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Governing Territorial Development in the Western Balkans - 
      Erblin Berisha
    
      Giancarlo Cotella
    
      Alys Solly

Governing Territorial Development in the Western Balkans

Challenges and Prospects of Regional Cooperation

Erblin Berisha (Redaktør) ; Giancarlo Cotella (Redaktør) ; Alys Solly (Redaktør)

This book offers a multifaceted overview of the evolution of spatial development, governance and planning in the Western Balkans from an institutionalist perspective. Written by experts in the field, it features various regional and national studies covering topics such as regional and spatial planning, territorial development and governance, and regional and cross-border cooperation in the Western Balkans. Les mer
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This book offers a multifaceted overview of the evolution of spatial development, governance and planning in the Western Balkans from an institutionalist perspective. Written by experts in the field, it features various regional and national studies covering topics such as regional and spatial planning, territorial development and governance, and regional and cross-border cooperation in the Western Balkans. Offering a wealth of national, regional and local insights on territorial cooperation, development and planning, this book will appeal to scholars in regional and spatial sciences and related fields alike.
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Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 381
ISBN: 9783030721237
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Introduction. The Western Balkans between continuity and change.- Territorial development and governance in the Western Balkans.- New European regionalism: Regional planning in the ex-Yugoslavian countries.- The challenge of public participation. Evidences from Albania and Kosovo.- The evolution and consolidation of the Serbian spatial planning system.- Spatial planning and territorial governance in North Macedonia: from socialist Yugoslavia to European integration.- The Volatile Policy Framework of Spatial Planning in Montenegro: Will the Center Hold?.- The impact of the European discourse on national spatial planning in Bulgaria and Serbia.- The Europeanisation of spatial planning in Albania. Opportunity or threat?.- Untangling Territorial Governance in Albania. Towards a place-based approach?.- Integrating coastal zone management into national development policies. The case of Croatia.- Urban agglomeration Zagreb. Scenarios for the future.- Supranational frameworks for territorial governance and spatial planning in the Western Balkans.- Cross border cooperation and adaptation to climate change in Western Balkans Danube area.- The role of cross-border territorial development. Evidences from Albania.- Towards the territorialisation of EU Cohesion Policy? The case of EUSAIR.- Governing territorial development in the Western Balkans: conclusive remarks and future research perspectives.
Erblin Berisha is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy. His research focuses on territorial development and urbanization in the Western Balkans, and in particular on the roles played by the European Union and other international actors in the evolution of spatial governance and planning in the region.







Giancarlo Cotella is an Associate Professor of spatial planning at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy. His work focuses on the comparative analysis of spatial governance and planning systems in Europe and beyond, with particular emphasis on the impact of EU policies on domestic contexts, and on the transferability of good practices within and outside the European space.







Alys Solly is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy, where she has specialized in the comparative analysis of spatial governance and planning systems. In particular, her research explores the multiple interrelations between spatial governance and planning systems, territorial development and quality of life.