By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
Macro-regional techniques search to enhance the interaction of the european with present regimes and associations, and foster coherence of transnational guidelines. Drawing on macro-regional governance and Europeanization, this edited quantity offers an outline of techniques of macro-regionalization in Europe exhibiting facts in their major effect.
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It seeks to come to grips with a relatively recent phenomenon in EU territorial cooperation and provides a theoretically informed and consistent approach to analysing Stefan Gänzle and Kristine Kern 15 individual macro-regions. The purpose is threefold: ﬁrst, to analyse the development of macro-regions as well as the place of macro-regional strategies in contemporary EU cohesion policy; second, to discuss theoretical approaches based in political science and planning – such as MLG, Europeanization and rescaling – relevant to the understanding of macro-regions in Europe; and third, to provide a thorough assessment of the impact of existing and emerging macro-regional strategies as well as processes of macro-regionalization in Europe more broadly.
Flexibility and interchangeability of labels are to be expected, but for the entities under scrutiny here, ‘subregional’ seems most apt. As Petritsch and Solioz point out, ‘while some authors treat “regional cooperation” and “subregional cooperation” as synonymous, others distinguish between (broad) regional and subregional cooperation: the ﬁrst referring to wider regional processes (at the level of the EU or at the pan-European level of the Council of Europe and the OSCE); the latter to cooperative schemes in a distinct and limited Martin Dangerﬁeld 31 area’ (Petritsch and Solioz, 2008, 19–20).
2011) ‘Governance for Sustainable Development in the Baltic Sea Region’, Journal of Baltic Studies, 42(1): 67–81. Kern, K. (2014) ‘Climate Governance in the EU Multi-level System: The Role of Cities’, in I. Weibust and J. Meadowcroft (eds) Multilevel Environmental Governance Managing Water and Climate Change in Europe and North America (Cheltenham and Northampton: Edward Elgar), 111–30. Kern, K. and Bulkeley, H. (2009) ‘Cities, Europeanization and Multi-level Governance Governing Climate Change through Transnational Municipal Networks’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 47(1): 309–32.
A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence by Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern