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Title: The ESPON 2013 programme : the development of the islands – European islands and cohesion policy (EUROISLANDS)
Authors: Spilanis, Ioannis
Kizos, Thanasis
Biggi, Michael
Vaitis, Michalis
Kokkoris, Giorgos
Lekakou, Maria
Pallis, Thanassis
Vayanni, Lena
Koulouri, Maria
Margaris, Konstantinos
Koukourouvli, Nikoletta
Vangelas, Giorgos
Stefanidaki, Evangelia
Toudal, Mikkel
Ioannidis, Dimitri
Baldacchino, Godfrey
Azzopardi, Rose Marie
Keywords: States, Small -- Case studies
Island state
Developing island countries -- Economic conditions
Regionalism -- European Union countries
European Union countries -- Economic policy
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: ESPON
Citation: Spilanis,I., Kizos, T., Biggi, M., Vaitis, M., Kokkoris, G., Lekakou, M.,… Azzopardi, R. M. (2013). The ESPON 2013 programme : the development of the islands – European islands and cohesion policy (EUROISLANDS). Targeted analysis final report.
Abstract: The report was accepted by the ESPON Monitoring Committee as it demonstrates interesting outputs and observations on the situation and development of the European islands. The report raises awareness of the specificities and diversity of this specific type of territories and takes into consideration the current policy debate related to European Cohesion Policy. The revised version of the Final Report has been considered meeting the minimum demands in contractual terms. However, some case studies raised comments from individual stakeholders involved. Some improvements requested were not implemented to their entire satisfaction as part of the revision of the Final Report. It was felt that the case studies could have been better used and integrated in the analysis, making the report richer, more precise and evidence based, enhancing its narrative.
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