2 edition of Administering the structural funds found in the catalog.
Administering the structural funds
|Statement||Ian Bache and Stephen George.|
|Contributions||George, Stephen, 1949-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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The EU structural funds have a number of overlapping and sometimes conflicting goals: enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium enterprises, supporting . The EU's Committee of the Regions (CoR) fears that the European Commission's recent proposal to suspend part of the Cohesion Fund commitments in Hungary for due to the country's excessive budget deficit (see Europolitics ) sets a precedent for the extension of macroeconomic conditionality to all Structural Funds post - something which the CoR is strongly opposed to.
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Successfully managing and administering European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) rests on the effective governance of the investment process, on the administrative capacity of Managing Authorities, and on the engagement of a diverse range of stakeholders, including beneficiaries.
The OECD has developed an analytical framework with four dimensions – people management, organisational. insights about the implications of structural paper then examines the leading gener ic models for indi - vidual accounts,the values that appear to underlie each.
This pioneering book provides the first systematic and critical examination of the role of the EU Structural Funds in European integration. This issue is important because substantial sums of money are involved that are not being used effectively or efficiently.
The book raises topical issues following the challenges posed by the introduction of the Euro and the planned admission of several. Funds: Private Equity, Hedge and All Core Structures is a practical introductory guide to the legal and commercial context in which funds are raised and invest their money, with examinations of the tax and regulatory background, and an analysis of the key themes and trends that the funds industry face following the financial crisis.
The book Cited by: 1. The Structural Funds and the Cohesion Fund are financial tools set up to implement the regional policy of the European aim to reduce regional disparities in income, wealth and opportunities.
Europe's poorer regions receive most of the support, but all European regions are eligible for funding under the policy's various funds and programmes. Successfully managing and administering European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) rests on the effective governance of the investment process, on the administrative capacity of Managing Authorities, and on the engagement of a diverse range of stakeholders, including beneficiaries.
Management of Structural Funds Irregularities: Reporting and follow-up. Topics • Reporting obligation • Context of the reporting • Requirements for reporting • New software for on-line communication • Analysis and feed-back • Financial corrections.
Reporting obligation. The Structural funds are funding instruments that allow the European Union (EU) to grant financial assistance to specific sectors, regions, or combinations of both, to resolve structural economic and social problems.
At present, there are four structural funds: The European regional development funds (ERDF), whose main objective is to promote economic and social cohesion within the EU by. Bachtler J. and Ferry M. Conditionalities and the performance of European Structural Funds: a principal-agent analysis of control mechanisms in European Union cohesion policy, Regional Studies.
Structural Funds Introduction The structural funds were set up to give financial support to under-developed and economically weak EU regions.
The structural funds comprise the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), European Social Fund (ESF), Cohesion Fund and the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA). According to Chapter 3 of the text book, in addition to the three classes of full citizens in Sumerian society, a fourth class of "non-citizens" was that of: to be represented in developing goals and policies or that program and in maintaining the program receiving federal funds by administering and working in it is referred to as.
be followed by defence actors in order to access European Structural Funds for dual-use projects. Main objective of this Handbook is to bring all necessary technical support to project holders, focusing especially on Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), to get access to European Structural Funds in the financial framework.
There are now two Structural Funds, with a total budget of around € billion for a seven-year period: the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the European Social Fund (ESF). In addition, Member States will benefit from a support fund for rural development, EAFRD, and from a fund for Fisheries, the EFF.
In some member states. Katsaitis and Doulos () note that even though Structural Funds are expected to stimulate growth and investment (they are required to be invested), these funds may be invested in certain other Author: George Georgescu. Community Living for Europe: Structural Funds Watch (CLE:SFW) is an independent initiative that tracks how effectively the clear commitment of the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) to support community living of children, persons with disabilities and older persons is being implemented.
The initiative is guided by a Steering Committee comprised of non-governmental organisations. European Structural funds (SF) on the Polish administrative system. It attempts to assess the system of distribution of the SF in Poland stressing its features inherited from the communist regime, its effectiveness and the potential evolution of the institutional arrangements.
The paper examines to what extent the collective learning. Read chapter 5 Research and Development: Funding, Performance, and Innovation: The science and engineering enterprise has continued to evolve, responding.
Structural Funds. Hence, the EU Structural Funds cannot, in principle, be used to replace Member States’ funds while the States are obliged to provide up to half of the funds (depending on the objective) needed for the programmes and projects that are eligible for structural support.
Structural Funds budget for. HOPWA Rental Assistance Guidebook 2 HOPWA funding. While the guidebook is designed as a resource to be used when developing and administering a rental assistance program for persons living with HIV/AIDS, it is not a stand-alone Size: 1MB.
that factor may not provide sufficient funds for future replacement needs for the following reasons. a. The factor was derived from the average of several projects' replacement needs; it has little or no relationship to the specific equipment and/or structural elements that will need to be repaired or replaced at a specific project.
b.structural fund: European funds that are invested for economic development purposes into the poorer nations of the European Union.• European structural and investment funds (hereafter ‘structural funds’) support economic development across EU member states and their constituent regions.
Structural funds have existed since the s, with the aim of reducing economic and social inequalities between the EU’s regions and nations.