Spatial Foresight staff members are actively publishing their research results to make them available to a wider public. This can be in form of joint Spatial Foresight briefs, graphics or individual articles in various academic and professional journals, book chapters or sometimes even a book.

Spatial Foresight Briefs

Spatial Foresight Briefs, present key findings from some of our project to a wider public. These very short and focussed papers on current themes are easy to access by policy makers and researchers alike.

The future of Europe. And its territories? A response to the EC White Paper on the future of Europe

Spatial Foresight published a policy paper as a response to the EC White Paper on the future of EU 27 by 2025. In a time of an evolving world, the European Union finds itself in the middle of several crises and needs to take a decision on what future to choose. The EC White Paper presents five possible scenarios for the future of EU27 and aims to initiate a debate and discussion about which path to take. It however ignores the territorial effects that these scenarios have on European regions and cities. The Spatial Foresight position paper gives a response to that and points at some possible territorial implications for each of the five scenarios of the White Paper. The aim is to raise awareness and launch another debate, this time highlighting that territory still matters when aiming at designing desirable futures for the EU and its citizens. You download and read the paper here.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2017:7 The future of Europe. And its territories? A response to the EC White Paper on the future of Europe

The GOA tool: Assessment of macro regional governance systems

This Spatial Foresight Brief first seeks to explain the characteristics and added value of macro regional strategies in the European Union. Second, it explores the specific challenges that arise from this kind of new and more complex types of multi-level governance, linking theoretical insights to practical requirements. Based on these assumptions, a new tool to map and monitor governance systems is presented: the Governance Assessment Scorecard (GOA). This tool offers the opportunity to study in a more detailed and comparable manner different multi-level governance arrangements, thus drawing conclusions for future support to macro regional governance structures.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2016:6 The GOA tool: Assessment of macro regional governance systems

Potentials & limits of the EGTC instrument for enhancing integration across border

This Spatial Foresight Brief derives from the results of the study “Potentials for transnational and cross-border partnerships by using the EGTC instrument” (original title: "Potenziale für transnationale und grenzüberschreitende Partnerschaften durch Nutzung des Instruments der EVTZ") carried out for the Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) and the Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure, former Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development (BMVI) of Germany. It was additionally inspired by discussions about further development of the EGTC instrument at the annual conference of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL) in Karlsruhe in 2014.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2014:5 Potential & limits of the EGTC instrument for enhancing integration across borders

Europe 2020 Strategy - Contribution to European Public Consultation Process

This Spatial Foresight Brief derives from internal discussions among Spatial Foresight team members and insights from a range of assignments related to the Europe 2020 Strategy. This includes e.g. studies for the European Commission Directorate General Regional and Urban Policy, ESPON, the German Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) and the German Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL).

Throughout these various studies and discussions the lack of a thorough and constructive territorial dimension of the Europe 2020 Strategy has been highlighted as a major concern.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2014:4 EUROPE 2020 STRATEGY - Contribution to European Public Consultation Process

Added value of Macro regional strategies: A governance perspective

This Spatial Foresight Brief derives from a background paper commissioned by the European Commission - 
Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy in spring 2013. It served as input for the preparation of the report concerning the added value of macro regional strategies (COM(2013) 468 final). The paper is also available as part of the Commission Staff Working Document accompanying the document concerning the added value of macro regional strategies (SWD(2013) 233 final).

Spatial Foresight Brief 2013:3 Added value of Macro regional strategies: A governance perspective

Possibilities for an Institutional Anchorage of Territorial Cohesion

This Spatial Foresight Brief derives from a background paper based on on-going research within the framework of the research project of the German Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR) "The territorial dimension of the future EU cohesion policy", conducted by Spatial Foresight GmbH in cooperation with Taurus Eco Consulting GmbH.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2011:2 Possibilities for an Institutional Anchorage of Territorial Cohesion

Territorial Cohesion Storylines: Understanding a Policy Concept

This Spatial Foresight Brief is based on many years of experience and work in projects addressing the issue of territorial cohesion. The most recent of these are the ESPON INTERCO project on indicators on territorial cohesion, a study of the territorial dimension of the future EU Cohesion Policy carried out for the German Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR), and work on how to strengthen the territorial dimension of Europe 2020 and EU Cohesion Policy conducted for the Polish EU Presidency.

Spatial Foresight Brief 2011:1 Territorial Cohesion Storylines: Understanding a Policy Concept

Illustrations

Spatial Foresight staff members produce different forms of illustrations. These illustrations are the graphic representation of various projects made available to a wider public.

Population potential - A better indicator for demographic structures?

Demographic changes have a major impact on the effectiveness of regional development policies. Whether a region in Europe is shrinking or growing determines its policy need. Also the pace of demographic change is decisive. This is why they are of high interest for European, national and regional policy makers.

Population potential is the total number of persons living within a certain distance of a given place. In utilising population data collected from censuses and registers for the European Commission, Spatial Foresight based the given place on around 7 million 1km2 grid cells. The maps show changes in the number of people living within 50km of each cell for 10 year periods between 1961 and 2011. For the calculation 50 km as a proxy for a daily commuting distance was used.

Population potentialIllustrating demographic structures with population potentials provides unique advantages compared to more common maps showing trends at the level of municipalities. In common maps, the size of municipalities heavily influences the visual presentation of developments. They give the impression that e.g. there is more intense demographic polarisation in Northern France than in Belgium. This is because French municipalities are much smaller than Belgian ones. Population potentials neutralise these differences. They make it possible to focus on demographic trends, rather than observing the combined effect of municipal delineation logics and population change.

Presenting demographic developments within a daily commuting distance do overcome this risk of misinterpretation and are more relevant from a regional policy perspective. A local redistribution of population between two neighbouring municipalities often just reflects new residential preferences. However, a significant change in the total population within commuting range implies that their economic and social situation has evolved more profoundly.

Even though measuring demographic developments with population potentials provides many advantages, they’re not without drawbacks. The current map uses 50 km Euclidean distance as a proxy for daily commuting distance. It does not take into account the variables quality of transport infrastructure, congestion and obstacles such as mountain ranges, stretches of water or political borders. A better solution would have been to calculate a travel time distance from each point. However, when analysing historical data, one would then have to consider the available road or rail network for each year.

The gif animation of decennial changes in population potentials synthesises a large number of trends at different scales across Europe. Between 1961 and 1971, one is first struck by the intensity of population growth across a large part of Europe. However, there are some significant exceptions, mainly located at the outskirts of the continent, e.g. the Iberian Peninsula, northern Sweden and Finland outside the largest cities, Greece, the Italian Mezzogiorno, northern Scotland and western Ireland.

In the following decade, rates of growth and decline tend to be more moderate. The only exception is Spain and Portugal, where urban-rural polarisation continues with almost unchanged intensity. In Scotland, northern parts actually grow, while there is demographic decline in the Glasgow region and stagnation around Edinburgh. In large parts of Europe, including its core parts, cities and their rural hinterland tend to experience more contrasted demographic developments.

After 1981, demographic growth and decline accelerate but tend to follow the same geographic pattern as previously, e.g. in the Nordic countries, in Eastern Germany and in south-eastern Europe. This acceleration continues after 1991. However, one then in addition observes nation-wide population decline in the Baltic countries, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia. These trends are accentuated after 2001 in the Baltic countries (except Tallinn) and in Bulgaria. At the same time, a process of intense urban-rural polarisation starts in Turkey, while demographic growth now occurs across the entire territory in large parts of Spain, western and southern France. The demographic dynamism of Ireland between 2001 and 2011 is also striking.

Over the entire period, the population potential decreases steadily in some remote and rural areas, e.g. along the axis running from Lorraine to Auvergne in France or in remote parts of northern Scandinavia. It seems that efforts to mitigate depopulation in these areas can, at best, postpone trends that may appear as inevitable and alleviate their social implications. A better awareness of these trends may help to design policies to manage demographic decline or, when possible, to stabilise population at current levels.

Territorial dimension of EGTCs

Territorial dimension of EGTCThe EGTC (European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation) is a legal EU cohesion policy instrument for territorial cooperation introduced in 2006 by adopting Regulation (EC) No 1082/2006. Until December 2016, 65 EGTCs have been established. EGTCs may be founded for various purposes and can thus be flexibly applied in different contexts as regards member constellations, thematic focuses, or different legal backgrounds in the respective EU Member States and under inclusion of neighbouring countries.

The map illustrates the territorial dimension of the EGTCs founded until December 2016. For depicting EGTCs with respect to their territorial diversity it is useful to differentiate three types. Green depicted are cross-border EGTCs. This is the most frequent type. These EGTCs are most often founded by sub-regional public authorities. Their territorial extents vary however significantly. Transnational EGTCs (hatched) represent the second type. They do not require direct territorial proximity and usually have members from at least three countries. The third type represents so-called network EGTCs (depicted by symbols). Depending on their thematic focus, types of members and objectives, the members can be found in rather distant areas of the EU. 

Information and publications based upon Spatial Foresight’s activities related to the EGTC instrument are available online:  

BBSR study on disseminating and deepening the experience of EGTC (in German)

BBSR study on potentials for transnational and cross-border partnerships by means of EGTC (in English)

European Parliament Study on EGTCs as instruments for promotion and improvement of territorial cooperation in Europe (in English)

Guidelines for the establishment of an EGTC (in German, English and Polish)

Spatial Foresight Brief on potential and limits of the EGTC instrument (in English)

The implementation of the partnership in 2014-20 ERDF

How does partnership in 2014-20 ERDF programmes function?Infographic Partnership in ERDF

The partnership principle has been strengthened in ERDF and other ESIF programmes with the adoption of the 2014-2020 regulatory framework. Article 5 of the Common Provision Regulation (CPR) makes it compulsory for each ESIF programme to organise a partnership at all programing stages. A European Code of Conduct has been set up to support EU Member States to ensure the inclusion of different types of stakeholders. Even though the partnership is not completely new for ERDF programmes, more importance has been given to stakeholder involvement and influence.

The infographic illustrates the findings of the DG Regio report on this topic - "Implementation of the partnership principle and multi-level governance in 2014-2020 ESI Funds".

Please click on the thumbnail to download the inforgraphic.

ESIF Multi-fund programmes 2014-2020

Policy coordination has been a concern for European policy-making. With the introduction of the place-based approach this has gradually found it’s way into EU regulation. The Common Provisions Regulation (CPR) introduced for the 2014 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) already supports better coherence and coordination among different ESI Funds. The regulation itself includes more mechanisms for better coordination between funds. One of these mechanisms is the possibility of multi-fund programmes in the 2014-2020 period. Multi-fund programmes combine different ESI-funds. The common regulatory framework has a clear step in improving the coordination and governance across funds. This framework encouraged the use of multi-fund programming.

The table above has been based on the adopted programmes available at the Commission’s webpages and the adopted Partnership Agreements by July 2015. This includes all Partnership Agreements and a fair share of the programmes under the Investment Growth and Jobs and European Territorial Cooperation Goals. In total we expect 490 programmes of which 76 ETC programmes. 110 programmes will be multi-fund programmes, of which 5 are ETC programmes, combining ERDF and funding for EU-neighbouring countries (ENI and/or IPA).

The uptake of the possibility of integrated programmes differs by Member State. Multi-fund programmes are the dominant programme type in France, Greece, Poland and Portugal. Most other Member States won’t make use of the possibility to combine different ESI funds and will have single fund programmes.

Most of the multi-fund programmes will be a combination of the ERDF and ESF, followed by combining the ESF with the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI).

Individual publications

Spatial Foresight staff members are actively publishing their research results to make them available to a wider public.

Publication activities Kai Böhme

Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Toptsidou, M. (2017). The European Dimension of Europe's Future - Veni, vidi, ... .Nordregio News. 20 years of regional development, 2017, no.2. Nordregio, pp.17. Download.

Böhme, K. & C.Lüer (2017). Assessing territorial impacts of future trends. In: E. Medeiros (Ed.), Uncovering the Territorial Dimension of European Union Cohesion Policy. Cohesion, Development, Impact Assessment and Cooperation, pp. 161-183. Abingdon Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Zillmer, S. (2017). Gold-plating in the European Structural and Investment Funds. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Toptsidou, M., Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Haarich, S. & Hans, S. (2017). Added Value of macro-regional strategies. Interact Programme. Download.

Böhme, K. & C. Lüer (2016). Europe's territorial futures between daydreams and nightmares. Europa XXI. Territorial uncertaintiy as a challenge for regional policy in Europe, 2016 No. 30. Warsaw: Institute of Gepgraphy and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, pp 5-22

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S. Hans, S., Antikainen, J. & Pyykkonen, S. (2016). Looking towards 2030: Preparing the Baltic Sea Region for the future. Stockholm: Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket). Download

Böhme, K. (2016). Future of Europe and macroregional strategies. INTERACT: Macro-regional strategies in changing times EUSBSR, EUSDR, EUSALP and EUSAIR headed towards the future together, pp. 6-9. Download

Böhme, K. (2016). Territorial evidence supporting policy-making in Europe: How ESPON came, saw and conquered. disP 205, 2016(2), pp.62-67.

Böhme, K. & Lüer, C. (2016). Europe’s territorial futures: between daydreams and nightmares. Ukrainian Geographical Journal, 2016(1), pp. 29–40.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F. & Toptsidou, M. (2015). Report on the Assessment of Territorial Cohesion and the Territorial Agenda 2020 of the European Union. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Böhme, K. & Zillmer, S. (2015). Was haben gleichwertige Lebensverhältnisse mit territorialer Kohäsion zu tun? Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, 1.2015, pp. 11–22.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M. & Holstein, F. (2015). Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Brussels: European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Eser, T. W. & Böhme, K. (2015). Coordination mechanisms for Territorial Cohesion – Cases of Europe and Luxembourg (Forschungsberichte der ARL), pp. 67–90. Hannover: Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Download.

Lüer, C., Böhme, K., Jæger, S., Hans, S., Madeira, N., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Tulumello, S., Bina, O. & Ferrão, J. (2015). Report on territorial impact projections. Final deliverable (D7.2) of work package 7 on Territorial Governance. FLAGSHIP project, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K. & Lüer, C. (2015). Territorial Scenarios and Visions of Europe for 2050: Proceedings of the Workshop of the incoming Luxembourg EU Presidency on 23 April 2015. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Böhme, K., Finka, M., Gustedt, E., Schön, K. P., Sielker, F. & Zillmer, S. (2014). Response to the European Consultation on the Future of the Europe 2020 Strategy (Position Paper of the ARL No. 101). Hannover: Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Doucet, P., Böhme, K. & Zaucha, J. (2014). EU territory and policy-making: from words to deeds to promote policy integration. European Journal of Spatial Development, pp. 2–24.

Zaucha, J., Komornicki, T., Böhme, K., Świątek, D. & Żuber, P. (2014). Territorial Keys for Bringing Closer the Territorial Agenda of the EU and Europe 2020. European Planning Studies, 22(2), pp. 246–267. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014a). Guideline for the establishment of an EGTC for stakeholders of transnational cooperation (BMVI-Special publications). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014b). Leitfaden zur Gründung eines EVTZ für Akteure der grenzüberschreitenden Zusammenarbeit (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014c). Leitfaden zur Gründung eines EVTZ für Akteure der transnationalen Zusammenarbeit (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Berlin. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014d). Przewodnik po EUWT dla pdmiotów współpracy transgranicznej (BMVI specjalne publikacji). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Böhme, K. (2013). Added value of macro regional strategies: A governance perspective (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 3). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Jæger, S., Böhme, K. & Gløersen, E. (2013). Exploring Big Data for analysing territorial development. In Science in support of European Territorial Development and Cohesion, pp. 146–152. Luxembourg: ESPON. Download.

Böhme, K. (2012). Preparing evidence for territorial policies in Europe. In W. Zonneveld, J. de Vries, & L. Janssen-Jansen (Eds.), European territorial governance, pp. 219–235. Delft: IOS Press.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Pflanz, K. & Radvánski, A. (2012). Umsetzung und Wirkungen der Strategie ‘Europa 2020’ in deutschen Regionen (BMVBS-Online-Publikation No. 24/12). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Sauerborn, K., Maurer, J. & Harder, V. (2012a). Territorial cohesion in future EU cohesion policy (Forschungen No. 156). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Sauerborn, K., Maurer, J. & Harder, V. (2012b). Territorialer Zusammenhalt in der künftigen Kohäsionspolitik. Endbericht im Rahmen des Ressortforschungsprojektes „Die territoriale Dimension in der zukünftigen EU-Kohäsionspolitik“ (Forschungen No. 155). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Böhme, K. (2011a). One for the Road... Regional Insights, 2(1), p. 27.

Böhme, K. (2011b). Possibilities for an institutional anchorage of territorial cohesion (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 2). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Böhme, K. (2011c). Visszaandi a lendlületet - Gondolatok a magyar EU-elnökségről. Falu Város Régió, 1/2011, pp. 53–56.

Böhme, K., Doucet, P., Komornicki, T., Zaucha, J. & Świątek, D. (2011). How to strengthen the territorial dimension of ‘Europe 2020’ and EU Cohesion Policy. Report prepared at the request of the Polish EU Presidency. Warsaw: Polish Ministry of Regional Development. Download.

Böhme, K. & Eser, T. W. (2011). Territorial cohesion - there it is! And now? (EcoRegion Perspectives No. Series No 2/2011), pp. 8–10. Baltic 21. Download.

Böhme, K. & Gløersen, E. (2011). Territorial Cohesion Storylines: Understanding a Policy Concept (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 1). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Gløersen, E. & Böhme, K. (2011). Storylines on Territorial Cohesion. Nordregio News, (1), pp. 9–15.

Savbäck, U., Böhme, K. & Johansson, U. (2011). Analysis of needs for financial instruments in the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. European Commission DG Regional Policy. Download.

Böhme, K. & Zillmer, S. (2010). Die Territoriale Agenda der EU und ihr Aktionsprogramm: Zwischen europäischen Obstkörben und Papiertigern. Informationen Zur Raumentwicklung, 8, pp. 567–576.

Böhme, K. (2009). The EU Territorial Agenda & its Action Programme: How to reinforce the performance. Stockholm: Swedish Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communication.

Johansson, U. & Böhme, K. (2009). Alternative Futures for the Baltic Sea Region, pp. 12–16. Bollschweil, Germany: Hagbarth Publications.

Kujath, H. J., Zillmer, S., Pflanz, K., Böhme, K., Muschwitz, C. & Spiekermann, K. (2009). Deutschland in Europa (Forschungen No. 135). Berlin/Bonn: BMVBS/BBSR. Download.

Waterhout, B., Mourato, J. & Böhme, K. (2009). The impact of Europeanisation on planning cultures. In J. Knieling & F. Othengrafen (Eds.), Planning cultures in Europe, pp. 239–254. Surrey: Ashgate.

Aalbu, H., Böhme, K. & Uhlin, Å. (2008). Administrative Reform. Arguments and Values (Nordic Research Programme 2005-2008 No. 6). Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. & Eser, T. W. (2008). Territorial Impact Analysis of EU Policies. In A. Faludi (Ed.), European Spatial Research and Planning, pp. 43–66. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Böhme, K., Eser, T. W., Gaskell, F. & Gustedt, E. (2008). The Territorial Cohesion Principles. Position paper to the EU Green Paper on Territorial Cohesion (ARL Position Paper No. 78). Hannover: Academy for Spatial Research and Planning. Download.

Böhme, K. & Waterhout, B. (2008). The Europeanisation of Planning. In Faludi, Andreas (Ed.), European Spatial Research and Planning, pp. 225–248. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Böhme, K. (2007). Understanding Urban Areas as Motors for Development. In P. Stouthysen & J. Pille (Ed.), The State of the City. The City is the State, pp. 33–50. Brussels: University Press. Download.

Halin, G. & Böhme, K. (2007). How to spend it? The territorial road to a modern EU budget. Swedisch Institute for Growth Policy Studies (ITPS).

Böhme, K. (2006a). Discursive European Integration. The Case of Nordic Spatial Planning’. In L. Doria, V. Fedeli, & C. Tedesco (Eds.), Rethinking European Spatial Policy as a Hologram, pp. 215–234. Aldershot: Ashgate. Download.

Böhme, K. (2006b). European Integration in the Field of Spatial Policies. In Å. Mariussen & Å. Uhlin (Eds.), Trans-national practices. System Thinking in Policy Making, pp. 149–168. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (2006c). Gedanken zum räumlichen und gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt. In Sparsamer Staat – Schwache Stadt? (Vol. 13), , pp. 159–164.

Böhme, K. (2006d). Visst påverkar EU fysisk planering i Sverige’. In Planering med nya förutsättningar, pp. 39–56. Linköping: Linköping University Interdisciplinary Studies.

Böhme, K. & Di Biaggio, S. (2006). Portugal in the Light of European Spatial Development, pp. 20–42. Sociedade & Territorio.

Böhme, K. & Mehlbye, P. (2006). The State of European Spatial Development. In L. Pedrazzini (Ed.), The process of territorial cohesion in Europe. Milano: Franco Angeli.

Böhme, K. & Schön, P. (2006). From Leipzig to Leipzig. Territorial Research Delivers Evidence for the New Territorial Agenda of the European Union. disP, 165(2/2006), pp. 61–70.

Böhme, K. (2005a). Interface – Territorial Cohesion: A Policy Phenomenon in Europe or a Global Issue? Planning Theory & Practice, 6(3), pp. 387–413.

Böhme, K. (2005b). The ability to learn in transnational projects. Informationen Zur Raumentwicklung 2005, (11/12), pp. 691–700.

Böhme, K. & Hansen, M. (2005). Urban Policy in the Nordic Countries. PLAN, The Swedish Journal of Planning, (English Edition 2005-2006), pp. 6–9.

Lähteenmäki-Smith, K., Fuller, S. & Böhme, K. (2005). Integrated multi-level analysis of the governance of European Space (Nordregio Working Paper No. 2005:2). Stockholm: Nordregio. Download.

Bengs, C., Böhme, K., Husberger, L. & Persson, L. O. (2004). Stad och land. Stockholm: Formas.

Böhme, K. (2004a). Future directions in European spatial policy. In S. Brockett & M. Dahlström (Eds.), Spatial Development Trends. Nordic Countries in a European Context, pp. 179–192. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (2004b). Neu Planungsverständnisse und die Folgen diskursiver europäischer Integration. Planungsrundschau, (9/2004), pp. 74–94.

Böhme, K. (2004c). Nice to Know! So, What? Thoughts from the Nordic Periphery. Ruimte in Debate (Debating Space – Netherlands Institute for Spatial Research), (04/2004), pp. 25–27.

Böhme, K. (2004d). Spitsbergen, 2024. Plan, Tidsskrift for Samfundsplanleggning, Byplan Og Regional Utveckling, (6/2004,), pp. 34–35.

Böhme, K. (2004e). The state of European spatial development: Nordic ESPON impressions. Journal of Nordregio, 4(4), pp. 7–13.

Böhme, K. & Josserand, F. (2004). Trans-national Co-operation: An instrument for organisational learning and social capital building. Journal of Nordregio, (1/2004), pp. 18–20.

Böhme, K., Richardson, T., Dabinett, G. & Jensen, O. B. (2004). Values in a vacuum? Towards an integrated multi-level analysis of the governance of European space. European Planning Studies, 12(8), p. 1175. Download.

Brockett, S., Böhme, K. & Dahlström, M. (2004). Wild cards and trends. In S. Brockett & M. Dahlström (Eds.), Spatial Development Trends. Nordic Countries in a European Context, pp. 203–214. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (2003a). Die neuen RaumplanerInnen – Die Europäische Dimension’. RAUM, Österreichische Zeitschrift Für Raumplanung Und Regionalpolitik, 52(3), pp. 27–31.

Böhme, K. (2003b). Discursive European integration: The case of Nordic spatial planning. Town Planning Review, 74(1), pp. 11–29.

Böhme, K. (2003c). Nationella rumsliga planer i fem länder. Nationell horisontal och vertikal integration och europeisk samordning (Nordregio electronic paper). www.nordregio.se

Böhme, K. & Hansen, M. (2003). Stadspolitik i Norden: Ett nytt politikområde på intåg?’. PLAN, (2-3/2003), pp. 8–11.

Böhme, K., Josserand, F., Haraldsson, P. I., Bachtler, J. & Polverari, L. (2003). Trans-national Nordic-Scottish Co-operation. Lessons for Policy and Practice. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (2002a). Much Ado about Evidence: Reflections from Policy Making in the European Union. Planning Theory & Practice, 3(1), pp. 99–101.

Böhme, K. (2002b). Nationella strategier för regional utvecklingsplanering: en titt över gränserna. PLAN, (1-2/2002), pp. 13–18.

Böhme, K. (2002c). Nordic Echoes of European Spatial Planning. Discursive Integration in Practice. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (2001a). Spatial Planning in the Light of Nordic Eccentricity. Built Environment, (27(4)), pp. 295–303.

Böhme, K. (2001b). Swedish Spatial Development Perspectives’. In I. Christoferson (Ed.), Swedish Planning in Times of Diversity, pp. 85–88. Gävle: Swedish Society of Town and Country Planning.

Böhme, K. (2001c). The Scandinavian Countries and European Spatial Development Perspectives (Nordregio electronic paper), pp. 1–6. www.nordregio.se/Files/ep0101.pdf

Böhme, K., Eliasson, B., Eriksson, A. & Viehhauser, M. (2000). Vart tog planeringen vägen. PLAN, (5-6/99), pp. 223–227.

Böhme, K., Lange, B. & Hansen, M. (Eds.). (2000). Property Development and Land-Use Planning around the Baltic Sea. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Faludi, A. & Böhme, K. (Eds.). (2000). Nordic Planning Meets Europe (Special Issue). Built Environment, 26(1), pp. 5–12.

Hilding-Rydevik, T. & Böhme, K. (2000). Partnerships: implementing sustainable development through spatial planning. European Nature, (5/2000).

Schulman, M. & Böhme, K. (2000). New Dynamics in a Municipal-Based Planning System: Spatial Planning in Sweden. Built Environment, 26(1), pp. 72–81.

Böhme, K. (1999). Schweden – ein Modell für Konsens und Rationalität? Raumforschung Und Raumordnung, (Heft 5-6, 1999), pp. 338–349.

Böhme, K. & Bengs, C. (Eds.). (1999). From Trends to Visions. The European Spatial Development Perspective. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. & Kokkonen, M. (1999). INTERREG IIC CADSES Interim Evaluation (Working Paper 1999:7). Stockholm: Nordregio.

Persson, L. O., Aalbu, H., Böhme, K. & Hallin, G. (1999). C-FRAMÅT. Att välja regionala framtider för Uppsala län (Nordregio Working Paper 1999:4). Stockholm: Nordregio.

Bengs, C. & Böhme, K. (Eds.). (1998). The Progress of European Spatial PlanningNordregio Report 1998:1. Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (1998a). Agenda 21-Arbeit in Schweden. Forum Umwelt & Entwicklung, (Rundbrief 3/1998), p. 13.

Böhme, K. (1998b). A Nordic View on ESDP. North, (4/98), pp. 31–34.

Böhme, K. (1998c). Nordic Impressions of ESDP (The Progress of European Spatial Planning). Stockholm: Nordregio.

Böhme, K. (1998d). Nordregio, de Noordse landen en het EROP. NIROV Europlan Bulletin, (8/1998).

Burmeister, K. & Böhme, K. (Eds.). (1997). Telematic Cities. Perspektiven nachhaltiger Stadtentwicklung. SFZ Werkstattbericht 17, (17).

Böhme, K. (1996). Das neue Zauberwort heißt Telematische Stadt. (Kommunalverband Ruhrgebiet, Ed.). Essen: Klartext.

Burmeister, K. & Böhme, K. (1996). Telematic Cities. TA-Datenbank-Nachrichten, (2/96, Jg.5).

Böhme, K. (1995). Telematic Cities in Gelsenkirchen. Zukünfte, (4/95, Jg.5).

Böhme, K., Burmeister, K. & Wyss, U. (1995). Telematik für die Städte Europas (SFZ Werkstattbericht No. 16). Gelsenkirchen.

Publication activities Erik Gløersen

Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Toptsidou, M. (2017). The European Dimension of Europe's Future - Veni, vidi, ... .Nordregio News. 20 years of regional development, 2017, no.2. Nordregio, pp.17. Download.

Toptsidou, M., Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Haarich, S. & Hans, S. (2017). Added Value of macro-regional strategies. Interact Programme. Download.

Gløersen, E., Mader, C. & Ruoss, E. (2016). What Policy Evidence for a European Strategy of Sustainable Development in Mountain Regions?. Journal of Alpine Research 104 (3). Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Hans, S., Kaucic, J., Schuh, B., Keringer, F. & Celotti, P. (2016). The impact of demographic change on European regions. Brussels: Committee of the Regions.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

ESPON, Gløersen, E., Michelet, J., Böhme, K. & Madeira, N. (2014). Progress towards the Territorial Agenda of the European Union 2020 (Territorial Monitoring Report). Luxembourg: ESPON Coordination Unit.

Gløersen, E., Bausch, T., Hurel, H., Pfefferkorn, W., Dal Fiore, F. & Zavodnik-Lamovšek, A. (2013). Strategy Development for the Alpine Space - Final Report. Alpine Space Programme.

Gløersen, E., Gundersen, F. & Foss, O. (2013). ESPON: europeisk regionalforskning med relevans for Norge? PLAN, (6), pp. 34–41.

Jæger, S., Böhme, K. & Gløersen, E. (2013). Exploring Big Data for analysing territorial development. In Science in support of European Territorial Development and Cohesion, pp. 146–152. Luxembourg: ESPON. Download.

Gløersen, E. (2012a). La Finlande, la Norvège, la Suède face au projet d’une Europe polycentrique. La centralité à la marge de l’Europe. Rennes: Presse Universitaires de Rennes.

Gløersen, E. (2012b). Renewing the Theory and Practice of European Applied Territorial Research on Mountains, Islands and Sparsely Populated Areas. Regional Studies, 46(4), pp. 443–457.

Gløersen, E., Lähteenmäki-Smith, K. & Dubois, A. (2012). Polycentricity in Transnational Planning Initiatives: ESDP applied or ESDP reinvented? In W. Zonneveld, J. de Vries, & L. Janssen-Jansen (Eds.), European Territorial Governence, pp. 237–262. Delft: IOS Press.

Böhme, K. & Gløersen, E. (2011). Territorial Cohesion Storylines: Understanding a Policy Concept (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 1). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Gløersen, E. (2011). Cartographie et spécificités géographiques: enjeux liés à cette mise enperspective de l’espace européen / Cartography and geographic specificities: issues related to this perspective on European space. In O. Walser, L. Thévoz, B. Debarbieux, Q.-H. Dao, M. Schuler, S. Joost, & F. Joerin (Eds.), Les SIG au service du développement territorial, pp. 77–88. Lausanne: Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes.

Gløersen, E. & Böhme, K. (2011). Storylines on Territorial Cohesion. Nordregio News, (1), pp. 9–15.

Gløersen, E. (2009a). L’aménagement dans les espaces nordiques de faible densité/Territorial planning policies in Nordic sparsely populated areas. In Y. Jean & G. Baudelle, L’Europe: aménager les territoiresCollection U, , pp. 254–267. Paris: Armand Collin.

Gløersen, E. (2009b). Policy road map for the Northern Sparsely Populated Areas. Nordregio. Download.

Gløersen, E. (2009c). Strong, Specific and Promising Towards a Vision for the Northern Sparsely Populated Areas in 2020 (No. 2009:2), p. 80. Nordregio. Download.

Gløersen, E. (2008a). Aluminium smelter in Greenland. Journal of Nordregio, 8, pp. 10–11.

Gløersen, E. (2008b). La place des ‘périphériques nordiques’ dans la construction européenne: processus politiques en cours et enjeux de connaissance. Nordiques, 2008(17), pp. 9–26.

Schürmann, C., Dubois, A., Gløersen, E., Grasland, C., Hanell, T. & Zanin, C. (2008). Disparitäten und Kohäsion in Europa - Eine Untersuchung regionaler Entwicklungsunterschiede innerhalb der EU. Raumplanung, (136), pp. 27–31.

Gløersen, E. (2007). Towards an improved understanding of urban profiles and polycentric development potentials: reflections on ESPON 1.1.1. In N. Cattan (Ed.), Cities and networks in Europe - a critical approach of polycentrism, pp. 27–38. Montrouge: John Libbey Eurotext.

Gløersen, E., Lähteenmäki-Smith, K. & Dubois, A. (2007). Polycentricity in Transnational Planning Initiatives: ESDP applied or ESDP reinvented? Planning Practice and Research, 22(3), pp. 417–437.

Gløersen, E. (2006a). A first step towards an improved understanding of urban profiles and polycentric development potentials. In European Territorial Research. Luxembourg: ESPON.

Gløersen, E. (2006b). Let’s Say Farewell to the Pentagon-model. Journal of Nordregio, 6(No. 3 December 2006), pp. 11–14.

Gløersen, E., Dubois, A., Copus, A. & Schürmann, C. (2006). Northern Peripheral, Sparsely Populated Regions in the European Union and in Norway. Nordregio.

Gløersen, E. (2005). Faut-il des visions spatiales pour construire une Europe polycentrique ? (Territoires 2030 No. 1). Paris: Datar.

Gløersen, E. & Schürmann, C. (2004). Polycentric Visions on the Urban Landscape. Journal of Nordregio, 4(No. 4 December 2004), pp. 16–19.

Price, M. F., Lysenko, I. & Gløersen, E. (2004). La délimitation des montagnes européennes. Revue de Géographie Alpine, pp. 61–74.

Publication activities Sabine Zillmer

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studien zum Interreg-Projekt EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Endfassung des Abschlussberichts. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studies betreffende het Interreg-project EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Definitieve versie van het eindverslag. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. (2017). Experience of Groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC). MORO Praxis, no. 8, BVI (ed.), Berlin. Download.

Zillmer, S., Haarich S., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Le Moglie, P. (2017) Implementation of the Decision and the Framework on SGEIs: involvement of LRAs in the reporting exercise and state of play as regards the assessment of social services as economic activities. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. (2017). Erfahrungen aus Europäischen Verbünden für territoriale Zusammenarbeit (EVTZ), MORO Praxis, no. 7, BMVI (ed.), Berlin. Download.

Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Montán, A., Wergles, N., Toptsidou, M., Gorny, H., Brkanovic, S., Celotti, P. (2017), Entrepreneurship on islands and other peripheral regions. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Zillmer, S., Hans, S., Lüer, C., Montan, A., Toptsidou, M., Schuh, B., Hsiung, C., Celotti, P. & Le Moglie. P. (2017) EGTC monitoring report 2016 and impacts of Schengen area crisis on the work of EGTCs. European Committee of Regions. Download.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Zillmer, S. (2017). Gold-plating in the European Structural and Investment Funds. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Levralet, F., Perku, A., Lorgeoux, E., Brignani, N., Wills, T.J.B., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F. & Stumm, T. (2016). Review of Adopted European Territorial Cooperation Programmes. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K. & Zillmer, S. (2015). Was haben gleichwertige Lebensverhältnisse mit territorialer Kohäsion zu tun? Informationen zur Raumentwicklung, 1.2015, pp. 11–22.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M. & Holstein, F. (2015). Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Brussels: European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K. & Lüer, C. (2015). Territorial Scenarios and Visions of Europe for 2050: Proceedings of the Workshop of the incoming Luxembourg EU Presidency on 23 April 2015. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Spiekermann, K. & Wegener, M. (2015a). Implementing the Territorial Agenda 2020. Enhancing regional potentials in the context of further developing the TEN-T (BMVI-Online-Publikation No. 07/2015). Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Spiekermann, K. & Wegener, M. (2015b). Umsetzung der Territorialen Agenda 2020. Entwicklung regionaler Potenziale im Zusammenhang mit der Weiterentwicklung der TEN-V (BMVI-Online-Publikation No. 03/2015). Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M., Krzymuski, M., Dallhammer, E., Kintisch, M., Schuh, B., Celotti, P., Colin, A., Preku, A., Brignani, N., Waterhout, B., Zonneveld, W. & Stead, D. (2015). European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation as an Instrument for Promotion and Improvement of Territorial Cooperation in Europe. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K., Finka, M., Gustedt, E., Schön, K. P., Sielker, F. & Zillmer, S. (2014). Response to the European Consultation on the Future of the Europe 2020 Strategy (Position Paper of the ARL No. 101). Hannover: Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M. & Zillmer, S. (2014). Calculating regionalised scenarios meeting Europe 2020 objectives (ESPON 2013 Scientific Report No. 2), pp. 164–168. Luxembourg: ESPON. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2014). Prignitz-Oberhavel. New approach to a regional energy strategy (Interim Report – Part A.1 for the Study on promoting multi-level governance in support of Europe 2020). European Commission DG Regional Policy. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014a). Guideline for the establishment of an EGTC for stakeholders of transnational cooperation (BMVI-Special publications). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014b). Leitfaden zur Gründung eines EVTZ für Akteure der grenzüberschreitenden Zusammenarbeit (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014c). Leitfaden zur Gründung eines EVTZ für Akteure der transnationalen Zusammenarbeit (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Berlin. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014d). Przewodnik po EUWT dla pdmiotów współpracy transgranicznej (BMVI specjalne publikacji). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S. & Lüer, C. (2014). Umsetzung der Territorialen Agenda 2020: Entwicklung regionaler Potenziale im Zusammenhang mit der Weiterentwicklung der TEN-V in drei Modellregionen (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014a). Transnationale Perspektiven für grünes und blaues Wachstum. Wie Kommunen und Regionen im Rahmen von INTERREG IVB nachhaltiges Wachstum fördern und marine Ressourcen nutzen können (BBSR Sonderveröffentlichungen). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014b). Transnational perspectives for green and blue growth. How municipalities and regions can promote sustainable growth and use marine resources in the context of INTERREG IV B (BBSR Special Publications). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S. & Toptsidou, M. (2014). Potential and Limits of the EGTC Instrument for Enhancing Integration across Borders (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 5). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Kozak, M. & Zillmer, S. (2013). Territorial Cooperation in Poland-Germany-Czech Republic Border Regions. In G. Gorzelak & K. Zawalińska (Eds.), European Territories: From Cooperation to Integration?, pp. 220–229. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Pflanz, K. & Radvánski, A. (2012). Umsetzung und Wirkungen der Strategie ‘Europa 2020’ in deutschen Regionen (BMVBS-Online-Publikation No. 24/12). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Sauerborn, K., Maurer, J. & Harder, V. (2012a). Territorial cohesion in future EU cohesion policy (Forschungen No. 156). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Sauerborn, K., Maurer, J. & Harder, V. (2012b). Territorialer Zusammenhalt in der künftigen Kohäsionspolitik. Endbericht im Rahmen des Ressortforschungsprojektes „Die territoriale Dimension in der zukünftigen EU-Kohäsionspolitik“ (Forschungen No. 155). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Böhme, K. & Zillmer, S. (2010). Die Territoriale Agenda der EU und ihr Aktionsprogramm: Zwischen europäischen Obstkörben und Papiertigern. Informationen Zur Raumentwicklung, 8, pp. 567–576.

Kujath, H. J. & Zillmer, S. (Eds.). (2010). Räume der Wissensökonomie: Implikationen für das deutsche Städtesystem, 1st ed., (Stadt- und Regionalwissenschaften/ Urban and Regional Sciences Vol. 6). Lit Verlag.

Zillmer, S. (2010). Regional Policy - Territorial Cohesion Objectives and Realities. Presented at the RSA Annual International Conference ‘Regional Responses and Global Shifts: Actors, Institutions and Organisations’, 24. - 26. May 2010, Pécs/Hungary: Regional Studies Association.

Kujath, H. J., Zillmer, S., Pflanz, K., Böhme, K., Muschwitz, C. & Spiekermann, K. (2009). Deutschland in Europa (Forschungen No. 135). Berlin/Bonn: BMVBS/BBSR. Download.

Pflanz, K. & Zillmer, S. (2009). Germany in the Light of the Territorial Agenda- The ESPON Perspective. In H. Kilper (Ed.), German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2009 New Disparities in Spatial Development in Europe, pp. 187–190. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Zillmer, S. (2009). Abgrenzung und Operationalisierung der Wissensökonomie in Deutschland (Working Paper No. 40). Erkner: Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung. Download.

Kujath, H. J., Pflanz, K., Stein, A. & Zillmer, S. (2008). Raumentwicklungspolitische Ansätze zur Förderung der Wissensgesellschaft (Werkstatt Praxis No. 58). Berlin/Bonn: BMVBS/BBSR. Download.

Kujath, H. J. & Zillmer, S. (2008). Gospodarka oparta na wiedzy w konteście rozwoju regionalnego. In P. Jakubowska, A. Kukliński, & P. Żuber (Eds.), Problematyka przyszłości regionów, pp. 329–338. Warsaw: Polish Ministry of Regional Development.

Kujath, H. J. & Zillmer, S. (2007a). Challenges for Central and Eastern European Metropolitan Regions. Structural Change in Europe 5, Cities and Regions Facing up to Change, pp. 30–36.

Kujath, H. J. & Zillmer, S. (2007b). Knowledge economy and regional development. In P. Jakubowska, A. Kukliński, & P. Żuber (Eds.), The Future of European Regions, pp. 316–325. Warsaw: Polish Ministry of Regional Development.

Müller, K. & Zillmer, S. (2007). Spatial Development Strategies in the Enlarged EU: ESPON Project 1.2.3 on Spatially Relevant Aspects of the Information Society. In D. Scholich (Ed.), German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2007 – Territorial Cohesion, pp. 151–158. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Rosenfeld, M. T. W., Alecke, B., Franz, P., Heimpold, G., Kliper, H., Kunkel, K., Untiedt, G. & Zillmer, S. (2007). Interregionale Ausgleichspolitik in Deutschland: Untersuchungen zu den Effekten ausgewählter Systeme zur Herstellung von ‘gleichwertigen Lebensverhältnissen’ (IWH Sonderheft No. 2/2007). Halle: IWH.

Stein, A. & Zillmer, S. (2007). Institutionenökonomische Erklärungen zur räumlichen Entwicklung der Wissensökonomie (Working Paper No. 38). Erkner: Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2007a). Agricultural Labor Allocation Decisions in Polish Agriculture during Transition. In V. Beckmann & K. Hagedorn (Eds.), Understanding Agricultural Transition - Institutional Change and Economic Performance in a Comparative Perspective, pp. 287–328. Aachen: Shaker.

Zillmer, S. (2007b). Wissensintensive Unternehmensdienstleistungen und die Voraussetzungen für deren Export. In H. Heinelt, H. J. Kujath, & K. Zimmermann (Eds.), Wissensbasierte Dienstleister in Metropolräumen, pp. 67–91. Verlag Barbara Budrich.

Kujath, H. J. & Zillmer, S. (2006). Spatial Development Strategies in the New EU Member States: ESPON Project 2.2.2 on Pre-Accession Aid Impact Assessment. In S. Lentz (Ed.), German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy – Restructuring Eastern Germany, pp. 163–166. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Weith, T. & Zillmer, S. (2006). Regions in between – no perspectives for peripheral areas? Presented at the RSA International Conference ‘Shaping EU Regional Policy: Economic, Social and Political Pressures’, 8./9. June 2006, Leuven/Belgium: Regional Studies Association. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2006a). Alternative development paths for transnational cooperation? Presented at the RSA International Conference ‘Shaping EU Regional Policy: Economic, Social and Political Pressures’, 8./9. June 2006, Leuven/Belgium: Regional Studies Association. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2006b). Perspektiven der EU-Förderung in den neuen Mitgliedsländern und Ostdeutschland auf der Grundlage der regionalen Humankapitalausstattung. In K. M. Born, T. Fichtner, & S. Krätke (Eds.), Chancen der EU-Osterweiterung für Ostdeutschland, pp. 51–66. Hannover: ARL.

Krupa, J. & Zillmer, S. (2005). Praxis der Kooperation an der deutsch - polnischen Grenze. In lmut Kriele, U. Lesse, & E. Richter (Eds.), Politisches Handeln in transnationalen Räumen Zusammenarbeit in europäischen Grenzregionen, pp. 125–136. Nomos Verlag.

Zillmer, S. (2005a). Chances for German-Polish Cooperation (IRS Working Paper No. 30). Erkner: Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2005b). Development Potentials for Central and Eastern European Integration Zones – Regional Potentials and Structural Policies under Review. Presented at the RSA International Conferences ‘Regional Growth Agendas’, 28 - 31 May 2005, Aalborg/Denmark: Regional Studies Association. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2005c). Räumliche Wirkungsanalysen europäischer Vorbeitrittshilfen. Praxis Kultur- Und Sozialgeographie, Evaluation in der Praxis: Aktuelle Beispiele aus der Stadt-, Regional- und Umweltentwicklung (33), pp. 143–161.

Kunkel, K., McMaster, I. & Zillmer, S. (2004). Regional Conditions in the Candidate Countries in Relation to ESDP Objectives (Working Paper No. 23). Erkner: Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung. Download.

Zillmer, S. (2004). Współpraca Polsko-Niemiecka w Opinii Obywateli Nadgranicznych Miast Podzielonych (Polish-German Cooperation from the Point of View of Citizens in the Respective Twin Cities along the Border). In G. Gorzelak, J. Bachtler, & M. Kasprzyk (Eds.), Współpraca Transgraniczna Unii Europejskiej: Doświadczenia Polsko-Niemieckie (Cross-Border Cooperation in the European Union: Polish-German Experiences), pp. 128–141. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe ‘Scholar’.

Zillmer, S. & Kunkel, K. (2004). Spatial Impacts of Pre-Accession Aid in Relation to ESDP Objectives. Alfa Spectra – Planning Studies – Central European Journal of Architecture and Planning, 8(2/2004), pp. 16–21.

Zillmer, S. (2002). Arbeitsangebotsverhalten im Transformationsprozess - Eine empirische Analyse des polnischen Agrarsektors (ICAR - Institutional Change in Agriculture and Natural Resources Vol. 9). Aachen: Shaker.

Publication activities Nathalie Wergles

Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Montán, A., Wergles, N., Toptsidou, M., Gorny, H., Brkanovic, S., Celotti, P. (2017), Entrepreneurship on islands and other peripheral regions. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Wergles, N. (2014a). Achievements of the Northern Periphery Programme 2007 – 2013. Copenhagen: Northern Periphery Programme. Download.

Wergles, N. (2014b). ETC Energy Projects – Assessing the Contribution of European Territorial Cooperation to EU Energy Policy. Viborg: INTERACT. Download.

Wergles, N., Amberger, C., Englmaier, P., Fiebiger, G., Heumader, J., Liehr, E., Stangl, R., Wandl, A. & Zach, G. (2011). Trassierung und Bau von Verkehrswegen. In Vom Almweg über die Autobahn bis zur Eisenbahn. Praxisfibel zur landschaftsschonenden Hang- und Böschungssicherung an Verkehrswegen, pp. 21–50. Wien: BLFUW.

Rachoy, C., Henle, A., Waclavicek, T., Prasicek, G., Scheikl, M. & Wergles, N. (2010). Natural Hazard Investigation along Alpine Railway Infrastructures. A first super-regional and interdisciplinary approach for the safety evaluation of an entire, choherent national railway infrastructure. Download.

Wergles, N. & Muhar, A. (2009). The role of computer visualization in the communication of urban design—A comparison of viewer responses to visualizations versus on-site visits. Landscape and Urban Planning, 91(4), pp. 171–182. Download.

Mayer, R., Plank, C., Bohner, A., Kollarits, S., Corsini, A., Ronchetti, F., Siegel, H., Noessing, L., Mair, V., Sulzenbacher, U., Tosoni, D., Cimarosto, S., Zanco, A., Todorov, S., Krastev, L., Wergles, N., Gasperl, W., Mayerl, M., Toli, T., Haradalia, H., Koutsias, N., Kreuzer, S., Liehr, C., Rachoy, C., Papez, J. & Jindra, P. (2008). MONITOR: Hazard monitoring for risk assessment and risk communication. Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, 2(4), pp. 195–222. Download.

Rachoy, C. & Wergles, N. (2008). Meteorological Information and Warning System for Railway Infrastructure. Decision Support for Natural Hazards Management. In Conference Proceedings of 11th Interpraevent Congress 2008, pp. 338 – 339. Dornbirn: Interpraevent. Download.

Wergles, N. (2008). Österreichweite Gefahrenzonenkartierung für Eisenbahninfrastruktur. In Conference Proceedings of 9. Forum Katastrophenvorsorge. Offenbach a. Main: Deutsches Kommittee für Katastrophenvorsorge e.v.

Publication activities Christian Lüer

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studien zum Interreg-Projekt EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Endfassung des Abschlussberichts. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studies betreffende het Interreg-project EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Definitieve versie van het eindverslag. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. (2017). Experience of Groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC). MORO Praxis, no. 8, BVI (ed.), Berlin. Download.

Böhme, K. & C.Lüer (2017). Assessing territorial impacts of future trends. In: E. Medeiros (Ed.), Uncovering the Territorial Dimension of European Union Cohesion Policy. Cohesion, Development, Impact Assessment and Cooperation, pp. 161-183. Abingdon Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. (2017). Erfahrungen aus Europäischen Verbünden für territoriale Zusammenarbeit (EVTZ), MORO Praxis, no. 7, BMVI (ed.), Berlin. Download.

Zillmer, S., Hans, S., Lüer, C., Montan, A., Toptsidou, M., Schuh, B., Hsiung, C., Celotti, P. & Le Moglie. P. (2017) EGTC monitoring report 2016 and impacts of Schengen area crisis on the work of EGTCs. European Committee of Regions. Download.

Böhme, K. & C. Lüer (2016). Europe's territorial futures between daydreams and nightmares. Europa XXI. Territorial uncertaintiy as a challenge for regional policy in Europe, 2016 No. 30. Warsaw: Institute of Gepgraphy and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, pp 5-22

Lüer, C. & F. Holstein (2016). Functional integration as a tool for urban areas to deliver territorial cohesion. EUROCITIES Making cities. Visions for an urban Future, pp. 74-83 http://www.eurocities.eu/eurocities/30visionsforcities. Download.

Böhme, K. & Lüer, C. (2016). Europe’s territorial futures: between daydreams and nightmares. Ukrainian Geographical Journal, 2016(1), pp. 29–40.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Lüer, C., Böhme, K., Jæger, S., Hans, S., Madeira, N., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Tulumello, S., Bina, O. & Ferrão, J. (2015). Report on territorial impact projections. Final deliverable (D7.2) of work package 7 on Territorial Governance. FLAGSHIP project, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K. & Lüer, C. (2015). Territorial Scenarios and Visions of Europe for 2050: Proceedings of the Workshop of the incoming Luxembourg EU Presidency on 23 April 2015. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Spiekermann, K. & Wegener, M. (2015a). Implementing the Territorial Agenda 2020. Enhancing regional potentials in the context of further developing the TEN-T (BMVI-Online-Publikation No. 07/2015). Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Spiekermann, K. & Wegener, M. (2015b). Umsetzung der Territorialen Agenda 2020. Entwicklung regionaler Potenziale im Zusammenhang mit der Weiterentwicklung der TEN-V (BMVI-Online-Publikation No. 03/2015). Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M., Krzymuski, M., Dallhammer, E., Kintisch, M., Schuh, B., Celotti, P., Colin, A., Preku, A., Brignani, N., Waterhout, B., Zonneveld, W. & Stead, D. (2015). European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation as an Instrument for Promotion and Improvement of Territorial Cooperation in Europe. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M. & Zillmer, S. (2014). Calculating regionalised scenarios meeting Europe 2020 objectives. In ESPON (Ed.), Science in support of European Territorial Development and Cohesion (Vol. 2), , pp. 164–168. Luxembourg. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014a). Guideline for the establishment of an EGTC for stakeholders of transnational cooperation (BMVI-Special publications). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014b). Leitfaden zur Gründung eines EVTZ für Akteure der transnationalen Zusammenarbeit (BMVI-Sonderpublikation). Berlin. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C. & Stumm, T. (2014c). Przewodnik po EUWT dla pdmiotów współpracy transgranicznej (BMVI specjalne publikacji). Berlin: Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014a). Transnationale Perspektiven für grünes und blaues Wachstum. Wie Kommunen und Regionen im Rahmen von INTERREG IVB nachhaltiges Wachstum fördern und marine Ressourcen nutzen können (BBSR Sonderveröffentlichungen). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014b). Transnational perspectives for green and blue growth. How municipalities and regions can promote sustainable growth and use marine resources in the context of INTERREG IV B (BBSR Special Publications). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Pflanz, K. & Radvánski, A. (2012). Umsetzung und Wirkungen der Strategie ‘Europa 2020’ in deutschen Regionen (BMVBS-Online-Publikation No. 24/12). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Zillmer, S., Böhme, K., Lüer, C., Sauerborn, K., Maurer, J. & Harder, V. (2012). Territorialer Zusammenhalt in der künftigen Kohäsionspolitik. Endbericht im Rahmen des Ressortforschungsprojektes „Die territoriale Dimension in der zukünftigen EU-Kohäsionspolitik“ (Forschungen No. 155). Berlin: BMVBS. Download.

Publication activities Maria Toptsidou

Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Toptsidou, M. (2017). The European Dimension of Europe's Future - Veni, vidi, ... .Nordregio News. 20 years of regional development, 2017, no.2. Nordregio, pp.17. Download.

Zillmer, S., Haarich S., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Le Moglie, P. (2017) Implementation of the Decision and the Framework on SGEIs: involvement of LRAs in the reporting exercise and state of play as regards the assessment of social services as economic activities. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Montán, A., Wergles, N., Toptsidou, M., Gorny, H., Brkanovic, S., Celotti, P. (2017), Entrepreneurship on islands and other peripheral regions. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Zillmer, S., Hans, S., Lüer, C., Montan, A., Toptsidou, M., Schuh, B., Hsiung, C., Celotti, P. & Le Moglie. P. (2017). EGTC monitoring report 2016 and impacts of Schengen area crisis on the work of EGTCs. European Committee of Regions. Download.

Toptsidou, M., Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Haarich, S. & Hans, S. (2017). Added Value of macro-regional strategies. Interact Programme. Download.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Zillmer, S. (2017). Gold-plating in the European Structural and Investment Funds. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F. & Toptsidou, M. (2015). Report on the Assessment of Territorial Cohesion and the Territorial Agenda 2020 of the European Union. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M. & Holstein, F. (2015). Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Brussels: European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Lüer, C., Böhme, K., Jæger, S., Hans, S., Madeira, N., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Tulumello, S., Bina, O. & Ferrão, J. (2015). Report on territorial impact projections. Final deliverable (D7.2) of work package 7 on Territorial Governance. FLAGSHIP project, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M., Krzymuski, M., Dallhammer, E., Kintisch, M., Schuh, B., Celotti, P., Colin, A., Preku, A., Brignani, N., Waterhout, B., Zonneveld, W. & Stead, D. (2015). European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation as an Instrument for Promotion and Improvement of Territorial Cooperation in Europe. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Lüer, C., Toptsidou, M. & Zillmer, S. (2014). Calculating regionalised scenarios meeting Europe 2020 objectives. In ESPON (Ed.), Science in support of European Territorial Development and Cohesion (Vol. 2), pp. 164–168. Luxembourg. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014a). Transnationale Perspektiven für grünes und blaues Wachstum. Wie Kommunen und Regionen im Rahmen von INTERREG IVB nachhaltiges Wachstum fördern und marine Ressourcen nutzen können (BBSR Sonderveröffentlichungen). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S., Lüer, C. & Toptsidou, M. (2014b). Transnational perspectives for green and blue growth. How municipalities and regions can promote sustainable growth and use marine resources in the context of INTERREG IV B (BBSR Special Publications). Bonn: Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Download.

Zillmer, S. & Toptsidou, M. (2014). Potential and Limits of the EGTC Instrument for Enhancing Integration across Borders (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 5). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Publication activities Frank Holstein

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studien zum Interreg-Projekt EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Endfassung des Abschlussberichts. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studies betreffende het Interreg-project EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Definitieve versie van het eindverslag. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download

Zillmer, S., Haarich S., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Le Moglie, P. (2017) Implementation of the Decision and the Framework on SGEIs: involvement of LRAs in the reporting exercise and state of play as regards the assessment of social services as economic activities. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Montán, A., Wergles, N., Toptsidou, M., Gorny, H., Brkanovic, S., Celotti, P. (2017), Entrepreneurship on islands and other peripheral regions. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Zillmer, S. (2017). Gold-plating in the European Structural and Investment Funds. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Lüer, C. & F. Holstein (2016). Functional integration as a tool for urban areas to deliver territorial cohesion. EUROCITIES Making cities. Visions for an urban Future, pp. 74-83 http://www.eurocities.eu/eurocities/30visionsforcities. Download.

Levralet, F., Perku, A., Lorgeoux, E., Brignani, N., Wills, T.J.B., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F. & Stumm, T. (2016). Review of Adopted European Territorial Cooperation Programmes. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Böhme, K., Holstein, F. & Toptsidou, M. (2015). Report on the Assessment of Territorial Cohesion and the Territorial Agenda 2020 of the European Union. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures on Behalf of the EU Trio Presidency. Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M. & Holstein, F. (2015). Territorial Governance and Cohesion Policy. Brussels: European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Lüer, C., Böhme, K., Jæger, S., Hans, S., Madeira, N., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Tulumello, S., Bina, O. & Ferrão, J. (2015). Report on territorial impact projections. Final deliverable (D7.2) of work package 7 on Territorial Governance. FLAGSHIP project, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Download.

Böhme, K., Zillmer, S., Toptsidou, M., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Gløersen, E. (2014). A Territorial Perspective on the Europe 2020 Strategy: Contribution to European Public Consultation Process (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 4). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Publication activities Sebastian Hans

Zillmer, S., Hans, S., Lüer, C., Montan, A., Toptsidou, M., Schuh, B., Hsiung, C., Celotti, P. & Le Moglie. P. (2017) EGTC monitoring report 2016 and impacts of Schengen area crisis on the work of EGTCs. European Committee of Regions. Download.

Toptsidou, M., Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Haarich, S. & Hans, S. (2017). Added Value of macro-regional strategies. Interact Programme. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Hans, S., Kaucic, J., Schuh, B., Keringer, F. & Celotti, P. (2016). The impact of demographic change on European regions. Brussels: Committee of the Regions.

Lüer, C., Böhme, K., Jæger, S., Hans, S., Madeira, N., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Tulumello, S., Bina, O. & Ferrão, J. (2015). Report on territorial impact projections. Final deliverable (D7.2) of work package 7 on Territorial Governance. FLAGSHIP project, 7th Framework Programme (FP7). Download.

Publication activities Silke Haarich

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studien zum Interreg-Projekt EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Endfassung des Abschlussberichts. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download.

Lüer, C., Schürmann, C., Harmsen, J., Fransen, R., Haarich, S., Holstein, F., Lebesque, L., Zillmer, S., Zwicky, A. (2017): Studies betreffende het Interreg-project EUREGIO Güterkorridor / EUREGIO Goederencorridor. Definitieve versie van het eindverslag. Gronau: EUREGIO. Download

Zillmer, S., Haarich S., Holstein, F., Toptsidou, M., Le Moglie, P. (2017) Implementation of the Decision and the Framework on SGEIs: involvement of LRAs in the reporting exercise and state of play as regards the assessment of social services as economic activities. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Montán, A., Wergles, N., Toptsidou, M., Gorny, H., Brkanovic, S., Celotti, P. (2017), Entrepreneurship on islands and other peripheral regions. European Committee of the Regions. Download.

Toptsidou, M., Böhme, K., Gløersen, E., Haarich, S. & Hans, S. (2017). Added Value of macro-regional strategies. Interact Programme. Download.

Haarich, S. N. (2016). Evaluation of Capacities in Multi-level Governance Networks: the GOCAPASS Tool. In Dotti, N. F., (ed.), (2016), Learning from implementation and evaluation of the EU Cohesion Policy: Lessons from a research-policy dialogue. RSA Research Network on Cohesion Policy. Brussels. Download.

Gløersen, E., Drăgulin, M., Haarich, S., Zillmer, S., Holstein, F., Lüer, C. & Hans, S. (2016). Services of General Interest in the Funding Period 2014-2020. European Parliament. Policy Department B: Structural and Cohesion Policies. Download.

Haarich, S. (2016). The GOA tool - assessment of macro regional governance systems. (Spatial Foresight Brief No. 6). Heisdorf: Spatial Foresight. Download.

Del Castillo, J., Barroeta, B., Haarich, S. & Fernandez, E. (2015). Ciudad Creativa versus Smart City – la innovación ciudadana y social versus la tecnocrática (INFYDE Working Paper Series No. 15).

Haarich, S. N. (2015). How to Evaluate Intangible Achievements in Cooperation and Governance? A New Methodology. In Challenges for the New Cohesion Policy 2014-2020. Riga, Latvia.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2015a). Le musée Guggenheim de Bilbao et la régénération urbaine: explorer les conditions d’un renouvellement urbain réussi. In G. Baudelle, G. Krauss, & J.-F. Polo, Musées d’art et développement territorial, pp. 45–62.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2015b). The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao: Between Regional Embeddedness and Global Networking. European Planning Studies, 23(8), pp. 1456–1475. Download.

Haarich, S. N. (2014). How to Measure Capacity Development? A New Tool for the Evaluation of Intangible Assets in Regional Development. In Evaluation for an Equitable Society. Dublin, Ireland.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2013). Estudio sobre el Desarrollo Urbano Sostenible cofinanciado por el FEDER en España 2014-2020: Directrices Estratégicas. Brussels: Study for the European Commission, DG REGIO.

Haarich, S. & Plaza, B. (2013). Bilbao: The Guggenheim Effect. In T. Yang & K. R. Kunzmann, Creative Cities in Practice. European and Asian Perspectives, pp. 29–38. Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2013). Putting a city on the Map: How the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Changed the Position of Bilbao in Global Networks. Presented at the XXIII Sunbelt Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), Hamburg, Germany.

Plaza, B., Haarich, S. N. & Waldron, C. M. (2013). Picasso’s Guernica: The Strength of an Art Brand in Destination e-Branding. International Journal of Arts Management, 15, pp. 53–64.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2012). Creative Bilbao: The Guggenheim Effect. The Journal of Urban Planning International (UPI). “Creative Cities in Europe and China“ (Chinese Edition), 27(3), pp. 11–16.

Plaza, B., Haarich, S. N. & Waldron, C. (2012). Branding Bilbao: Assessing the Role of an Art Museum in Creating a Valuable Place Brand. Presented at the ACEI 2012 17th International Conference on Cultural Economics, Kyoto, Japan.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2011a). Internacionalización y Políticas de Apoyo a las PYMEs en la Unión Europea (Primer Diálogo Público-Privado Unión Europea-América Latina ‘Inversión Extranjera Directa y PYMES’). Santiago de Chile: CEPAL / AL-Invest IV / EuroChile / EUROCHAMBRES / CAINCO / CNI.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2011b). Papel de los parques científicos y tecnológicos en la transferencia de conocimiento. In Fundación Conocimiento y Desarrollo, Informe CYD 2011. Monografía. La transferencia de tecnología y conocimiento universidad-empresa en España: estado actual, retos y oportunidades.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2011). Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ - an Art Brand as Key Element of Destination e-Branding Strategies. Presented at the 11th International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC 2011), Antwerp, Belgium.

Haarich, S. N. & Plaza, B. (2010). Das Guggenheim-Museum von Bilbao als Symbol für erfolgreichen Wandel – Legende und Wirklichkeit. In U. Altrock, T. Kuder, H. Nuissl, & D. Peters, Symbolische Orte. Planerische (De-)Konstruktionen (Vol. 19), , pp. 150–166. Berlin.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2010). A Guggenheim-Hermitage Museum as an Economic Engine? Some Preliminary Ingredients for Its Effectiveness. Transformations in Business and Economics, 9(2), pp. 128–138.

Haarich, S. N. (2009). Development of Evaluation Systems – Measurement and Action. In A. Fouquet & L. Méasson, L’évaluation des Politiques Publiques en Europe, Culture et Futurs. Policy and Programme Evaluation in Europe, Cultures and Prospects, pp. 153–162.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2009). Museums for urban regeneration? Exploring conditions for their effectiveness. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 2(3), pp. 259–271.

Plaza, B., Tironi, M. & Haarich, S. N. (2009). Bilbao’s Art Scene and the ‘Guggenheim effect’ Revisited. European Planning Studies, 17(11), pp. 1711–1729. Download.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2008). Information Systems. In J. Potter, Making Local Strategies Work. Building the Evidence Base., pp. 143–165. Paris: OECD.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2008a). The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in scientific journals: Asymmetries between the American art perspective and the European regional planning viewpoint. (MPRA Paper). Munich Personal RePec Archive.

Plaza, B. & Haarich, S. N. (2008b). The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao: Reflecting the linkages between a global art museum and regional knowledge and identity. Presented at the Conference of the Regional Studies Association “Regions: The Dilemmas of Integration and Competition?, Prague, Czech Republic.

Haarich, S. N. (2007a). Desarrollo económico para todos. Diagnóstico de la situación del sistema económico-productivo de la Provincia Velasco. (Editorial Imprenta El País). Bolivia: DED – Servicio Alemán de Cooperación Social técnica en la Coordinadora Interinstitucional de la Provincia Velasco.

Haarich, S. N. (2007b). Desarrollo humano local en el oriente de Bolivia: La Chiquitania entre la universidad virtual, electrificación y desayuno escolar. Presented at the Congress organised by the Instituto Hegoa (Universidad del País Vasco) ‘Propuestas Locales para otra Globalización’, Bilbao, Spain.

Haarich, S. N., Möllers, F. & Rauland, J. (2007). El turismo en la Provincia Velasco – datos, cifras e información sobre los visitantes de San Ignacio (Editorial Imprenta El País). Bolivia: DED – Servicio Alemán de Cooperación Social técnica en la Coordinadora Interinstitucional de la Provincia Velasco.

Haarich, S. N. (2006a). Bilbaos Wandel auf Karten und Plänen. Über die Funktionen von Stadtplänen und Karten in einer sich regenerierenden Industriestadt. Raumplanung, 124, pp. 38–42.

Haarich, S. N. (2006b). Mejora de los Sistemas de Evaluación – desarrollo de la capacidad de evaluación respondiendo a la nueva demanda de la Política Regional Europea. PhD thesis. Alicante: Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes.

Haarich, S. N. (2005a). Diferentes sistemas de evaluación de las Políticas Públicas en Europa: España, Alemania y los países del Este. Revista Española de Control Externo, VII(20), pp. 61–87.

Haarich, S. N. (2005b). Evaluation of local and regional strategies and projects: Evidence from Spain. Presented at the Seminar of the OCDE LEED Programme “Evaluating Local Development Strategies“, Bratislava, Slovakia.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2004). Urban renaissance, arts and culture: the Bilbao region as an innovative milieu. In R. Camagini, D. Maillat, & A. Matteaccioli, Ressources naturelles et culturelles, milieux et développement local. (GREMI VI), pp. 195–216. Université Neuchatêl: Institut de recherches économiques et regionales IRER.

Haarich, S. N. & Del Castillo, J. (2004). Development of Evaluation Systems – Evaluation Capacity Building in the Framework of the New Challenges of EU Structural Policy. Presented at the 44th European Regional Science Association conference, Porto, Portugal.

Del Castillo, J. & Haarich, S. N. (2003). La Evaluación de las Actividades de I+D+i en las Regiones Objetivo 1: Resultados y Perspectivas. In C. Ogando & B. Olga y Miranda Esclar, Evaluación de Programas e Iniciativas Comunitarias: Experiencias, Nuevas Orientaciones y Buenas Prácticas. Universidad de Valladolid.: Instituto de Estudios Europeos.

Haarich, S. N. (2003). Culture as a Means to Urban Development – the Case of Bilbao. Presented at the Cardiff – a City of Debate Programme, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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