• Project:

    Analysis of the Main Factors of Regional Growth: An in-depth study of the best and worst performing European regions

  • Duration: 2008 - 2011
  • Aim:

    The primary aim of the study is to deepen understanding of economic development in the EU regions through identifying the regions that have performed well and those that have performed poorly over recent years, to analyse the factors underlying these differences in performance by econometric means as well as through case studies of selected regions and to draw our the policy implications.

  • Partners: Cambridge Econometrics (UK), Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) (AT)
  • Client: European Commission – DG Regional and Urban Policy
  • Contact: Lydia Greunz