HANDBOOK ON COHESION POLICY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

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Natalia Cuglesan

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This book was written with several audiences in mind, with the editorial team advancing a reading map and suggestions for the navigation through the chapters in line with the targeted audience. The first category that benefits from the results of this book is represented by students. Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in EU Studies or Public Policy programs - where EU Policies courses are offered in the curricula-will find this book very useful, especially the introductory and theoretical chapters or the case studies examining the role of Cohesion Policy in the EU member states. Scholars with research interests in the field of Public Policies can use this handbook as a valuable teaching resource and make use of the current themes in the critical debates chapters. And not lastly, it is useful for practitioners, for bureaucrats or EU affairs policy advisers employed at the local, regional or national level, interested in consolidating their expertise.

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Cuglesan, N. (2020). HANDBOOK ON COHESION POLICY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 4(2), 80-85. Retrieved from https://e-jlia.com/index.php/jlia/article/view/125
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Natalia Cuglesan

Natalia Cuglesan is lecturer at the Departament of International Studies and Contemporary History. Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babes-Bolyai University. She received her PhD in International Relations and European Studies from Babes-Bolyai University. She teaches courses at undergraduate and graduate level in the field of European Studies (European Union Policies, Multi-level governance in the EU, etc.) Her research interest in European governance has resulted in the publication of serveral articles and books on multi-level governance(Romania and France) and regional policy in Central and Eastern Europe. Dr.Cuglesan is the recipient of several grants from the European Commission, Jean Monnet Module Multi-level gpvernance in the EU and Jean Monnet Information and Research Learning EU Studies at School: EU 2.0 in Secondary Schools in Romania and Republic of Moldova.

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