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Bache, J. (1998): The Politics of European Union Regional Policy . Sheffield Academic Press. The Politics of European Union Regional Policy

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Among European Union policies, regional policy has always been considered a key domain due to its considerable role in negotiation of interests between mem-ber countries and distribution of European Union funds. Its significance, however, is expected to increase further as soon as countries of the Central Eastern Euro-pean region join the European Union and start lobbying for the concentration of European Union resources in the area. The new member states of the EU will stand on the periphery – not only in the geographical sense, but also regarding their level of economic development.

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. (2002): The Economic Impact of Objective 1 Interventions for the Period 2000–2006. Final Report to the Directorate-General for Regional Policies . Brussels: European Commission. Beutel J

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, Brussels, 12. 09. 2007. HM Treasury (2003): A Modern Regional Policy for the United Kingdom . London: Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. Treasury H

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Policy Boldrin, M. - Canova, F. (2001): Inequality and Convergence in Europe's Regions: Reconsidering European Regional Policies. Economic Policy , 16: 206

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Objective 1 countries — 1989–2006 . Study for the Regional Policy DG of the European Commission. Brussels. Bradley J. The impact of CSF on Objective 1

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. Helmsing , A. H. J. ( 1999 ): Flexible Specialisation, Clusters and Industrial Districts and ‘Second’ and ‘Third Generation’ Regional Policies . Institute of Social Studies, Hague, Working Papers , No., 305

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Phillipe Martin [5] had developed a simple, but extremely impressive model of economic development analyzing the interaction between agglomeration and regional income inequality. The essential philosophy of Martin’s static model had been translated into a dynamical model, where it can be shown that the interdependence between agglomeration and income disparities satisfies the conditions of the Lotka-Volterra model, thus implying regular and phase-shifted cycles. By introducing the dynamics of innovation, the simple two-dimensional model will be extended to a model similar to that developed by Chiarella [3].

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Az uniós beavatkozások indokai, formái

Elméletek és empíria a konvergencia és a tőketranszferek kapcsolatáról

Társadalom és Gazdaság
Author: Zsuzsanna Trón

A közgazdasági irodalom növekedési elméleteiben nem alakult ki konszenzust afelől, hogy az országok vagy régiók növekedése hosszú távon konvergenciához vagy divergenciához vezet. Jelen tanulmányban azt vizsgáljuk meg, hogy a különbözőmegközelítések szerint hogyan lehet (halehet egyáltalán) a kiegyenlítődés felé terelni a gazdaságokat, vagy legalábbis a fejlődési különbségek enyhítésére átmenetileg milyen erőfeszítéseket érdemes tennie egy or__

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The notion of competitiveness figures nowadays frequently and centrally both in economic policy and in regional development. Current economic development programmes, in short, have been directly responsible for the increasing attention devoted to analyses of regional competitiveness. At the same time, there is a growing consensus that a single notion of competitiveness can be found to describe processes of the globalising economy for companies (microlevel), industrial sectors and regions (mesolevel) as well as for national economies (macrolevel). The standard (common) concept of competitiveness has been partly developed in order to serve as a widely accepted theoretical definition, which can be measured and also be used by economic development policies. Competitiveness is intimately bound up with successful economic development. This study reviews the conceptual background and some special aspects of competitiveness and also looks more closely at one of the basic models of enhancing regional competitiveness. First, some aspects of the standard notion of competitiveness are discussed. Then some key indicators of the competitiveness of Hungarian regions will be investigated. I shall end by introducing the so-called pyramid model, which has been designed to measure and improve regional competitiveness.

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