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EU territorial governance: learning from institutional progress

AESOP - Association of European Schools of Planning
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The main focus of the 2009 Aesop Congress is on how the lessons from the past can be used to deal with the many challenges and opportunities facing planning and planners in the future. Looking back at the recent history of various attempts to factor territory into the EU policy agenda - a more specific issue addressed by the Congress Track 2 chairs - this paper proposes a systematic review of official texts regarding, in direct or indirect manner, EU territorial governance. Aim of the paper is to assess the positioning of EU territorial governance in an institutional perspective by direct sources, in order to discuss possible implications for planning in Europe

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