Social Inclusion have published the special issue
The issue, edited by Anja Jørgensen (Aalborg University), Mia Arp Fallov (Aalborg University), Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen (Aalborg University), Hans Thor Andersen (Aalborg University) e Maja De Neergaard (Aalborg University), deals with the first evidences from Horzizon 2020 COHSMO project.
COHSMO stands for Inequality, urbanization and Territorial Cohesion: Developing the European Social Model of economic growth and democratic capacity.
The special issue is available on open access.
The table of contents is as follow:
Cohesion in the Local Context: Reconciling the Territorial, Economic and Social Dimensions, by Hans Thor Andersen, Mia Arp Fallov, Anja Jørgensen, Maja de Neergaard and Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen
Territorial Cohesion of What and Why? The Challenge of Spatial Justice for EU’s Cohesion Policy, by Mikko Weckroth and Sami Moisio
Positioning the Urban in the Global Knowledge Economy: Increasing Competitiveness or Inequality, by Tatjana Boczy, Ruggero Cefalo, Andrea Parma and Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen
Territorial Cohesion as a Policy Narrative: From Economic Competitiveness to ‘Smart’ Growth and Beyond, by Panagiotis Artelaris and George Mavrommatis
Narratives of Territorial Cohesion and Economic Growth: A Comparative Study, by Tatjana Boczy and Marta Margherita Cordini
Rural Cohesion: Collective Efficacy and Leadership in the Territorial Governance of Inclusion, by Anja Jørgensen, Mia Arp Fallov, Maria Casado-Diaz and Rob Atkinson
Rethinking Suburban Governance in the CEE Region: A Comparison of Two Municipalities in Poland and Lithuania, by Jurga Bučaitė-Vilkė and Joanna Krukowska
Local Territorial Cohesion: Perception of Spatial Inequalities in Access to Public Services in Polish Case-Study Municipalities, by Wirginia Aksztejn
In Search of Territorial Cohesion: An Elusive and Imagined Notion, by Rob Atkinson and Carolina Pacchi
Contexts and Interconnections: A Conjunctural Approach to Territorial Cohesion, by Maja de Neergaard, Mia Arp Fallov, Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen and Anja Jørgensen
This project has recieved funding from the European Union’s Horizion 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727058