Cohesion policy reform and the evolving role of the council

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Abstract

The reform of Cohesion policy is a complex process within the complex polity of the European Union. Understanding how it takes place requires insight into the interplay between different institutions at EU, national and sub-national levels as well as formal and informal alliances and networks of countries, regions and interest groups. This chapter examines the way that institutions play a role in determining the financial allocations and regulations of Cohesion policy, and discusses the recalibration of inter-institutional relationships in the latest reform with important implications for the design of Cohesion policy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook on Cohesion Policy in the EU
EditorsSimona Piattoni, Laura Polverari
Place of PublicationCheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA
Publication statusPublished - 31 Aug 2016

Keywords

  • cohesion policy
  • European Union
  • member states

Cite this

Bachtler, J., & Mendez, C. (2016). Cohesion policy reform and the evolving role of the council. In S. Piattoni, & L. Polverari (Eds.), Handbook on Cohesion Policy in the EU