investment. The bedrock of regional development policies should be spatially blind provision Regional development policies in EFTA.

book essential public services and balanced regulation of land, labour, and product markets. On this foundation of common institutions, well-chosen investments in connective infrastructure should be used to reduce the distance of people to prospering places.

Regional Development: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications presents a vital compendium of research detailing the latest case studies, architectures, frameworks, methodologies, and research on regional development.

With over chapters from authors from around the world, this three volume collection presents the most sophisticated. Aiming to deliver a new synthesis of regional development issues at the crossroads between ‘post-socialism’ and ‘post-transition’, this book identifies the main driving forces of spatial restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe, and charts the different regional development paths which take shape against the backdrop of post-crisis.

The support of under-developed regions is the declared goal of the European Union regional policy. To realize social and economic cohesion all around the EU is still a real and very difficult. This report takes stock of discussions held between academics and country practitioners during a series of seminars organised in by the OECD and the European Commission that focused on opportunities to improve the design and delivery of regional development policies.

Economic theories and endogenous regional development policies (Vazquez Barquero, ) Torre A., Wallet F.,Regional Development in Rural Areas.

Analytical tools and Public. See, among many others, J. Françis and M. Pillai, “Regional ‘Economic Disparities,’ Regional Development Policies in Canada,” in Regional Poverty and Change (Ottawa: Canadian Council on Rural Development, ), pp. – Google ScholarCited by: Economic Council () Regional development and regional policy in Finland-summary of the working group report.

Prime Minister’s Office Publications /2, Helsinki Google Scholar European Policies Research Centre () Regional policies in Cited by: Regional Development Policy: A Case Study of Venezuela. John Friedmann.

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The second part examines regional and country-specific agreements and issues, including NAFTA, CARICOM, CETA, the Pacific Alliance, the European Union, EFTA, ECOWAS, SADC, TTIP, RCEP and the TPP (now the CPTPP), as well. a Regional planning z Venezuela. 2 lcsh: 2: a Joint Center for Urban Studies.

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There are four main types of regional economic integration. Free trade area. This is the most basic form of economic cooperation. Member countries remove all barriers to trade between themselves but are free to independently determine trade policies with nonmember nations.

An example is the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Customs. The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is a regional trade organization and free trade area consisting of four European states: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.

The organization operates in parallel with the European Union (EU), and all four member states participate in the European Single Market and are part of the Schengen Area. They are not, Largest city: Oslo, 59°56′N 10°41′E / °N.

This report takes stock of discussions between academics and country practitioners on opportunities to improve the design and delivery of regional development policies in a series of seminars organised during by the OECD and the European Commission.

The second part examines regional and country-specific agreements and issues, including NAFTA, CARICOM, CETA, the Pacific Alliance, the European Union, EFTA, ECOWAS, SADC, TTIP, RCEP and the TPP (now the CPTPP), as well as the policies of countries such as Japan and : Robert E.

Looney. In addition to contributions with individual emphasis on regional policy in Korea, the book compares, contrasts and extends regional policy thought in the European Union and other Asian countries. Long-term Strategies for Regional Development Policies in Korea; Fiscal Policy and Regional Development Young Geol Lee.

You do not have Author: Young Geol Lee. regions. This paper reviews the impact of EU policies for regional development to draw lessons of interest to other countries pursuing similar goals.

The paper concludes that policies that serve to create an internal common market by creating a level playing field that enables poorer regions to integrate with the broader nationalCited by: Notes on Singapore's Development Strategy Maria Mondeja the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the EU-Singapore FTA.

This European Free Trade Association. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is composed of the 10 member states of the ASEAN and sixAuthor: Maria Mondeja.

Via a comparative analysis of regional development issues in Australia and Canada, the unit explores the factors underlying uneven regional development and, in doing so, teaches a range of practical diagnostic skills and techniques that can be applied by governments and non-government organisations in order to foster successful and sustainable.

Types of Regional Dev Policies Central intervention for regional balance Common market (economic union) Fiscal equalization “Regional development policies have failed in almost all countries to reduce regional inequalities” – Raja Shankar & Anwar Shah ().

EFTA also provided a platform for future negotiations with the EC on a Western European free trade area. In two EFTA members, the United Kingdom and Denmark, became members of the EC. Like the other remaining EFTA countries, Sweden signed a Author: Per Magnus Wijkman.

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Creating partnerships The Norwegian Association for Local and Regional Authorities – KS is a donor programme partner in this area and can facilitate partnerships for Norwegian entities that wish to become partners in. Poland is the top temporary labour migration destination, followed by the United States.

In the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) area, workers “posted” by their employers to work in other EU/EFTA member states represented the main channel for temporary workers, with almost million postings. Regional disparities have increased over time in terms of economic, social and infrastructure development.

Thus there is greater need for public action to address this problem. Planning process in this regard supported the importance of balanced regional development and adopted many policies for the reduction of regional Size: KB.National Policy for Regional Development: Evidence from Appalachian Highways Taylor Jaworskiy Carl T.

Kitchensz Octo Abstract How e ective are policies aimed at integrating isolated regions? We answer this question using the construction of a highway system in one of the poorest regions in the United States.3. Appropriate development policies typically exhibit high degrees of complementarity.

One rea-son behind context-specificity is the presence of prerequisites for policies to work appropriately. Policy can work or fail depending on the presence of those prerequi-sites and the feasibility of implementing the entire package.

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