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New issue of Nordregio News
Call for applications for 2014 withinThe Nordic Council of Ministers' Arctic Co-operation Programme
Announcement of the Nordic Demographic Programme 2014-2015in support of innovative local and regional initiatives.
Nordic Centre for Spatial DevelopmentNordregio is a leading international Nordic research institute in the broad field of regional studies.
Nordregio is searching for 16 regions or cities interested in participating in a partnership exercise. The exercise is part of eight case study regions within the study on multi-level governance in support of Europe 2020 financed by DG REGIO.
New refereed article in European Journal of Spatial Development by Frank Othengrafen & Andreas P. Cornett.
On October 14-15 2013 the first Nordregio Forum was held in Stockholm. The theme was Nordic Attraction and the key questions discussed were connected to Nordic competitiveness, strengths and challenges. The forum's keynote speakers, Adrian Wooldridge from The Economist and Jose Enrique Garcilazo from the OECD, gave much appreciated outside perspectives on what makes the Nordic countries unique.
Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen are expected to be among the fastest growing cities in western Europe, according to a report from the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. One reason for the development is the attractive labour markets in the Scandinavian capitals, says Peter Schmitt, Senior Research Fellow at Nordregio, in an interview in Politiken.
A warm welcome to Julien Grunfelder who started work as GIS expert at Nordregio in November 2013.
Reviewing the Norwegian planning process
Paradoxical spaces of feminist resistance: Mapping the margin to the masculinist innovation discourse
Impact of Structural Reforms on Planning Systems and Policies: Loss of Spatial Consciousness?
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