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19 06 2019 > Brussels
Does Europe feel European?
Time to find out. The PERCEIVE team has presented the research findings on three main themes: citizens’ perception and identification with the EU, the communication of the Cohesion Policy and guidelines on the implementation process.
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Why do citizens’ support Cohesion Policy? Identity, corruption and governance
Nicholas Charron and Monika Bauhr, University of Gothenburg
Citizens’ perception of the Cohesion Policy and support to the European Union
Enrique López-Bazo and Vicente Royuela, University of Barcelona
Integrating Cohesion and Rural policies
Adam Cox, University of Portsmouth
Pawel Chmieliński, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics – National Research Institute
Guidelines on Cohesion Policy Implementation: PERCEIVE Evidence, Scenario analysis and Policy recommendations
Edoardo Mollona, Cristina Brasili, Alba Marino, Valentina Aiello, Giovanni Cunico and Eirini Aivazidou, University of Bologna
(1) Guidelines on Cohesion Policy Communication: PERCEIVE Evidence, Scenario analysis and Policy recommendations
Vitaliano Barberio, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
(2) Guidelines on Cohesion Policy Communication: PERCEIVE Evidence, Scenario analysis and Policy recommendations
Edoardo Mollona, Luca Pareschi, Giovanni Cunico and Eirini Aivazidou, University of Bologna
What has the Final Conference been about?
Research wrap up
Researchers from PERCEIVE team has presented the development of the project through the analysis of several topics: identity with the EU, corruption, governance, perception and support of Cohesion Policy and its integration with Rural Policies.
PERCEIVE team has shared the final output of the project: recommendations for Cohesion Policy implementation and communication, practical insights for policy-makers, practitioners and other stakeholders from the European institutions or LMAs.
Participants have been invited to take part to the discussion, sharing their experience and shaping together an improved Cohesion Policy. The discussion has been introduced by members of DG REGIO and Committee of the Regions.