By Adam A. Ambroziak
The major target of the ebook is to spot and assessment the foremost alterations within the team spirit coverage of the eu Union and their results on Polish areas in the course of 2014 - 2020. The reader will learn the way those adjustments consequence from the winning contract at the Multiannual monetary Framework and implementation of the Europe 2020 technique. in response to those elements, the authors describe the most switch within the harmony coverage of the ecu, that's the renewed specialize in competitiveness and talents to compete in the ecu inner and the worldwide marketplace. The territorial procedure taken through the european with appreciate to entrepreneurial competitiveness is at once associated with the positioning acceptance of areas. The authors argue that the recent paradigm of the european' s harmony coverage will improve the point of interest on place reputation. to demonstrate this example, they examine Poland as some of the most applicable and correct Member States to guage the hot principles underlying european rules for 2014 - 2020, as Poland is the most important net-beneficiary of the ecu budget.
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When examining the effectiveness of regional policy, two things should keep in mind: (1) while aggregated indicators are useful instruments for public policy evaluation, they do not present a full picture and could miss details crucial for the effectiveness of the public intervention; (2) the real impact of public policy is measured by a counterfactual approach, reflected in asking whether the positive changes caused by an intervention would have occurred in the absence of such intervention (net effect).
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