By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
Macro-regional ideas search to enhance the interaction of the european with present regimes and associations, and foster coherence of transnational regulations. Drawing on macro-regional governance and Europeanization, this edited quantity presents an summary of techniques of macro-regionalization in Europe showing proof in their major influence.
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G. EU structural funds). Macro-regional strategies are also distinctly transnational in character, whereas SRGs are primarily intergovernmental arrangements, although non-state actors do deliver some of their agendas. SRGs should, nevertheless, certainly be recognized both as important antecedents that undoubtedly helped germinate the idea of the EU macro-regional approach and as prototypes for the envisaged kinds of cross-border collaboration. Moreover, certain groupings participated in the design and planning stages of macro-regional strategies and, from the outset, clearly planned to take part in their implementation and delivery.
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Dangerﬁeld argues that these differences are important because they can be used to explain the differing extents to which such subregional groupings contribute towards the agenda of macro-regional strategies. Irene McMaster and Arno van der Zwet review in chapter 3 the role of EU macro-regional strategies as an instrument of EU cohesion policy, as well as their design and implementation to date, and the theoretical and policy issues surrounding their use. They argue that, in theory, these strategies represent a new MLG instrument providing an opportunity for new thinking about spaces, opportunities, challenges and forms of intervention.
A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence by Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern