Impact Evaluation of the Interreg Central Europe Programme

Client/Funding Institution

Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE

Abstract

The Interreg Central Europe Programme is one of the 15 transnational programmes established in the framework of the EU Cohesion Policy for the programming period 2014-2020. It promotes regional cooperation among nine central European countries, with the aim to develop smart solutions to regional challenges. The underlying impact evaluation assesses the effects of the Interreg Central Europe programme implementation by following a theory-based approach. It concentrates on the immediate outcomes, results and the changes achieved by the programme and its projects in the fields of innovation, low-carbon economy, environment, culture and transport. In particular, the evaluation aims to answer three guiding research questions: - What change can be observed in relation to the objectives of the programme? - To what extent can the observed changes be attributed to the implementation of the programme? - What mechanisms of programme implementation have delivered the observed impact?

Duration

September 2020 - March 2023

wiiw team Leader

Roman Römisch

wiiw Staff

Veronika Janyrova, Ambre Maucorps

Countries covered: CEE

Research Areas: Regional Development


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