Indicators for Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion: Stakeholder-Driven Selection Approach for Improving Usability at Regional and Local Levels

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González, A, Daly, G, Pinch, PL, Adams, N, Valtenbergs, V, Burns, MC and Johannesson, H (2015). Indicators for Spatial Planning and Territorial Cohesion: Stakeholder-Driven Selection Approach for Improving Usability at Regional and Local Levels. Regional Studies. 49 (9), pp. 1588 - 1602.
AuthorsGonzález, A, Daly, G, Pinch, PL, Adams, N, Valtenbergs, V, Burns, MC and Johannesson, H
Abstract

© 2015 Regional Studies Association.González A., Daly G., Pinch P., Adams N., Valtenbergs V., Burns M. C. and Johannesson H. Indicators for spatial planning and territorial cohesion: stakeholder-driven selection approach for improving usability at regional and local levels, Regional Studies. Reformed European Union Cohesion Policy aims at delivering a coherent investment policy to achieve the Europe 2020 Strategy goals and to reduce regional disparities. Spatial indicators measure progress towards agreed policy goals and support place-based approaches to policy implementation. Despite the range of indicators available, development of a standardized approach in support of Cohesion Policy has received little empirical attention. A set of key spatial indicators has been identified in a stakeholder-driven process. The methodological approach applied is presented and resulting indicators critically appraised with regards to their applicability and potential for assisting improved integration between Cohesion Policy and spatial planning.

Year2015
JournalRegional Studies
Journal citation49 (9), pp. 1588 - 1602
PublisherLondon South Bank University
ISSN0034-3404
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/00343404.2015.1018883
Publication dates
Print08 Apr 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited01 Nov 2016
Accepted15 Jan 2015
Accepted author manuscript
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CC BY 4.0
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