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Current issue: EStIF 4/18 – With both a focus on current operational issues and a look ahead to the future
 
Opening the issue and looking ahead to the post-2020 period, Svetlana Kineva presents the Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027. She reflects on the implications for Cohesion policy of the new long-term budget, as well as the challenges faced by politicians to finalise the negotiations on time and not risk the early start of programme implementation in the next period.

Eduardo Medeiros also looks to the future in his assessment of the main territorial impacts of EU Cohesion policy in the Iberian Peninsula over the last three decades. His article discusses the role of EU funds in promoting a more cohesive territory in Spain and Portugal, and suggests alternative paths to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of Cohesion policy.

Tamás Berky’s article takes a financial and service experience perspective when addressing the issue of sustainability of investments in the built environment financed by ESI Funds.

Oana Maria Neagu, Elena Botezatu and Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat discuss addressing health inequalities through ESIF. Their article identifies some of the enablers and barriers to uptake of ESIF for health projects, with the aim of assisting with the prospective engagement of health actors in a growing multi-level governance system.

Closing the issue is an article by Claudia Gonzales Cobos, based on her College of Europe thesis which won the 2018 Lexxion Award. Her research investigates the impact of ESIF on the performance of SMEs.

View ESTIF 4/2018 table of contents here.
 

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Publication frequency: quarterly
approx. 80 pages
ISSN 21 96-82 68

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EStIF - European Structural and Investment Funds Journal

With the Programming Period which started in 2014, the journal responds to the growing need for information exchange between the various stakeholders involved. EStIF offers a platform for hands-on expertise in structural policy, and encourages knowledge exchange between European institutions and Member States in the field of ESI Funds.

This journal focuses on:

  • analysing the programming period 2007-2013,  as well as lessons learnt from it;
  • the programming period 2014-2020 regarding management, implementation and control of European Structural and Investment Funds;
  • providing a platform for sharing (best) practice and experiences of Member States & beneficiaries.

The journal focuses on the practical aspects of the implementation of ESI Funds in the European Union. Experienced specialists from both the European institutions and from the national and regional authorities actively contribute their expertise to this journal.

 

Editor-in-Chief

Rona Michie
Research Fellow, European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Editorial Board




Balázs Dencső
Head of Unit G3: European Network and Monitoring of Rural Development Policy, Directorate G: Horizontal Aspects of Rural Development, Directorate-General Agriculture and Rural Development, European Commission, Brussels

Björn Gabriel
Senior Adviser, Strategy, Policy & Coordination Division, Advisory Services Department, European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

Danuta Hübner
Member of the European Parliament, Chairwoman of the Committee on Regional Development, former Commissioner for Regional Policy, Brussels

Reiner Kneifel-Haverkamp
Brandenburg Ministry of Justice, for European Affairs  and Consumer Protection, Head of Unit International Relations, Potsdam

Jo Kremers
Ministry of Finance, Central Audit Authority, Den Haag

Gina MyIntyre
Chief Executive, Special EU Programmes Body, Belfast

Phedon A. Nicolaides
Jan Tinbergen Professor and Director of Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges and Academic Director at lexxion training

Kjell Nilsson
Director, Nordregio, Stockholm

Wolfgang Petzold
Head of Unit D2 - Events, Fora, Open Days, Committee of the Regions, Brussels

Elisa Roller
Head of Unit DG MARE, European Commission, Brussels

Alexander Rose
Legal Director Commercial & Competition, DWF LLP, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Martin Weber
Head of Audit Unit ERDF/CF, Transport and Energy, European Court of Auditors, Luxembourg

Fiona Wishlade
Director, European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Piotr Żuber
Director of the Department for Economic Strategy, Ministry of Economic Development, Poland



Country Correspondents

Austria Christina Bauer
Managing Authority, Alpine Space Programme, Salzburg
Belgium Louis Vervloet
ESF Agency Flanders, Brussels
Croatia Martina Gutvald
Ministry of Finance, Zagreb
Greece Anna Kanakaki
Regional Coordinator COP on Result Based Management, Management & Organisation Unit of Development Programmes, Athens
Hungary Júlia Szenthe
Former Senior Expert, Prime Minister’s Office, Budapest
Italy Olga Simeon
European Commission, State Aid Coordinator
Portugal Luis Santos
PO SEUR - Operational Programme for Sustainability and Efficient Use of Resources, Lisboa
Romania Alina Ploae
Ministry of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds
Slovenia Peter Wostner
Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy, Ljubljana
United Kingdom Jayne Woolford
EU Policy and Funding Advisor, Brecon


 
 
 
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