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Medeiros, E. (2020). The EGTC as a tool for cross-border multi-level governance. In 15 years of the EGTCs. Lessons learned and future perspectives. (pp. 145-168). Budapest: CESCI.
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E. J. Medeiros,  "The EGTC as a tool for cross-border multi-level governance", in 15 years of the EGTCs. Lessons learned and future perspectives, Budapest, CESCI, 2020, pp. 145-168
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@incollection{medeiros2020_1618394104969,
	author = "Medeiros, E.",
	title = "The EGTC as a tool for cross-border multi-level governance",
	chapter = "",
	booktitle = "15 years of the EGTCs. Lessons learned and future perspectives",
	year = "2020",
	volume = "",
	series = "",
	edition = "",
	pages = "145-145",
	publisher = "CESCI",
	address = "Budapest",
	url = "http://legalaccess.cesci-net.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/15_Years_EGTCs_07_MEDEIROS_Multi_level.pdf "
}
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TY  - CHAP
TI  - The EGTC as a tool for cross-border multi-level governance
T2  - 15 years of the EGTCs. Lessons learned and future perspectives
AU  - Medeiros, E.
PY  - 2020
SP  - 145-168
CY  - Budapest
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AB  - Far from signalling the optimal organisational design and legislative framework for stimulating cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation processes across Europe, the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) affects various aspects of multi-level governance. In accepting this, this chapter discusses potential benefits of EGTCs as a tool to boost cross-border multi-level governance, based on the analysis of the EGTC implemented strategies. This chapter proposes a novel conceptual framework to classify cross-border EGTCs based on their contribution to reducing border barriers and increasing the: (i) strategic, (ii) intermediary and (iii) rogue type of territorial capital of the cross-border region. It concludes that only a few ongoing EGTCs have been effective enough to respond to the main territorial development issues faced by the cross-border regions they cover. In this context, the author suggests a strategic makeover of several EGTCs with a view to concentrating on specific, rather than generic, strategic policy goals. In particular, several EGTCs’ strategic foci should shift to reducing border
barriers and promoting cross-border or transnational spatial planning.
ER  -