Europe 2020 Strategy and New Policies for Marginal Areas


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Marginality should be seen as an a asset rather than a liability for a region or a community. Marginality reflects a strategy of economic development, and this paper also seeks institutional means for championing marginality over conformity.



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Carmelina Bevilacqua, Francesco Calabrò and Lucia Della Spina




V. Provenzano and M. R. Seminara, "Europe 2020 Strategy and New Policies for Marginal Areas", Advanced Engineering Forum, Vol. 11, pp. 53-57, 2014

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June 2014


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