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Title: Helsinki corridors : ways of European expansion and development
Authors: Stancu, Ion
Varzaru, Mihai
Lazarescu, Adriana
Keywords: Transportation corridors -- Europe
Transportation -- Cost effectiveness
International economic integration
Infrastructure (Economics) -- Europe
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
Citation: Stancu, I., Varzaru, M., & Lazarescu, A. (2014). Helsinki corridors : ways of European expansion and development. European Research Studies Journal, 17(2), 81-108.
Abstract: Efficient distribution of human and goods transport has always been an important element in maintaining the economic systems cohesion. Together with the economic and technological development, the purposes to attain this goal have considerably evolved. The integration of the Centre, Eastern and South-Eastern European countries’ infrastructure in the European transport networks has as a main goal the promotion of networks’ interconnection and interoperability. This is done through concentrating upon some specific infrastructure routes located on the trajectory of 10 pan-European transport corridors, which pass through geographical zones in many countries, some of them EU members, and others undergoing a process of negotiation (Turkey). Pan-European Corridors will have immediate effects like: the growth of investments in infrastructure thanks to European funds – for developing countries, this will represent an important part as it welcomes a development of the economy, especially in crises; the favouring of conditions for the functioning and administration of globalization; the growth of cooperation both among Eastern countries and between such countries and Western countries; conditions for the recovery of economic differences between West and East; conditions for the recovery of the development in accordance with the policy of European countries and other candidate countries.
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