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Euroregion as a Tool for Sustainable Development of Border Areas: The European Experience and Ukrainian Features

Cooperation System: Concept and its Pilot Application. Uzhgorod, 2012. 128 p. RECOMMENDATION 296. Sustainable development of mountain regions and the experience of the Carpathian mountains. In Of the Congress of local and regional authorities. Electronic resource. Access mode: STUDENNIKOV, І. 2006. Transboarding cooperation and its role in process of European integration of Ukraine. In International relations of Ukraine: Sctentific Researches and Foundations, no. 15: Interdepartmental collection

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The Web of the EU'S Neighbourhood Policy: Between Bilateralism and Multilateralism

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Regional development and regional policy in the Netherlands: are there peripheral regions?

cooperation (cross-border, transnational and inter-regional cooperation). The debate on whether EU Cohesion Policy should be more geographically oriented and what the most appropriate criteria would be to decide over the allocation of Structural Funds is, however, still ongoing. The Netherlands from a European perspective: are there peripheral regions? Looking at the Netherlands from a European perspective, the country seems all but peripheral. The Netherlands are one of the most densely populated countries in Europe. While the population density in 2006 in the

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Appearance of European employment policy in the rural areas of Hungarian-Croatian border region

Slovenia-Hungary-Croatia. Mexico City: World Planning Schools Congress. Sodupe, K., 1999. ‘The European Union and Interregional Cooperation’, Regional and Federal Studies. Vol. 9 (1). Rechnitzer J., 1999. Határ menti együttműködések Európában és Magyarországon [Cross-border co-operations in Europe and Hungary]. In: Nárai, M. and Rechnitzer, J. (ed.) Elválaszt és összeköt - a határ [Separates and connects - the border]. Pécs-Győr: MTA RKK. Rechnitzer J., 2001. A határ menti regionális együttműködés

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The Challenging Task of Governing Cross-Border Investment in Peripheral Regions: Polish Investors in Northeast Germany

-22. Krätke S., Borst R., 2004. Die deutsch-polnischen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen als Chancen für die Region Berlin-Brandenburg. Perspektiven eines regionalen Kompetenzzentrums für Ost-West-Kooperation im Rahmen der EU-Osterweiterung (German-Polish economic relations as a chance for the Berlin-Brandenburg region. Perspectives of a regional centre of competence for East-West cooperation in the context of EU eastern expansion). Otto-Brenner-Stiftung, Berlin. Kuiper J., 2007. Hilfe, die Polen kommen! (Help - the Poles are comming!) www

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Towards a New Comprehensive Partnership - Economic and Trade Relations between the Gulf Cooperation Council and the European Union

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Cross-Border Co-Operation in the Euroregions at the Polish-Czech and Polish-Slovak Borders

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Causes of Regionalism. How ASEAN-China FTA Fits the (New) Wave of Regionalism?

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Opportunities and restrictions for the local-endogenous development in metropolitan areas of high industrial concentration: the case of Thriasio Pedio in Attica

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Smart Specialization and EU Eastern Innovation Cooperation: A Conceptual Approach

task: On the way towards the entrepreneurial university – A German Case Study,’ in G. Prause, U. Venesaar (eds.) University-Business Cooperation: Tallinn 2011, Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts- Verlag, pp. 52–63. Radosevic, S. (2002), ‘Regional innovation systems in Central and Eastern Europe: determinants, organizers and alignments,’ The Journal of Technology Transfer, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 87–96. Sternberg, R. (2011), ‘Interregional Disparities, Entrepreneurship, and EU Regional Policy,’ in M. Minniti (ed.) The Dynamics of

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