The fifth CPNET workshop, this year hosted by GREEN Bocconi, aims to focus on how integrated territorial development has fared during this period for the CP as well as promoting synergies with other EU Policy and the overall process of European integration. Specifically,
– Place-based approach
– Enablers and constraints to the territorialisation of the CR and, in general, of EU policies
– Impacts of the territorialisation of the EU policy on specific territorial issues
– Cultural heritage
– Synergies with other policies, especially Horizon Europe and the Common Agricultural Policy
– Porposals and the potenial challenges to integrated territorial development
Keynote Speaker: Riccardo, Crescenzi, London School of Economics, UK
Riccardo Crescenzi is a Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of Economics and is the current holder of a European Research Council (ERC) Grant. He is also an Associate at the Centre for International Development, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and he is affiliated with the European Institute, Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and the Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC) at the LSE.
He has been a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute (EUI) and a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Taubman Centre, Harvard University and at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
His research is focused on regional economic development, innovation, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and multinationals and the analysis and evaluation of European Union policies. His 5-year ERC research project looks at the location strategies of FDI around the world, at their impacts on the host economies and at the evaluation of policies for the attraction and retention of FDI.
Presentations will be limited to 15 minutes to allow room for discussants’ feedback and debate. Speakers are encouraged to use images, diagrams, infographics and other types of visualisations in their presentations. Usually, a good presentation has no more than 35-50 words per slide.
All presentations will take place online and grouped in panels by theme. Each panel will last a maximum of 2 hours, taking place on a different day and will be organised as follow
- Keynote lecture (about 30 minutes)
- Three Presentations (15’ minutes each)
The keynote lectures will be broadcasted, the parallel session not, but those interested can register and attend for free the online event.
Presenters will be invited to contribute to a policy statement to be released just after the event.
This workshop will be held under the auspices of the Regional Studies Association’s Research Network on EU Cohesion Policy, co-organised with the Network`s partners and hosted by the Department of European Studies of the Poznań University of Economics and Business (PUEB).
Main Organisers for this workshop are Alberto Bramanti (SPS Department, Bocconi University) and Mattia Casula (Università di Bologna). Leaza McSorley (University of Sunderland), Ugo Fratesi (Politecnico di Milano), and Nicola Francesco Dotti (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) as academic convenors.
Participation in the event is free of charge. Participants not presenting papers are very welcome but will need to register.
For any other inquiries please contact the local organisers of the workshop firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
For any other enquiries about CPnet please contact Nicola Francesco Dotti (Nicola.Dotti@vub.be)