Conditional leadership: the European Commission and European regional policy
Conditional Leadership investigates the European Commission's preferences and tactics in the development of regional policy in the European Union from its inception in 1975 to the most recent reform of 2006, concluding that the Commission has played a central role in designing the European Regional Development Fund and in continuing to shape a new Europe.
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The Creation of the ERDF
The 1979 Reform of the ERDF
The 1985 Reform of the ERDF
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