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The Barents Euro-Arctic Region and European spatial planning for sustainable development / Ulf Wiberg.

Title: The Barents Euro-Arctic Region and European spatial planning for sustainable development / Ulf Wiberg.
Author(s): Wiberg, Ulf.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
In: Barents Region revisited. (1998.),
Abstract: Alternative concepts of cross-border spatial planning are discussed. Dimensions of barrier in BEAR include power blocs, cultural and ethnical friction, climate, differences in technical standards and weak infrastructure. Four key principles of EU regional policy are described. These led to two "Interreg" programmes involving BEAR. Author concludes that BEAR goals are unrealistic. To function in region-building, there must be large degree of local initiative and participation, not current government takeover of local initiatives and felt needs.
Notes:

In: The Barents Region revisited / Geir Flikke, ed.

Keywords: 3 -- Social sciences.
32 -- Politics.
33 -- Economics.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 146852

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