"Strengthening European identity through Cohesion Policy": the PERCEIVE Conference in Bucharest
16/10/2018 | Romanian Academy – Institute of Agricultural Economics | Events | WP2, WP1, WP4
We have started our last year of the project: what are the findings so far? What our first recommendations? PERCEIVE researchers will hold a Conference in Bucharest on the 25th and 26th of October to present their research results to policymakers, practitioners and stakeholders of the case-study regions.
PERCEIVE Project, in collaboration with the World Bank, organizes on 25th and 26th of October 2018, in Bucharest, Romania, the international conference "Strengthening European identity through Cohesion Policy – First findings and policy recommendations from the PERCEIVE project".
The conference will see the participation of policymakers, practitioners and other stakeholders from the PERCEIVE case-study regions, also at national and EU level.
Researchers will present the first two years’ output of the project and to interactively discuss three major topics:
- Governance of Cohesion Policy and the perceptions of Europeans;
- Discourse on Cohesion Policy;
- Policy recommendations for EU regional policies.
The second day of the conference will be dedicated to testing the PERCEIVE Virtual Dynamics Simulation model aimed to analyze the interaction among Cohesion Policy implementation, regional specificities, communication, symbolic space and identification with the EU project. This session will address, in particular, the representatives from the project case-study regions.
Interested in the PERCEIVE's research? Here you find the dedicated page
Do you want to explore the results so far? Go to the public deliverables page
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