5 edition of Regional Incentives and the Quality of Mobile Investment in the Less Favoured Regions of the EC found in the catalog.
December 1, 1996
by Pergamon Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
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Regional incentives and the quality of mobile investment in the less favoured regions of the ECCited by: Regional Incentives and the Quality of Mobile Investment in the Less Favoured Regions of the EC by Ash Amin, David Bradley, Jeremy Howells, John Tomaney, Chris Gentle 1 edition - first published in Amin A, Bradley D, Howells J, Tomaney J and Gentle C () Regional incentives and the quality of mobile investment in the less favoured regions of the EC.
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depressed regions of the EC. It owes its origins in the realisation by the authors that there did not appear to be a compre-hensive assessment across the member states of the EC of the perceptions of SMEs as to the importance they give to various types of regional policy incentives in rela-tion to other factors which influence their location.
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Contact. About. Regional incentives and the quality of mobile investment in the less favoured regions of the EC. Article. Investing for Growth: Building Innovative Regions Background Report Meeting of the Territorial Development Policy Committee (TDPC) at Ministerial Level 31 March This report provides an overview of the key theoretical and policy issues that underlie debate over the future role of regional policies.
The report. INNOVATIVE RURAL REGIONS The role of human capital and technology 3 • By improving the relevance of provision. Access is of little use without relevance. There are two aspects to this: 1) Improving the balance between labour market supply and demand. It is a challenge to balance the aspirations of individuals and the needs of the regional.
This book offers cross-national evidence of the effectiveness of financial and physical incentives for regional development. It challenges the traditional wisdom that competition is harmful for regional development or can be zero-sum.
It answers questions such as: What are the effects of tax. More editions of Regional Incentives and the Quality of Mobile Investment in the Less Favoured Regions of the EC: Regional Incentives and the Quality of Mobile Investment in the Less Favoured Regions of the EC: ISBN () Softcover, Pergamon Pr, (17) The ERDF should help to redress the main regional imbalances in the Union and to reduce disparities between the levels of development of the various regions and the backwardness of the least favoured regions including those facing challenges due to the decarbonisation commitments.
ERDF support under the Investment for jobs and growth goal. Regional investment aid is not the only policy instrument available to Member States to support investment and job creation in disadvantaged regions. Member States can use other measures such as infrastructure development, enhancing the quality of education and training, or improvements in the business environment.
Tourism pressures in the EU were largely concentrated in coastal regions (principally, but not exclusively, in the Mediterranean), Alpine regions, and (capital) city regions Map 1 extends the analysis of the total number of nights spent by residents and non-residents in tourist accommodation to all NUTS level 2 regions.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION Europe Flagship Initiative Innovation Union SEC() Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. The European Social Fund (ESF) is the European Union's main financial instrument for supporting employment in the member states of the European Union as well as promoting economic and social cohesion.
ESF spending amounts to around 10% of the EU's total budget. The ESF is one of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF), which are dedicated to improving social cohesion. Regional Incentives and the Quality of Mobile Investment in the Less Favoured Regions of the EC by Ash Amin, David Bradley, Jeremy Howells, John Tomaney, Chris Gentle Abstract.
Less favoured regions in the sense of Article 3 of Directive 75//EEC comprise about 27% of the total utilised agricultural area and about 17% of all.
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It draws on material produced to support the Green Paper adopted today, which can be found.Regional Investment Trends 31 transition economies fell by 31 per cent to $63 billion as natural-resources-based MNEs, mainly from the Russian Federation, reduced their investment abroad.
Developing economies now account for more than one third of global FDI outflows, up from about just one tenth in