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2008 | nr 1 (3) | 5--22
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Wielopoziomowe zarządzania - warianty wschodnie : wyłaniające się wzorce zarządzania rozwojem regionalnym w nowych państwach członkowskich

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Multi-Level Governance - the Eastern Versions : Emerging Patterns of Regional Developmental Governance in the New Member States
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W artykule zostały opisane pojawiające się instytucjonalne konfiguracje związane z rozwojem regionalnym, różne wzorce wielopoziomowego zarządzania w krajach Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej, na przykładzie Czech, Węgier i Polski. Warunki stawiane przez Unię Europejską oraz unijne programy przedakcesyjne, powiązane z koncepcją Europy Regionów, odegrały znaczącą rolę w zmianie, a przypadku niektórych krajów aspirujących do członkostwa, w tworzeniu regionalnych ładów instytucjonalnych. (fragment oryginalnego streszczenia)
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This paper deals with emerging configurations of developmental regionalism, different patterns of multi-level governance in the CEE countries using examples from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. EU conditionally and pre-accession programmes linked to the idea of a Europe of the Regions played considerable role in the changing, and in the case of some of the aspiring member countries, in the creating of regional institutional landscapes. While later, the same programmes became instigators of (re)centralization and re-nationalization, the interaction between uniform EU conditionality and diverse domestic conditions resulted in various emerging versions of NMG, different configurations of regionalism. (original abstract)
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