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Urban-Rural Linkages in Poland
Series:OECD Regional Development Studies
ISBN 9789264519053
Publication year: 2022

Cdn: $104.50; US: $72.00
Paperback
Language: English
200 pages
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The OECD report Urban-Rural Linkages in Poland analyses the potential of urban and rural territories for development and improved well-being. Urban and rural areas have different yet often complementary assets, and their better integration is important for socio-economic and environmental performance. The report argues that local governments need to engage in partnerships where all parties are equal, as a higher form of urban-rural co-operation. Building urban-rural partnerships in Poland would help territories enhance the production of public goods; achieve economies of scale in public service provision; co-ordinate decisions where cross-boundary effects are important and increase the capacity of the partners. Yet a lack of trust and of policy integration hinder the effectiveness of partnerships. The report found that the main incentive for Polish local governments to enter into a partnership is access to EU funds. However, while Poland has developed solid experience in the management of EU funds, it would benefit from deepening the integration and complementarity among funding streams. Moreover, the report argues that strengthening metropolitan governance will underpin efforts to facilitate the formation and management of urban-rural partnerships.

Regional development or “place-based” policies are essential to enhance the performance and well-being in all regions. These policies can help reduce regional inequalities, drive efficiencies in public service delivery, support quality infrastructure, boost national performance, enhance resilience and support environmentally sustainable development.

Underpinned by unique granular data at the regional and local levels, the publications in this series consider how regional development is affected by issues such as globalisation, climate change, innovation, digitalisation, demographic change.

These reports and their policy recommendations are relevant to national, regional and local governments, financial institutions, academics, businesses and civil society.
Urban-Rural Linkages in Poland
Cdn: $104.50; US: $72.00
OECD - in English BookID: 129582 Added: 2022.7.30