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Economics - European Integration | New Cohesion Policy of the European Union in Poland - How It Will Influence the Investment Attractiveness

New Cohesion Policy of the European Union in Poland

How It Will Influence the Investment Attractiveness of Regions in 2014-2020

Ambroziak, Adam A. (Ed.)

2014, IX, 136 p. 21 illus. in color.

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  • Targets three reader audiences: academics, policy and decision makers at all levels and business practitioners
  • Includes a wide-ranging analysis of different spheres of economic policies conducted within the European Union
  • Contains detailed and insightful comments and conclusions of general applicability, which ensures the universality of the book
The main objective of the book is to identify and evaluate the major changes in the Cohesion Policy of the European Union and their effects on Polish regions for the period of 2014-2020. The reader will learn how these changes result from the successful agreement on the Multiannual Financial Framework and implementation of the Europe 2020 strategy. Based on these aspects, the authors describe the main change in the Cohesion Policy of the EU, which is the renewed focus on competitiveness and skills to compete within the EU internal and the global market. The territorial approach taken by the EU with respect to entrepreneurial competitiveness is directly linked to the location attractiveness of regions.The authors argue that the new paradigm of the EU's Cohesion Policy will strengthen the focus on location attractiveness. To illustrate this case, they analyze Poland as one of the most appropriate and relevant Member States to evaluate the new rules underlying EU policies for 2014-2020, as Poland is the largest net-beneficiary of the EU budget.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Cohesion Policy - Environmental Policy - Innovation Policy - Regional Development - Regional State Aid

Related subjects » Economic Policy - Environmental / Development / Agricultural Economics - European Integration - R&D / Technology Policy - Regional / Spatial Science

Table of contents 

Review of the Literature on Determinants of the Location Attractiveness of Regions - Adam A. Ambroziak.- Effects of Cohesion Policy in Regions in  Poland – Stanisław Bienias and Tomasz Gapski.- Regional Dimension of the New EU Cohesion Policy for 2014 - 2020 – Elżbieta Kawecka-Wyrzykowska.- The Legal Framework for Regional State Aid in the European Union in 2014 - 2020 and Its Impact on the Attractiveness of Poland's Regions to Investors – Adam A. Ambroziak.- Policies Supporting Regional Innovation in Poland in 2014 - 2020: The European and National Perspective – Marzanna Weresa.- Climate and Energy Policy and Investment Attractiveness of Poland's Regions - Grażyna Wojtkowska-Łodej.- Human Capital in Polish Regions - Implications for the EU Financial Perspective 2014 – 2020 – Michał Szwabe.- The Expected Inflow of Foreign Direct Investments in Poland – Focus on Regions – Tomasz Napiórkowski.- Conclusions.

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