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|Titolo:||Towards a 'Wide Area Co-operation': The Economic Rationale and Political Feasibility of the Adriatic Euroregion|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Autori interni:||BRAMANTI, ALBERTO|
|Autori:||Alberto Bramanti; Paolo Rosso|
|Titolo del libro:||Europe's Changing Regional Geography|
|Tutti i curatori:||Nicola Bellini, Ulrick Hilpert|
|Abstract:||The ‘wide area co-operation’ is the ultimate challenge of the trans-national co-operation process in Europe, a process which follows a progression from cross border co-operation (mark I), through aspatial networks of regions (mark II), towards wide area co-operation (mark III), a declination which assumes some elements from the first two models, blending them. The Chapter looks at the perspective of the Adriatic Euroregion (AE from now on) from this point of view, showing that the AE is a ‘school case’ on which the attention of Europe is focused along four different perspectives: i) AE as an area of contact, enlargement and integration; ii) an area ensuring a lasting peace rooted in development, democracy, and quality of live; iii) an area sharing common knowledge which enables to identify complementarieties in the differentiations; and iv) finally an area sharing a strong political involvement. Next section focuses on the sea which may represent an absolute competitive advantage for this Euroregion; the Adriatic Sea, in fact, is not only an unifying element from a physical-geographical point of view, but from a substantial point of view it expresses many declinations of contents shared from its adjacent territories. Five main issues contribute to build the absolute advantage of the Euroregion: i) the sea as a complex ecosystem; ii) the fishing and economic activities; iii) the sea as a key resource for tourism; iv) the sea as space and context for transport and traffics; and v) the whole nautical productive sector. Next the chapter devotes attention to the governance issue which follows a top-down approach with the political commitment on top (the Regions Presidents’ lobby) followed by operative coordination (a Permanent Secretariat) and, finally, the right attention to the production of ‘contents’: not the simply coordination of projects but the identification of some strategic priorities for the wide area. Finally, the Chapter highlights the agenda for success of the wide area co-operation, stressing a twofold suggestion: a clear political vision and a consistent strategic perspective. The final result is a mixture of a top-down approach – the political and strategic perspective – and a bottom-up initiative, that one of solicitation of civil society forces to be supported and helped to co-operate within a solid and accessible coordination frame.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||20 - Contributo in volume Capitolo o Saggio Scientifico|
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