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eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
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6 times per year
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German, English

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Volume 65 (2007): Issue 4 (July 2007)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
1869-4179
First Published
30 Jan 1936
Publication timeframe
6 times per year
Languages
German, English

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11 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

EU-Strukturpolitik 2007 + – kein wirklicher Aufbruch zu neuen Ufern!

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 1 - 2

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Nachhaltiges Wachstum, Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und Beschäftigung

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 259 - 274

Abstract

Kurzfassung

Die Strategischen Leitlinien der Europäischen Gemeinschaft für Kohäsion 2007–2013 greifen die überarbeitete EU-Agenda “Wachstum und Beschäftigung” auf Sie haben auch die neuen Strukturfondsprogramme inhaltlich beeinflusst und dort die Bedeutung von Innovation, Wissen und Unternehmertum gestärkt. Der stärker strategische Ansatz im Bereich wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und die stärkere Priorisierung bei den Fördermaßnahmen tritt dabei deutlich hervor. Ob dies einen Unterschied macht zur Lissabon-Agenda wird davon abhängen, wie die Programmziele und ebenso auch die weitere Ausführung und geforderten Änderungen in den nationalen Reformprogrammen umgesetzt werden. Und ob die Mitgliedstaaten von der Wichtigkeit der Köhäsionspolitik überzeugt werden können, hängt auch davon ab, welche Wirkung die Fonds erkennen lassen.

access type Open Access

Politik für den ländlichen Raum 2007+

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 275 - 287

Abstract

Abstract

Rural development has become an important policyfield in the European Union. The roots for this policy go back to common structural policy in agriculture and to the common structural and regional policy. The new European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development should further strengthen rural development policy in the period 2007–2013. The new perspective is in line with the changing view on the Common Agricultural Policy cutting down sector-specific market and price policy and developing an integrated policy for rural areas. Prom a scientific point of view the new policy orientation raises several questions. Rural development policy, basically, is a complex policy decision-making problem requiring sound scientific support.

access type Open Access

Die EU-Regionalpolitik im Spannungsfeld von Integration, regionaler Konvergenz und wirtschaftlichem Wachstum

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 288 - 300

Abstract

Abstract

EU regional policy – as it exists today – was established in the course of the southern enlargement, thecompletionofthe internal market and the introduction of themonetaryunion. It had been expected that poor and peripheral countries and regions could hardly draw benefits from these steps of EU integration or less than those which were already rich and located in the core of the community. Contrary to these expectations the poor countries and regions were able to catch up, in most cases considerably. It is true that presumably EU regional policy has contributed to their catching-up processes. But decisive for these processes have been the market forces which were the result of EU integration and the economic policy within the catching-up countries. Economic growth in the EU has probably not been stimulated by regional policy. Also in the current period regional policy will presumably not contribute positively to economic growth in the EU.

access type Open Access

The macro-economic impacts ofthe European Union structural policy in the convergence regions

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 301 - 314

Abstract

Abstract

The reform of the European structural policy in the late eighties confronted the European Commission and the national policy-makers with new tasks. In contrast to many other political interventions the measures of the European Structural Funds go out explicitly over short-term stabilisation and are supposed primarily to contribute to improve the supply-side conditions in the supported national economies. The promotion scheme has the target to improve of the production conditions and to contribute for the convergence of the incomes within Europe. For the analysis of the effects are applicable a multiplicity of methods, which differ according to the economical range of the effects. In this contribution we deal with some methodical aspects in particular the overall economic effects and for the Structural Fund period 2007 to 2013. We present some selected results for the recipient countries, which come from the HERMIN models. Altogether significantly positive effects show up both for the growth of the national product and employment, whereby there are significant differences across the recipient countries, which can be traced backt to the different structural conditions within these economies.

access type Open Access

Innovationsförderung durch die EU-Strukturpolitik nach 2007: neue Ansätze, alte Probleme?

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 315 - 326

Abstract

Abstract

This paper deals with options, prerequisites and planned activities to foster innovation promotion as a major instrument of EU structural funds. Due to its dependence on a specific density of agglomeration and interactions between firms, research institutes, universities, public administration and specialised intermediaries, regional innovation systems (RIS) and clusters seem to be a very promising instrument to improve the competitiveness of regions and their citizens, firms and other organizations. However, only few regions are able to implement a strategy of RIS or clusters successfully, causing additional risks of increasing disparities between economically leading and lagging regions. The plans of the European Commission for the next budget period including further instruments to promote innovation are investigated and assessed critically, and within conclusions, an argumentation is presented, why promotion of innovation will never contribute in the intensity intended by the European Commission to EU regional policy.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

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Article

access type Open Access

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Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 375 - 375

Abstract

11 Articles

Editorial

access type Open Access

EU-Strukturpolitik 2007 + – kein wirklicher Aufbruch zu neuen Ufern!

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 1 - 2

Abstract

Wissenschaftliche Beiträge

access type Open Access

Nachhaltiges Wachstum, Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und Beschäftigung

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 259 - 274

Abstract

Kurzfassung

Die Strategischen Leitlinien der Europäischen Gemeinschaft für Kohäsion 2007–2013 greifen die überarbeitete EU-Agenda “Wachstum und Beschäftigung” auf Sie haben auch die neuen Strukturfondsprogramme inhaltlich beeinflusst und dort die Bedeutung von Innovation, Wissen und Unternehmertum gestärkt. Der stärker strategische Ansatz im Bereich wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und die stärkere Priorisierung bei den Fördermaßnahmen tritt dabei deutlich hervor. Ob dies einen Unterschied macht zur Lissabon-Agenda wird davon abhängen, wie die Programmziele und ebenso auch die weitere Ausführung und geforderten Änderungen in den nationalen Reformprogrammen umgesetzt werden. Und ob die Mitgliedstaaten von der Wichtigkeit der Köhäsionspolitik überzeugt werden können, hängt auch davon ab, welche Wirkung die Fonds erkennen lassen.

access type Open Access

Politik für den ländlichen Raum 2007+

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 275 - 287

Abstract

Abstract

Rural development has become an important policyfield in the European Union. The roots for this policy go back to common structural policy in agriculture and to the common structural and regional policy. The new European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development should further strengthen rural development policy in the period 2007–2013. The new perspective is in line with the changing view on the Common Agricultural Policy cutting down sector-specific market and price policy and developing an integrated policy for rural areas. Prom a scientific point of view the new policy orientation raises several questions. Rural development policy, basically, is a complex policy decision-making problem requiring sound scientific support.

access type Open Access

Die EU-Regionalpolitik im Spannungsfeld von Integration, regionaler Konvergenz und wirtschaftlichem Wachstum

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 288 - 300

Abstract

Abstract

EU regional policy – as it exists today – was established in the course of the southern enlargement, thecompletionofthe internal market and the introduction of themonetaryunion. It had been expected that poor and peripheral countries and regions could hardly draw benefits from these steps of EU integration or less than those which were already rich and located in the core of the community. Contrary to these expectations the poor countries and regions were able to catch up, in most cases considerably. It is true that presumably EU regional policy has contributed to their catching-up processes. But decisive for these processes have been the market forces which were the result of EU integration and the economic policy within the catching-up countries. Economic growth in the EU has probably not been stimulated by regional policy. Also in the current period regional policy will presumably not contribute positively to economic growth in the EU.

access type Open Access

The macro-economic impacts ofthe European Union structural policy in the convergence regions

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 301 - 314

Abstract

Abstract

The reform of the European structural policy in the late eighties confronted the European Commission and the national policy-makers with new tasks. In contrast to many other political interventions the measures of the European Structural Funds go out explicitly over short-term stabilisation and are supposed primarily to contribute to improve the supply-side conditions in the supported national economies. The promotion scheme has the target to improve of the production conditions and to contribute for the convergence of the incomes within Europe. For the analysis of the effects are applicable a multiplicity of methods, which differ according to the economical range of the effects. In this contribution we deal with some methodical aspects in particular the overall economic effects and for the Structural Fund period 2007 to 2013. We present some selected results for the recipient countries, which come from the HERMIN models. Altogether significantly positive effects show up both for the growth of the national product and employment, whereby there are significant differences across the recipient countries, which can be traced backt to the different structural conditions within these economies.

access type Open Access

Innovationsförderung durch die EU-Strukturpolitik nach 2007: neue Ansätze, alte Probleme?

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 315 - 326

Abstract

Abstract

This paper deals with options, prerequisites and planned activities to foster innovation promotion as a major instrument of EU structural funds. Due to its dependence on a specific density of agglomeration and interactions between firms, research institutes, universities, public administration and specialised intermediaries, regional innovation systems (RIS) and clusters seem to be a very promising instrument to improve the competitiveness of regions and their citizens, firms and other organizations. However, only few regions are able to implement a strategy of RIS or clusters successfully, causing additional risks of increasing disparities between economically leading and lagging regions. The plans of the European Commission for the next budget period including further instruments to promote innovation are investigated and assessed critically, and within conclusions, an argumentation is presented, why promotion of innovation will never contribute in the intensity intended by the European Commission to EU regional policy.

Berichte aus Forschung und Praxis

Rezensionen, neue Literatur

Article

access type Open Access

Buchanzeigen

Published Online: 31 Jul 2007
Page range: 375 - 375

Abstract

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