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Uwe Altrock

Neuss, B.; lurczek, P.; Hilz, W. (Hrsg.) (1999): Transformationsprozesse im südlichen Mitteleuropa – Ungarn und Rumänien. Tübingen: Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung. Neuss B. lurczek P. Hilz W. 1999 Transformationsprozesse im südlichen Mitteleuropa – Ungarn und Rumänien Tübingen: Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung Peters, D. (2006): Planning for a Sustainable Europe? Berlin: TU Berlin. Peters D. 2006 Planning for a Sustainable Europe? Berlin: TU Berlin Petkevicius, A. (2005): Lithuania. In: Kempen, R. v.; Vermeulen, M.; Baan, A.: Urban

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Stefan Greiving, Mark Fleischhauer, Timo Tarvainen, Philipp Schmidt-Thomé and Jaana Jarva

though the result of +19 for these nine cause-effect chains remains only fictional without looking at a concrete region, it becomes clear that the overall territorial effect of the civil protection policy can be estimated as quite positive. There are only minor possible conflicts and opponents, and the acceptance of this policy element generally seems to be very high. The results of the TIA applying the equation as displayed in Figure 2 are shown at the NUTSO level on Maps 1 , 2 and 3 . According to the TIA, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Hungary, Lithuania

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Sustainable Growth, Competitiveness and Employment

Will EU Cohesion Policy Deliver on the Lisbon Strategy?

John Bachtler and Irene McMaster

); social cohesion (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Lithuania and Portugal); balanced territorial development/sustainable development (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden). In assessing the content of the NSRFs, several observations can be made. First, the statements of strategic intent tend to be rather generic. All of the NSRFs make strong commitments to the importance place on the Lisbon Strategy, but in many cases the stated goals are unquantified and presented without a