Extended Alps?

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Papers, studies, articles and interesting contributions about the Alpine Region

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Extended Alps?

Jens Badura and Bernhard Tschofen
20th Dec 2018

The relationship between inner- and perialpine regions is usually seen as a crucial factor for the success of the EUSALP strategy. Against this background, the present study analyses mutual perceptions between both regional contexts and identifies the related challenges for the implementation of EUSALP. The findings are based on semi-structured interviews with actors from alpine politics, a historical and socio-cultural analysis as well as existing topic-related research findings.

Other publications

Macro-regions of Europe: Identifying key priorities in support to the EU Macro-regional Strategies implementation: An ex-ante assessment for the Adriatic-Ionian and Alpine regions focusing on clean growth in transport and bioenergy

Action Group 9
Muntean, M., Van Dingenen, R., Monforti-Ferrario, F., Scarlat, N., Janssens-Maenhout, G., Hjorth, J., Bernabei, C., Skoniezki, P., Norcini Pala, A., Coppola, P., Vizcaino Martinez, P., Jacobs-Crisioni, C., Lavalle, C., Kompil, M., Armengaud, A., Trozzi, C
15th May 2019

Detecting multidimensional clustering across EU regions

Action Group 1
Margherita Russo, Pasquale Pavone, Francesco Pagliacci, Simone Righi and Anna Giorgi
17th Apr 2019

EUSALP Performance Indicators for buildings

Action Group 9
Moro, A., Vienot, E., Berchtold-Domig, M.: EUSALP Performance Indicators for buildings, EUSALP Action Group 9, 2018.
16th Apr 2019

NATURAL HAZARD RISK GOVERNANCE: Status Quo in the EUSALP Region

Action Group 8
Arthur Schindelegger, Arthur Kanonier
15th Apr 2019

1ST MOUNTERASMUS WORKSHOP-REPORT

Action Group 3
20th Mar 2019