New Borders for a Changing Europe: Cross-border Cooperation and Governance

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James Anderson, Liam O'Dowd, Thomas M. Wilson
Psychology Press, 2003 - Law - 208 pages
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Borders increasingly capture the attention of policy-makers and scholars across Europe. The deepening and widening of the European Union, the spread of Euroregions, and the creation of new states in eastern Europe since the early 1990s have thrown the changing internal and external borders of the EU into sharp relief. Globalization has brought more widespread and fundamental changes, with increased cross-border flows of goods, capital, information and people.
 

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Contents

The Changing Significance of European Borders Liam ODowd
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Spatial Economic Bordering
37
Crossborder Environmental Governance Richard Macrory
59
Building Communication
88
Crossborder Governance in
135
The Euroregion and the Maximization of Jonathan Grix
154
Crossborder Cooperation in the Upper Adriatic Milan Bufon
177
Abstracts
197
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Professor of Mathematics and Chair of Division of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of South Carolina at Spartanburg.

Edited by Irene Bellier, LAIOS-CNRS, Paris and Thomas M. Wilson, Professor of Anthropology, Binghamton University.

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