New technologies and regional policy:Towards the next cohesion policy framework

04-07-2018

This study aims at highlighting the importance of the territorial dimension and structures for economic growth at European level. It focuses on the role and potential of the existing cohesion policy funding in planning and implementing ICT infrastructures in the regions, and in accompanying the efforts to digitalise European economy and society. In the same context, the study also highlights the role and potential of cohesion policy funding in planning and implementing integrated science and technology parks.

This study aims at highlighting the importance of the territorial dimension and structures for economic growth at European level. It focuses on the role and potential of the existing cohesion policy funding in planning and implementing ICT infrastructures in the regions, and in accompanying the efforts to digitalise European economy and society. In the same context, the study also highlights the role and potential of cohesion policy funding in planning and implementing integrated science and technology parks.

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Jan Annerstedt (Copenhagen Business School) We are grateful to Ramón Luis Valcárcel Siso, Vice-President of the European Parliament responsible for STOA, and to Constanze Krehl and Lambert Van Nistelrooij, Members of the European Parliament - REGI Committee, who supported this study, offering their valuable contribution during the workshop, providing inputs to this publication.