A régiók fejlődése és a szubnacionális mobilizáció az Európai Unióban

Subnational mobilisation was one of the most outstanding features of the European internal policy of the 1990s. The phenomenon is reflected by two, mutually reinforcing factors. On the one hand, the 1988 reform of the Structural Funds and several provisions and principles of TEU created new opportun...

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Main Author: Dömök Csilla
Format: Article
Published: 2020
Series:Közép-európai közlemények 13 No. 1-2
Kulcsszavak:Együttműködés - európai - 20-21. sz., Kohéziós politika - Európai Unió, Területfejlesztés - Európai Unió
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/70207
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Summary:Subnational mobilisation was one of the most outstanding features of the European internal policy of the 1990s. The phenomenon is reflected by two, mutually reinforcing factors. On the one hand, the 1988 reform of the Structural Funds and several provisions and principles of TEU created new opportunities for regions to become involved in the European politics; on the other hand, processes and theoretical debates towards the territorial decentralisation of power within Member States, as well as the openness and activism of regions in the area of structural and cohesion policy expressed more and more pronounced needs of enforcement of their rights. The opportunities and demands, the “Europe of the regions”, the concept of a “Three-tier Europe” together with the EU becoming a multi-level governance system collectively constitute the conditionality of subnational mobilisation. The phenomenon can be summarised as follows: the regions within the state and at Community level, by the concurrent use of institutional and informal tools, are increasingly becoming involved and are increasingly becoming involved and are increasingly shaping the EU institutions and their decision-making processes.
Physical Description:279-288
ISSN:1789-6339