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Guide to High-Speed Broadband Investment

Guide to High-Speed Broadband Investment (October 2014)

The broadband investment guide will help local, regional and national authorities to develop long-term development plans to bring fast internet to their communities. The handbook gives practical tips to support public authorities in the preparation of broadband investment projects, including those co-financed from the European Structural and Investment Funds and the Connecting Europe Facility.

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Partnership Agreements and Operational Programmes

Cohesion Policy factsheets

The country-specific fact sheet highlights results that have been achieved so far and refers to selected projects from the 2007-2013 period. Looking ahead, it also contains information about the distribution of funding and the main investment priorities for the period of 2014-2020. The general fact sheet provides information, in the form of questions and answers, concerning the reform of Cohesion Policy in the new period. It explains the basic principles of the policy and provides contact details for further information and applications for funding.

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Setting up, managing and evaluating EU Science And Technology Parks

Setting up, managing and evaluating EU Science And Technology Parks - An advice and guidance report on good practice (May 2014)

Science and technology park (STP) activity across the EU has approximately doubled over the last 11-12 years, driven by the growth of the longer standing parks and the emergence of new parks. There is now an estimated 366 STPs in the EU member states that manage about 28 million m2 of completed building floor space hosting circa 40,000 organisations that employ approximately 750,000 people, mostly in high value added jobs. In the period from 2000 – 2012 total capital investment into EU’s STPs has been circa €11.7 billion (central estimate). The central estimate of total capital investment on buildings for those EU STPs that secured ERDF was €5.6 billion, of which approximately €1.6 billion was ERDF giving a 3.6 leverage ratio. Approximately 70% of all STP investment made in areas where STPs believed ERDF was accessible to them were assisted by ERDF finance. In addition, during the same period, STPs have expended circa €3 billion on the professional business support and innovation services they either deliver or finance to assist both their tenants and other similar knowledge based businesses in their locality.

Increasingly, the reasons why STPs are sound investments for public sector support are becoming better understood and articulated. The evidence base shows that better STPs are not simply the landlords of attractive and well specified office style buildings. Rather, they are complex organisations, often with multiple owners having objectives aligned with important elements of economic development public policy as well as an imperative to be financially self-sustaining in the longer term.

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Smart specialisation and Europe’s growth agenda

Smart specialisation and Europe’s growth agenda - (April 2014)

Smart specialisation is a strategic approach to regional smart growth and economic. Each region, whether it be strong or weak, high-tech or low-tech, goes through a transformative process which involves:

    Developing a vision for growth;
    Identifying its competitive advantage;
    Setting strategic priorities; and
    Making use of smart policies and actions.

‘Research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation’ (RIS3), as they are known, will be the basis for investments in R&I under the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) for the 2014-2020 period.

This brochure provides a brief overview of how these strategies and processes can be developed, and perspectives from political leaders at the the EU, national and regional levels on its importance for enhancing competitiveness and stimulating growth.

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Urban development in the EU

Urban development in the EU - (March 2014)

More than two thirds of Europe’s population live in cities and towns and this share continues to grow. That’s why urban development - economic, social and environmental - is central to the EU’s Regional Policy. An integrated approach that ensures cities excel in these three areas will help to achieve the Europe 2020 strategy's goal of ‘smart, sustainable and inclusive growth’. And urban development that is also sustainable will not only drive the EU’s competitiveness in today’s changing world but also safeguard a high-quality of life for all of Europe’s citizens - both now and in the future.

This brochure illustrates some examples of good practice in urban development in the EU.
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Regional policy for smart growth of SMEs

Regional policy for smart growth of SMEs - Guide for Managing Authorities and bodies in charge of the development and implementation of Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation - (October 2013)

The purpose of this guide is to extract policy lessons from the past decades of Structural Fund, national and regional support for SMEs into a comprehensive guide with the aim to help ERDF managing authorities and regional penholders of any RIS³ design a policy mix that supports enterprises in maximising the objectives and opportunities of a RIS³.

This guide draws not only on SME specific policy experiences, but spans across a wide range of policies, including research, innovation, cluster, state aid, internal market, education and training (the issue of financial instruments will be covered in more detail in separate guidance).

This guide highlights, in particular, that SME competitiveness in Europe relies heavily on innovation and thus the successful implementation of a National/Regional Strategy for Smart Specialisation (RIS³) and the quality of its design and delivery mechanisms for financial and non-financial support services. In line with the 2014-2020 ERDF thematic priorities, these support services should enhance R&D+I activities or strengthen enterprise competitiveness. This guide provides thoughts, tips and ideas on how to achieve this.
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Regiostars 2014

Regiostars Awards 2014 - Presentation of the finalists (September 2013)

Finalists will be invited to present their projects to an independent jury at the OPEN DAYS in October 2013.

The objective of the RegioStars Awards is to identify good practices in regional development and to highlight original and innovative projects which could be attractive and inspiring to other regions. The RegioStars awards aims to highlight good practice in urban and regional development.

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EU Cohesion Policy contributing to employment and growth in Europe

Guide to Multi-Benefit Cohesion Policy Investments in Nature and Green Infrastructure PDF en

Cohesion policy has been an active partner in helping regions to preserve and ensure the sustainable management of their natural assets. All over the EU, projects in Natura 2000 areas, the restoration of wetlands and floodplains, the development of green corridors and support to information systems for the monitoring of biodiversity were co-funded. Similar investments will be carried out between 2014 and 2020. In this framework this guide underlines the crucial interconnections which exist between nature, society and the economy. In particular it shows that investments in nature, biodiversity and green infrastructure are relevant for cohesion policy. Further, it emphasises how investments of the ERDF and Cohesion Fund in nature and green infrastructure can actually contribute to several policy objectives and deliver multiple benefits, in particular socio-economic development. And eventually it assists authorities and stakeholders with practical recommendations to improve the delivery of the co-funded programmes and projects



EU Cohesion Policy contributing to employment and growth in Europe

EU Cohesion Policy contributing to employment and growth in Europe PDF de en fr

The Union's cohesion policy – funded with EUR 346 billion from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund (ESF) and the Cohesion Fund - represents 35 % of the Union's budget over the period 2007-2013. Together with the co-financing provided by Member States, cohesion policy accounts for a very significant proportion of public investment in Europe. As part of the essential economic policy package of macro-economic and fiscal stability, structural reforms and growth enhancing measures, EU cohesion policy is making a significant contribution to investments in employment and growth in Europe.

The policy is now delivering significant results. SMEs, business support and innovation for growth are in particular key investment areas in all Member States supported by the Structural Funds, and notably the ERDF. SME and other enterprises benefit from both direct investments into business and from other contracts and services funded through EU cohesion policy.



Guide to Social Innovation

Guide to Social Innovation PDFen

Social innovation is in the mouths of many today, at policy level and on the ground. It is not new as such: people have always tried to find new solutions for pressing social needs. But a number of factors have spurred its development recently.

There is, of course, a link with the current crisis and the severe employment and social consequences it has for many of Europe's citizens. On top of that, the ageing of Europe's population, fierce global competition and climate change became burning societal challenges. The sustainability and adequacy of Europe's health and social security systems as well as social policies in general is at stake. This means we need to have a fresh look at social, health and employment policies, but also at education, training and skills development, business support, industrial policy, urban development, etc., to ensure socially and environmentally sustainable growth, jobs and quality of life in Europe.
Guide to Social Innovation(2013)


Green Growth

Connecting Smart and Sustainable Growth through Smart Specialisation - A practical guide for ERDF Managing Authorities (November 2012)

The Europe 2020 strategy is built on the three objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth to be implemented as 'three mutually reinforcing priorities'. In order to deliver on these goals and provide a response to the economic and financial crisis, it is of utmost importance that all involved actors connect these areas of action, involving all relevant stakeholders, developing synergies and boosting the added-value of public investments.

To promote a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy it is clear that the way ahead has to include significant innovation: sustainable growth needs to go hand in hand with smart growth in order for the EU and its citizens to reap the full benefits of a switch to the green economy.

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Regiostars 2013

Regiostars Awards 2013 - Presentation of the finalists (October 2012)

Finalists will be invited to present their projects to an independent jury at the OPEN DAYS in October 2012. The Award Ceremony will take place in February 2013.

The objective of the RegioStars Awards is to identify good practices in regional development and to highlight original and innovative projects which could be attractive and inspiring to other regions. The RegioStars awards form part of the Commission's Regions for Economic Change initiative, which aims to highlight good practice in urban and regional development.

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THE OUTERMOST REGIONS: - European regions of assets and opportunities

The Outermost Regions - European regions of assets and opportunities (June 2012)

The European Union currently has eight Outermost Regions (ORs), which form an integral part of EU territory. These are: Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Saint Martin, Réunion (France); the Canary Islands (Spain) and the Azores and Madeira (Portugal). Unlike the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs), which have associate status with their respective Member States (Denmark, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom), the Outermost Regions must adhere in full to the rights and obligations arising from the European Treaties.

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Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 explained

  • Integrated Sustainable Urban Development
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  • Research Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation
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  • Community-led Local Development
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  • Financial Instruments in Cohesion Policy 2014-2020
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  • Ensuring the visibility of Cohesion Policy : Information and communication rules 2014-2020
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  • Integrated Territorial Investment
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  • Simplifying Cohesion Policy for 2014-2020
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Cities of Tomorrow

Cities of tomorrow - Challenges, visions, ways forward - (October 2011) PDF de en es fr pl pt ja zh

More than two thirds of the European population lives in urban areas. Cities are places where both problems emerge and solutions are found. They are fertile ground for science and technology, for culture and innovation, for individual and collective creativity, and for mitigating the impact of climate change. However, cities are also places where problems such as unemployment, segregation and poverty are concentrated. The ‘Cities of tomorrow’ reflection process will provide inspiration for policymakers and practitioners involved in urban development, whether at local, regional, national or European level. Study : pdf de en es fr pl pt ja zh - Summary and conclusions: pdf bg cs da de el en es et fr hu it lt lv mt nl pl pt ro sk sl fi sv


Errors in Cohesion Policy

Errors in Cohesion Policy PDF de en fr(November 2011)

The European Commission has recently published its 'Analysis of errors in cohesion policy for the years 2006-2009', as well as actions it has taken to reduce their occurrence, and the way forward. While errors do exist, they are concentrated in a handful of programmes in a small number of Member States. The document stresses however, that 'errors' are not equal to 'fraud'. The term 'error' is used for any non-compliance with a condition for receiving EU funds, while 'fraud' entails deliberate or criminal deception for the purpose of making an unjust gain. The Commission's analysis highlights the most common examples of errors, such as contracts awarded without following the correct tender procedure; inadequate documentation to support expenditure (lack of audit trail); inaccurate calculation of overheads; application of incorrect co-financing rate; and, overestimated payment claims


European Code of Good Conduct for microcredit provision

European Code of Good Conduct for microcredit provision PDF bgdeelenesfifrhuitnlplptro sksv (October 2011)

This European Code of Good Conduct for microcredit provision, published by the European Commission in October 2011, provides recommendations and standards that should foster best practice in the microcredit sector. It is intended to provide guidance for microcredit providers from the point of view of consumers, investors, funders and regulators.





European Territorial Cooperation: building bridges between people

European Territorial Cooperation: building bridges between people
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Regional Policy Directorate General just published a new publication entitled 'European Territorial Cooperation: building bridges between people'. This publication will give you an insight into how cooperation, including the European groupings for territorial cooperation and EU macro-regional strategies, currently works, and what the future may hold. It brings you stories about people from all over Europe who either have benefited from, or are somehow connected to, cooperation.


Investing in our regions

Investing in our Regions - 150 examples of projects co-funded by European Regional Policy (February 2010) de fr pdf - de fr Zipped files



Cohesion Policy factsheets

The country-specific fact sheet highlights results that have been achieved so far and refers to selected projects from the 2007-2013 period. Looking ahead, it also contains information about the distribution of funding and the main investment priorities for the period of 2014-2020. The general fact sheet provides information, in the form of questions and answers, concerning the reform of Cohesion Policy in the new period. It explains the basic principles of the policy and provides contact details for further information and applications for funding.

General factsheet

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Guides

Setting up, managing and evaluating EU Science And Technology Parks

Setting up, managing and evaluating EU Science And Technology Parks - An advice and guidance report on good practice (May 2014)

Science and technology park (STP) activity across the EU has approximately doubled over the last 11-12 years, driven by the growth of the longer standing parks and the emergence of new parks. There is now an estimated 366 STPs in the EU member states that manage about 28 million m2 of completed building floor space hosting circa 40,000 organisations that employ approximately 750,000 people, mostly in high value added jobs. In the period from 2000 – 2012 total capital investment into EU’s STPs has been circa €11.7 billion (central estimate). The central estimate of total capital investment on buildings for those EU STPs that secured ERDF was €5.6 billion, of which approximately €1.6 billion was ERDF giving a 3.6 leverage ratio. Approximately 70% of all STP investment made in areas where STPs believed ERDF was accessible to them were assisted by ERDF finance. In addition, during the same period, STPs have expended circa €3 billion on the professional business support and innovation services they either deliver or finance to assist both their tenants and other similar knowledge based businesses in their locality.

Increasingly, the reasons why STPs are sound investments for public sector support are becoming better understood and articulated. The evidence base shows that better STPs are not simply the landlords of attractive and well specified office style buildings. Rather, they are complex organisations, often with multiple owners having objectives aligned with important elements of economic development public policy as well as an imperative to be financially self-sustaining in the longer term.

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PFinancing the energy renovation of buildings with Cohesion Policy funding

Financing the energy renovation of buildings with Cohesion Policy funding - (February 2014)

Helping managing authorities in planning and deploying sustainable energy investments in buildings within their Cohesion Policy operational programmes – this is the main goal of the 'Financing the energy renovation of buildings with Cohesion Policy funding' technical guidance.
Tackling energy consumption in European buildings is vital. Nearly 40% of final energy consumption –as well as 36% of all greenhouse gas emissions – is attributable to housing, offices, shops and other buildings across the public and private sector. A major and sustained increase in public and private investment is needed for the European Union to meet its 2020 climate and energy targets. In the 2014-2020 period, Cohesion Policy funds will play a major role in the refurbishment of buildings with the allocation of a minimum of €23bn for investments in the shift towards to low-carbon economy, including energy efficiency and renewable energy use in buildings.

The guide informs managing authorities about the European requirements on buildings and energy efficiency, provides a list of good practice approaches and case studies, and explores the different financing mechanisms that managing authorities can use to support sustainable energy projects with the aim to launch large scale investments in the energy renovation of buildings and to attract greater levels of private-sector investments.

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Regional policy for smart growth of SMEs - Guide for Managing Authorities and bodies in charge of the development and implementation of Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation

Regional policy for smart growth of SMEs - Guide for Managing Authorities and bodies in charge of the development and implementation of Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation - (October 2013)

The purpose of this guide is to extract policy lessons from the past decades of Structural Fund, national and regional support for SMEs into a comprehensive guide with the aim to help ERDF managing authorities and regional penholders of any RIS³ design a policy mix that supports enterprises in maximising the objectives and opportunities of a RIS³.

This guide draws not only on SME specific policy experiences, but spans across a wide range of policies, including research, innovation, cluster, state aid, internal market, education and training (the issue of financial instruments will be covered in more detail in separate guidance).

This guide highlights, in particular, that SME competitiveness in Europe relies heavily on innovation and thus the successful implementation of a National/Regional Strategy for Smart Specialisation (RIS³) and the quality of its design and delivery mechanisms for financial and non-financial support services. In line with the 2014-2020 ERDF thematic priorities, these support services should enhance R&D+I activities or strengthen enterprise competitiveness. This guide provides thoughts, tips and ideas on how to achieve this.
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CO2MPARE – CO2 Model for Operational Programme Assessment in EU Regions

CO2MPARE – CO2 Model for Operational Programme Assessment in EU Regions
Improved carbon management with EU Regional Policy

The CO2MPARE model supports national and regional authorities in making balanced decisions for their investment portfolio under their EU Regional Policy Operational Programmes (OPs), by estimating the carbon emissions related to investments made under an OP. By assessing the emission impact per euro spent for a given type of activity and multiplying this by the amount spent on the activity, the CO2 emissions of different spending scenarios for an OP can be compared.

CO2MPARE Final report pdf
CO2MPARE User tutorial pdf
CO2MPARE Technical background pdf

Installation instructions doc
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Guide to Social Innovation

Guide to Social Innovation PDFen

Social innovation is in the mouths of many today, at policy level and on the ground. It is not new as such: people have always tried to find new solutions for pressing social needs. But a number of factors have spurred its development recently.

There is, of course, a link with the current crisis and the severe employment and social consequences it has for many of Europe's citizens. On top of that, the ageing of Europe's population, fierce global competition and climate change became burning societal challenges. The sustainability and adequacy of Europe's health and social security systems as well as social policies in general is at stake. This means we need to have a fresh look at social, health and employment policies, but also at education, training and skills development, business support, industrial policy, urban development, etc., to ensure socially and environmentally sustainable growth, jobs and quality of life in Europe.
Guide to Social Innovation(2013)


Regiostars 2013

Connecting Smart and Sustainable Growth through Smart Specialisation - A practical guide for ERDF Managing Authorities (November 2012)

The Europe 2020 strategy is built on the three objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth to be implemented as 'three mutually reinforcing priorities'. In order to deliver on these goals and provide a response to the economic and financial crisis, it is of utmost importance that all involved actors connect these areas of action, involving all relevant stakeholders, developing synergies and boosting the added-value of public investments.

To promote a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy it is clear that the way ahead has to include significant innovation: sustainable growth needs to go hand in hand with smart growth in order for the EU and its citizens to reap the full benefits of a switch to the green economy.

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Cities of Tomorrow

Guide to Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation PDF en
This guide has been conceived as a methodological guidance for policy-makers and implementing bodies on how to prepare for and how to design, draft and implement a national/regional research and innovation strategy for smart specialisation (RIS3). Rather than an all-encompassing, prescriptive document, the guide is to be understood as a general orientation document which will evolve as the concept develops. Indeed, the document will be improved and updated on a regular basis.
Guide to Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (2012)



Connecting Universities to regional Growth : A practical guide

Connecting Universities to regional Growth : A practical guide PDF en(September 2011)

This EU Guide has been designed to enable public authorities to promote the active engagement of universities and other higher education institutions in regional innovation strategies for smart specialisation, in cooperation with research centres, businesses and other partners in the civil society. It can also be used by academic and economic partners to explore the benefits they can expect from working together for regional development. It is not an academic publication but a practical tool with recommendations, part of a series of guides prepared in the framework of the Smart Specialisation Platform set up by the Commission for providing methodological assistance and practical guidance to national and regional policy makers involved in designing and delivering innovation strategies for smart specialisation. It will be useful for the last years of the current programming period and for preparing the next one.



Guide to broadband investment

Guide to broadband investment PDFen(September 2011)

The "EU Guide on Broadband investment models" is the first attempt by the Commission to advise public authorities managing EU funds on the strengths and weaknesses of different models of investment in high speed internet infrastructures. It provides advice to managing authorities and project promoters on the issues that should be considered when planning a public sector investment in broadband infrastructure based on a detailed review of several broadband investment projects (mostly ERDF co-funded) and includes messages on success factors and lessons learned. This guide was born under the Digital Agenda for Europe and has been co-signed by Commissioners Hahn, Kroes, Ciolos and Almunia. It complements other activities by the Commission services such as the European Broadband Portal and the Bottom up Broadband initiative.


smart growth

Regional Policy for smart growth in Europe 2020
(May 2011) pdf

Regional policy is a key delivery mechanism for Europe 2020 and the Innovation Union. Investment in research, innovation and human capital is crucial for all regions, but regions start with different endowments and capabilities. Regional diversity favours different routes to growth through innovation and specialisation and challenges policy-makers to develop the right policy mix adjusted to regional potentials and needs. All regions can gain from adopting a policy mix that develops their strengths and tackles their weaknesses, whether through knowledge generation or through its diffusion and absorption.


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Regional Policy contributing to sustainable growth in Europe
(May 2011) pdf

Sustainable growth is one of the three main pillars of the new 'Europe 2020' strategy. The brochure sets out the how EU's regions and cities can exploit the opportunities offered by Cohesion Policy to boost local and regional sustainable growth. A number of good practice examples provide practical support and underline the potential of the low-carbon and resource efficient economy to provide jobs, growth and preserve the environment and resources


International Affairs

Structural policies and European territory

In the Member States : projects, programmes, impact

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  • Comparative factsheet : programming periods 2000-2006 and 2007-2013 (eligibility & allocations) (October 2006)
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