Authors: Jakša Puljiz and Hrvoje Butković
Commentary by IRMO researchers Jakša Puljiz and Hrvoje Butković on the Seventh report on economic, social and territorial cohesion has been published within POLO-Cro28 project. This commentary analyses main conclusions of the aforementioned report published by the European Commission on the 9th of October 2017. Such reports are regularly being issued every three years in order to evaluate to which extent are the EU regions coming together or drifting apart from each other and towards the EU average. The commentary is particularly focus on the changes recorded in Croatia and other new EU member states.
More about the project: POLO-Cro28 – Policy Observatory in Croatia – Jean Monnet project
The commentary is available in Croatian in the electronic form: Seventh report on economic, social and territorial cohesion: Towards reducing differences in regional development? (in Croatian)
Published with the support of the programme Erasmus+, Jean Monnet Support to InstitutionThe research for the purpose of this paper has been carried out within the framework of the ERASMUS+ Jean Monnet support to institutions project POLO-Cro28 (No. 565296-EPP-1-2015-1-HR-EPPJMO-SUPPI) with the function of the observatory of public policies in Croatia.
The study is based upon a common methodology and a multidisciplinary approach to the analysis which is to be applied to monitor six selected policy fields during the three-year implementation period of the project.More information about the project available at: http://polocro28.irmo.hr/.
The publication reflects the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.