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2016 | 14 | nr 3 | 7--24
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Where Do Cohesion Policy Funds Flow and Do They Have any Impact? The Polish Lesson

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Ukierunkowanie absorpcji środków polityki spójności i ich wpływ na rozwój społeczno-gospodarczy? Polskie doświadczenia
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W artykule przedstawiono wyniki analizy zróżnicowania skali i struktury inwestycji współfinansowanych ze środków UE i dokonano oceny ich zgodności z potrzebami węzłów rozwoju i peryferii rozwojowych w Polsce (największym nowym, post-socjalistycznym kraju członkowskim UE ). W pracy podjęto próbę odpowiedzi na pytanie dotyczące stopnia dopasowania ukierunkowania interwencji polityki regionalnej środkami UE do zidentyfikowanych czynników rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczego oraz ich tworzenia i wzmacniania. Wartością dodaną pracy jest kompleksowa analiza przestrzennych zróżnicowań rozwojowych, czynników rozwoju i kapitałów terytorialnych oraz kierunków interwencji polityki rozwoju w Polsce. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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This article sums up the results of analyses of the differences of scale and structure of investments partly financed by EU funds and evaluates their compliance with the needs of the nodes of development and development peripheries in Poland, the largest, new, post-socialist EU Member State. The analysis evaluates how development factors correspond to the directions of intervention of regional policies related to their creation and enhancement. Their added value stems from a comprehensive analysis of the relations between developmental differences, the unique factors determined by different territorial capitals and the directions of interventions of development policy in Poland. (original abstract)
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  • Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
  • Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
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