2 edition of Structural funds and the 1992 program in the European Community found in the catalog.
Structural funds and the 1992 program in the European Community
International Monetary Fund.
|Statement||prepared by James Gordon.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/91/65|
|Contributions||Gordon, James., International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. --|
|Number of Pages||26|
Over 76% of the EU budget is managed in partnership with national and regional authorities through a system of "shared management", largely through 5 big funds - the Structural & Investment Funds. Collectively, these help to implement the Europe strategy. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – regional and urban development. This is why the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) were set up, now accounting for the EU’s second- largest budget item. The ESI Funds help to strengthen the Union’s economic, social and territorial cohesion and they foster growth and employment. Across Europe, for .
implementation of European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF), with an assessment of the reasons for the state of implementation and the implications. The report is based on desk-review research. It considers financial implementation in the funding. European funds (European Structural and Investment Funds) HTML. Details. The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) are the EU’s main funding programmes for .
1 – Issues of Structural Funds in European Union. 1The new member states that joined the EU in and benefited from an important financial support during the pre-accession period and from generous allocations during the post-accession financial support, through structural and cohesion funds, is for mitigating the disparities between Member States, together with the. European Commission - Press Release details page - INTRODUCTION The experience of recent years and the beginning of a new era p.2 Two major events marking the beginning of the new era p.2 THE PRINCIPLES BEHIND THE REFORM AND THEIR APPLICATION - RESULTS AND THE DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED 1. Concentration of the Funds p.3 2. Geographical concentration p
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Compensation of losers from the program would require an overhaul of the present allocation system, if not a further increase in scale. Structural Funds Cited by: 7.
Structural Funds and the Program in the European Community. [Gordon, James P.F.P.F.] -- Equity and efficiency justifications are found for the Community's Structural Funds which are discovered to be carefully targeted at depressed regions, albeit with some horizontal inequities.
The Heads of State and government decide to boost structural assistance for the period up to Community aid for disadvantaged regions is doubled.
The Treaty of the European Union enters into force. It makes cohesion a priority objective of the Union. This pioneering book provides the first systematic and critical examination of the role of the EU Structural Funds in European integration.
This issue is important because substantial sums of money are involved that are not being used effectively or efficiently. The book raises topical issues following the challenges posed by the introduction of the Euro and the planned admission of several.
the Structural Funds, covering the three listed above as of ; the Cohesion Fund, provided for by Article of the Maastricht Treaty, set up in March European Social Fund Annual Reports. Set up by the Treaty of Rome, the European Social Fund (ESF) is the oldest of the Structural Funds.
THE ROLE OF THE STRUCTURAL FUNDS: ANALYSIS OF CONSEQUENCES FOR IREb\ND IN THE CONTEXT OF John Bradlo, John Fitz GeT"ald and Ide Keamley Page iv l: Introduction I 2: h’ish Economic Development in tile European Community 3 3: Community Policy and Ireland:the CAP and EMU 27 4: The Community Support Framework: An Overview The Role of Structural Funds in Economic and Social Cohesion Process 29 3.
Objectives of the Policy of Economic and Social Cohesion The policy of economic and social cohesion of the European Union for the period has three main objectives: 1. Convergence is an objective supported by 80% of.
This study investigates the heterogeneity of European NUTS-2 regions with regard to their ability to take advantage of European Union (EU) structural funds aimed at convergence. It considers a concept of absorptive capacity based on regional pol-icy design, and additionally accounts for the programming period in the empirical analysis.
Cohesion Fund (CF) European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) Every EU region may benefit from the ERDF and ESF. However, only the less developed regions may receive support from the Cohesion Fund.
European Union Solidarity Fund. The European Union Solidarity Fund (EUSF) provides assistance in case of major natural disasters. Rodríguez-Pose A. and Fratesi U. () Between development and social policies: the impact of European Structural Funds in Objective 1 regions, Reg.
Stud 97– European regional support has grown in parallel with European integration. The funds targeted at achieving greater economic and social cohesion and reducing disparities within the European Union (EU) have more.
This report is a part of the research topic "The impact of structural funds of the European Union on rural development in the first years of membership. The general concept of supporting this development from structural funds and the Cohesion Fund in " (Wpływ funduszy strukturalnych Unii Europejskiej na rozwój regionów wiejskich w.
The Structural Funds are made up of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the European Social Fund (ESF). Together with the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund make up the great bulk of EU funding, and the majority of total EU spending.
Apart from funds under the Cohesion policy, there are other funds that have the potential. The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (in particular its guarantee section) were the major contributors of EU funds in Greece. The European Social Fund (ESF) is the third most important in amounts Fund, and its contribution has increased since (Fig.
The importance of the Cohesion Fund in funding terms (which has been created to. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Welcome to the website of the European Structural and Investment Funds in Cyprus for the period The website of the Directorate General for European Programmes, Coordination and Development (DG EPCD) provides comprehensive information regarding the Operational Programmes ‘Competitiveness and Sustainable Development’ and ‘Employment, Human Resources and Social.
The Structural Funds Database (known in short as SFD) is a system developed for the Government of Malta for the management of the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund and the Cohesion Fund, during the programming period The SFD has been developed by the Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA) and.
The reform of the European Structural Funds: entitlement or empowerment. Journal of European Public Policy: Vol.
9, No. 3, pp. Briefing on the use of European Structural and Investment Funds to support the transition from institutional care to community living for people with disabilities European Network on Independent Living – European Coalition for Community Living, April With the majority of Operational Programmes for the European Structural and Investment.
Structural Funds issues and specifically to carry out a focused review on “Performance (output/effectiveness) of the Structural Funds programmes in the areas of employment and/or environment”. Audit Plan The audit subject is an important topic of relevance to both the and Structural Funds’ programmes.
The European Social Fund (ESF) had been established infollowed by the ERDF in and subsequently the idea of structural funding grew immensely. With the accession of poorer countries – Greece, Spain and Portugal – in the s, regional funding became a key means of bringing these countries’ wealth up to the European average.
Characteristics of the Community' s structural Funds 7. Before assessing the effectiveness of the Community s structural funds, attention must be drawn to the following facts: (i) Assistance from the Funds is closely linked to national measures and policies and in fmancial terms represents only a small proportion of these.
It is therefore.The period of the Structural Funds are:, and Structural Funds and Cohesion Fund in the period of For the period, the total budget of SF was account for one third of the EU budget, or billion EUR.European Structural and Investment Funds.
The European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) are the European Union’s main funding programmes for supporting growth and jobs across EU member states. The total D2N2 ESIF allocation for is £ million for the following programmes: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) - £