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Transnational Governance in Cross-Border Regions Multilevel participation, influence, and dialogue. Presentation to the EU Cohesion Policy Seminar , University of Strathclyde, December 5th 2008 Elisabetta Nadalutti Department of European Modern Languages, University of Bath

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transnational governance in cross border regions multilevel participation influence and dialogue

Transnational Governance in Cross-Border Regions Multilevel participation, influence, and dialogue

Presentation to the EU Cohesion Policy Seminar,

University of Strathclyde, December 5th 2008

Elisabetta Nadalutti

Department of European Modern Languages, University of Bath

[email protected]

The Upper Adriatic area

argument
Argument
  • Cross-Border-Regions are laboratories for the emergence of a new mode of governance which can overcome national, institutional and mental barriers for developing a transnational multi layered network.
theories used
Theories used
  • Multi-level-Governance
    • Type 1: hierarchical, jurisdictions at a limited number of levels
    • Type2: mix of polycentric authorities, complex, fluid patchwork of innumerable, overlapping jurisdictions at numerous territorial levels
  • Network
    • relatively stable, horizontal articulation of interdependent, operationally autonomous actors who interact with each other
slovenian and italian border
Slovenian and Italian border
  • Slovenia and Italy were separated by the Iron Curtain during WWII
  • Their relationship was characterised by animosity and unresolved issues stemming from WWII
  • Semifederal vs Centralised state
  • The CB territory is characterised by a considerable presence of ethnic minorities
role of the eu vis vis the sub national level
Role of the EU vis à vis the sub-national level
  • the EU vis à vis SNAs.
  • The EU and the common management of Interreg IV.
  • The EU Commission and the approval of the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC, EU new supra-regional juridical institution)
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These factors seem to show that
    • the EU is trying to empower SNAs and promote new transnational institutions and programmes.
    • The actors involved are strongly encouraged to:
      • find a common working ground
      • overcome self-centred territorial issues and practices
      • think in terms of a cohesive cross-border area
sub national actors participation symbolic or effective influence
Sub-national actors participation: symbolic or effective influence?
  • Italian and Slovenian institutional and political configuration
  • Italian Regions vis à vis Slovenian municipalities
  • Slovenia vis à vis Italian regions
  • Italy vis à vis EGTC.
mlg type 1 or 2
MLG type 1 or 2?
  • MLG type 1: vertical relationship between regional, national and supranational jurisdiction. Asymmetrical
  • MLG type 2: horizontal network multi level linkages both visible and symmetrical at micro level
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