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public services? An empirical analysis. Local Government Studies 39(3): 435-454. Bel G., Mur M., 2009. Intermunicipal cooperation, privatization and waste management costs: Evidence from rural municipalities. Waste Management 29: 2772-2778. Bel G., Warner M.E., 2013. Factors explaining inter-municipal cooperation in service delivery: A meta-regression analysis. Paper presented at Public Management research Association Conference. Madison, WI, june 22, 2013. Bel G., Warner M., 2015. Inter-municipal cooperation and costs: Expectations and evidence. Public Administration

INTRODUCTION Inter-municipal cooperation (IMC) is an ongoing issue in the structure of public administration in many countries, with particular interest in those settings with high levels of municipal fragmentation ( Soukopová & Vaceková, 2018 ). Although IMC has been explored in light of numerous economic, geographic, spatial, political, and institutional settings, questions remain about the suitability of this approach for providing public services and the extent to which it is generally accepted and considered to be advantageous by local officials. The

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Introduction Inter-municipal cooperation (IMC) is seen as a possible way to achieve additional benefits, increase capacity to deliver services, harvest economies of scale, sometimes as an escape from the amalgamation of smaller municipalities ( Teles 2016 ; Teles & Swianiewicz 2018 ). Cooperation between local governments as a means to achieve additional gains or a method to respond to problems of coordination was already present (e.g. in public choice theory) in the 1950s. The “reform theory” suggested it as a preferred institutional solution for metropolitan

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Seit dem Jahr 2009 existiert in der Region Halle/Leipzig eine über die Landesgrenze zwischen Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt reichende, freiwillige Kooperation der Städte und Gemeinden bei der Gewerbeflächenentwicklung. Der Beitrag beleuchtet den bisherigen Kooperationsprozess, benennt wichtige Meilensteine der Zusammenarbeit, wie etwa die Bewertung des regionalen Flächenpotenzials, und stellt die derzeit existierenden Arbeits- und Kommunikationsstrukturen dar. Kernstück des Artikels bildet die Einordnung des Fallbeispiels in die Debatte um „Regional Governance“, bei der konzeptionelle Merkmale und tatsächliche Ausprägungen gegenübergestellt werden. Aus der Analyse werden allgemeine Erkenntnisse gezogen sowie Schlussfolgerungen für den künftigen Kooperationsprozess in der Region Halle/Leipzig abgeleitet.