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References 1. Barca F. (2009), An agenda for a reformed cohesion policy. A place-based approach to meeting European Union challenges and expectations. Independent report prepared at the request of Danuta Hübner, Commissioner for Regional Policy, April. 2. Boni M. (2009), (red.) Polska 2030. Wyzwania rozwojowe. KPRM, Warszawa. 3. Boni M.(2013), (red.) Długookresowa Strategia Rozwoju Kraju. Polska 2030. Trzecia fala nowoczesności. MAC (Ministerstwo Administracji i Cyfryzacji), Warszawa. 4. Czapiński J., Panek T. (2013), (red.) Diagnoza społeczna 2013. Rada

References A new partnership for cohesion - convergence, competitiveness, cooperation (2004). Third Report on Economic and Social Cohesion, European Commission, Luxembourg. Barca, F. (2009). An Agenda for a Reformed Cohesion Policy, A Place-Based Approach to Meeting European Union Challenges and Expectations , Independent Report, April. Boldrin, M., Canova, F. (2001). Inequality and convergence in Europe's regions: reconsidering European regional policies, Economic Policy , No. 32, Centre for Economic Policy Research, April. Efekty polityki spójności UE w

of national economic development. One of the objectives of Poland’s accession to the European Union was to accelerate modernisation and development processes nationally, regionally and locally. Cohesion policy measures provide a way to support these modernisation processes, and cities, especially those that should function as “development locomotives”, play a particular role in this regard. The study aims to assess the importance of EU cohesion policy funds for urban development in Poland. The article uses cities with poviat status, which are a special kind of

cohesion My Region, My Europe, Our Future, Available at: https://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docoffic/official/reports/cohesion7/7cr.pdf European Commission, 2014, Introduction to EU cohesion policy 2014-2020. Available at: https://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/informat/basic/basic_2014_ro.pdf Consolidated Version of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Available at: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:12012E/TXT&from=EN https://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/informat/basic/basic_2014_en

References Barca, F 2009, An Agenda for a Regional Cohesion Policy. A place based approach to meeting European Union challenges and expectations, Independent Report prepared at the request of D. Huebner, Commissioner for Regional Policy, Brussels. Camagni, R 2008, ‘Regional Competitiveness: Towards a Concept of Territorial Capital’, in Modelling regional scenarios for the enlarged Europe, eds R Camagni, R Capello, B Chizzolini & U Fratesi, Springer, Berlin, pp. 33-48. Capello, R 2011, ‘Location, Regional Growth and Local Development Theories’, Aestimum, vol. 58

-planned economies. The turn of the previous and current centuries was a time of socio-economic transformation and integration with the European and global economy – in particular, with the European Union (EU). At that time, a new role was given to regional authorities that gained administrative and financial tools to pursue autonomous development policies. It brought many opportunities, but also new challenges to the regions of CEECs. The main aim of the paper is to explain the development patterns of CEE regions and to examine the effects of EU Cohesion Policy – the primary

India: convergence or divergence? Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, (37 (3)), 384-407. Dall’erba, S. & Le Gallo, J. (2008). Regional convergence and the impact of European structural funds 1989-1999: A spatial econometric analysis. Papers in Regional Science, (87(2)), 219-44. De Freitag M., Pereira F., & Torres F. (2003). Quality of national institutions and Objective 1 status. Intereconomics, September/October, 270-275. De la Fuente, A. (2003). Does Cohesion Policy Work? Some General Considerations and Evidence from Spain. In: B. Funck & L. Pizzati, eds, European

and Eastern Europe’, European Urban and Regional Studies , 7, pp. 159–174. BACHTLER, J. and GORZELAK, G. (2007), ‘Reforming EU Cohesion Policy’, Policy Studies , 28, pp. 309–326. BACHTLER, J. and MENDEZ, C. (2007), ‘Who Governs EU Cohesion Policy? Deconstructing the Reforms of the Structural Funds’, Journal of Common Market Studies , 45, pp. 535–564. BALÁZS, P. (2014), ‘Közeledés vagy távolodás?’ Közgazdasági Szemle , LXI, pp. 350–362. BARCA, F. (2009), An Agenda for a Reformed Cohesion Policy. A place-based approach to meeting European Union challenges and

Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Jovančević, R., & Globan, T. (2014). The impact of the EU Cohesion Policy on the regional convergence process of the new member states in the European Union. In: G. A. Papadopoulos, P. H. Ketikidis, & S. A. Kofteros (eds.), The 7th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development ICEIRD 2014 Proceedings, pp. 384-393. Nicosia: ICEIRD. Lessman, C. (2013). Regional Inequality and Internal Conflict. CESIFO WORKING PAPER No. 4112. Lopez, J. H., & Perry, G. (2008). Inequality in Latin America: Determinants and

. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. European Commission. (2006). Community Strategic Guidelines for Cohesion policy. European Commission. Regional Policy - Employment, Social Affair and Equal Opportunities. Retrieved from http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social European Commission. Regional Policy - InfoRegio. Dostupné na http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy Eurostat. (2007). Eurostat regional yearbook 2007. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. ISSN 1681-9306. Eurostat. Retrieved from http