Strategic coordination and financial complementarity of CPR Funds with other EU instruments
The European Union offers many funding instruments and programmes. Many of these touch on similar policy areas. With an increasing number of instruments, coordination, complementarity and coherence between EU funding instruments becomes ever more important to use the resources best. The study commissioned by DG Regio aims to assess complementarities between Cohesion Policy and other EU funds from different perspective. This includes policy priorities and work programmes, financial complementarities and strategic relations between Cohesion Policy and the Recovery and Resilience Facility.
Led by t33, the study is conducted together ÖIR and Oxford Research.
Client: European Commission, DG Regio
Duration: March 2022 – December 2023