Insted (INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY FOR TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT)
Insted is a 2013 ESPON project.
The aims of Insted project are
delivering a targeted analysis aimed at identifying the institutional factors explaining the efficiency of public institutions in designing and implementing successful territorial development strategies and policy in the framework of EU Cohesion Policy and developing a common and transferable methodology to be used for recognizing and assessing these institutional factors and enhancing institutional efficiency, through the identification of practices and tools.
The project will develop a general analysis of the institutional environment that characterizes NUTS II regions in
Italy (Sicily, Campania, Calabria, Puglia and Tuscany),
France (Alsace, Rhone Alpes and Aquitaine)
and in two other additional member states to be agreed, in order to develop a qualitative research concerning cases of policy which have promoted institutional capacity.
NEW: Conference "Enhancing Institutional Capacity for a more effective Cohesion Policy on the ground: Lessons from the mechanisms’ approach”
Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain) | June 28th-29th 2012 | Casa Convalescència, UAB