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5, emphasis added). These ‘regional building blocks’ aim to foster a genuinely transnational perspective, to draw functional cooperation and territorial cohesion closer together, and to encourage collective action between public and private actors across all levels of EU governance in areas such as transportation, infrastructure, economic development, public health and environmental policy. Macro-regions or subregions are not new phenomena per se. , 2007). ) and groupings of administrative regions within a country’ (European Commission, 2009, p.
Ostrom, E. (2010) ‘Polycentric Systems for Coping with Collective Action and Global Environmental Change’, Global Environmental Change, 20: 550–7. Piattoni, S. (2009) ‘Multilevel Governance in the EU. ’, Paper presented at the ‘Sub-national Governance Workshop’, University of Konstanz, 26 June 2009. Piattoni, S. (2010) The Theory of Multi-level Governance. Conceptual, Empirical, and Normative Challenges (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Ruge, U. (2003) Die Erfindung des‘Europa der Regionen’. Kritische Ideengeschichte eines konservativen Konzepts (Frankfurt a.
Between national governments, local authorities, private business and civil society actors across a wide range of issues’ (Dwan, 2000, p. 81). 5 With regard to the place of the Baltic Sea Region – increasingly represented with a capital ‘R’ – in the system for European multilevel governance, Thomas Christiansen has already referred to this particular part of Europe in terms of a ‘meso-region’ (Christiansen, 1997) located between the European and the member states’ level. References Ágh, A. (2010) ‘Regionalisation as a Driving Force of EU Widening Recovering from the EU “Carrot Crisis” in the East’, Europe-Asia Studies, 62(8): 1239–66.