Papers, studies, articles and interesting contributions about the Alpine Region
1ST MOUNTERASMUS WORKSHOP-REPORT
20th Mar 2019
This document has been prepared by Humus (Facebook: HumUs, email@example.com), by Luana Silveri and Alessandro Aichner and presents the activ
Cross-border mobility in the Alpine Region
Prof. Dr. Tobias Chilla, University of Erlangen , Anna Heugel M.A., University of Erlangen
31st Jan 2019
The EUSALP-wide study analyzes existing cross-border commuter flows in twelve pre-selected commuter hotspots in the Alpine Region, focusing on in- and outgoing commuter flows, as well as on infrast
Jens Badura and Bernhard Tschofen
20th Dec 2018
Das Verhältnis zwischen inner- und perialpinen Regionen gilt allgemein als entscheidender Faktor für den Erfolg der Makroregionalen Strategie für den Alpenraum der EU (EUSALP).
The allocation of responsabilities between the central state and...
30th Apr 2018
This work deals with the topic of the allocation of responsibilities between the central state and local authorities, with a specific territorial focus: it takes into consideration six European cou
Coherent policies for Europe beyond 2020
European University Association (EUA)
3rd Apr 2018
There is clear evidence that Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) have been a useful tool in developing innovation ecosystems in many regions in Europe. European and...
Regional Innovation Scoreboard 2017
16th Mar 2018
This 8th edition of the Regional Innovation Scoreboard (RIS) provides a comparative assessment of performance of innovation systems across 220 regions of 22 EU Member States, Norway, Serbia, and...
External costs in mountain areas
Daniel Sutter, Felix Weber, Cuno Bieler (INFRAS) Norbert Sedlacek (Herry Consult GmbH)
16th Dec 2017
Coordinated modal-shift policies in the Alpine region build on the common understanding that the Alpine region faces over-proportional environmental impacts from freight and passenger transport.