By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
Macro-regional techniques search to enhance the interaction of the european with present regimes and associations, and foster coherence of transnational regulations. Drawing on macro-regional governance and Europeanization, this edited quantity offers an outline of tactics of macro-regionalization in Europe showing facts in their major impression.
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Cugusi, B. and Stocchiero, A. (2012) ‘Macro-regions, “la Nouvelle Vogue” of Transnational Cooperation, the Geopolitical Case of the Mediterranean Basin’, EUBORDERREGIONS Working Paper Series 4 (Rome: CeSPI). Dangerﬁeld, M. (2010) ‘Macro-regions as a Concept’, Proceedings of the Forum at the Committee of the Regions on ‘Europe’s Macro-regions: Integration through Territorial Co-operation, Brussels, 13 April 2010. Delamaide, D. (1994) The New Superregions of Europe (New York: Dutton). , Schmitt, P.
4 The established track record in cooperative efforts across various levels of governance in the Baltic Sea Region5 has hitherto informed the EU’s approaches to the region. A framework for analysis: multilevel governance, rescaling and Europeanization Macro-regions are deeply embedded in the EU’s system of multilevel governance (MLG) and can therefore be interpreted from multilevel, multisector and multi-actor perspectives (Hooghe and Marks, 2010; Piattoni, 2010). 1). This is not restricted to changes of powers across levels of government but also implies territorial ‘rescaling’ (Keating, 2009), that is, new scales of intervention, new actor constellations, and variable geometries of governance (Stead, 2011, p.
In chapter 2, Martin Dangerﬁeld prepares the ground by tracing back the historical roots of macro-regional strategies to the pre-existing subregional organizations. This chapter provides a survey of the various subregional groupings operating in and around the EU when the EU’s ‘macro-regional region project’ took shape. As well as examining the main roles and limitations of these subregional groupings, this chapter also identiﬁes some key distinctions between them. Dangerﬁeld argues that these differences are important because they can be used to explain the differing extents to which such subregional groupings contribute towards the agenda of macro-regional strategies.
A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence by Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern