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ESPON 2006 Programme Project 3.3

Project 3.3

Metrex Nurnberg Meeting 15-18 June, 2005

Territorial dimension of the Lisbon/Gothenburg Process

Maria Prezioso

Lead Partner: Centre for International Studies on Economic Growth

Faculty of Economics, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

Project Partners: Centre for Urban Development and Environmental Management, Leeds Metropolitan

University (UK); OTB Research Institute for Housing, Urban and Mobility Studies, Technical University of Delft (NL); Centre of Geographical Studies, University of Lisbon (P); Centre of Urban and Regional

Studies (CURS), Helsinky University of Technology (HUT) (FI); Slovenia ESPON Contact Point

Subcontractors: Mcrit sl., Barcelona (E); IGS, Italian Geographical Society (I)

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Scoping of project

Contextualisation:

Revision of Structural Funds after 2006 to have full coherence with dictates of Lisbon (2000).

European Union points to catch up, within 2010, “an economy based on the more competitive and dynamics economy”, full employment, equipping itself of a method “of open coordination”.

The economic and social increase becomes a support for a sustainable The economic and social increase becomes a support for a sustainable

policy of cohesion towards integration of the environmental dimension (Council of Göteborg, 2001)

The Kok Final Report: “Facing the Challenge. The Lisbon Strategy for

growth and employment” (November 2004);

The study Adaptation of Cohesion Policy to the Enlarged Europe and

the Lisbon and Gothenburg Objectives by the European

Parliament's Committee on regional development (provisional version, January, 2005);

The Communication from Mr. Almunia (2005) to the Commission “Sustainable Development Indicators to monitor the

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Scoping of research

Conceptual Approach:

The research integrates the traditional ideas/indicators of

competitiveness and sustainability, defining a territorial

competitiveness in sustainability (This concept is to be

distinguished from that of “sustainable competitiveness” which

is commonly intended only in economic terms):

is commonly intended only in economic terms):

i) sharing at UE level a new and common proposal

ii) looking for new measuring and interpretative models

iii) being better linked to the territorial reality and its organisation

and management

iv) developing common programs and territorial plans

v) supporting transnational co-operation

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Working hypotheses and main aims of the research project

Having integrated the literature review presented in the FIR,

some innovative scientific hypothesis are applied to the ESPON

3.3 project as follows:

1. systemic vision where economy, territory and

environment are considered as a whole system

environment are considered as a whole system

2. carrying capacity of the

economic/territorial/environmental systems as

common base for regions and states to be

“competitive in sustainability”

3. Strategic Environmental Assessment as logical

common standard procedure to evaluate the territorial

carrying capacity

4. GIS as the best instrument to manage the complexity

of the knowledge in a system

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Methodology, qualitative/quantitative, indicators used

The methodological approach is based on a qualitative-quantitative conceptual theory and used the results of other ESPON projects to calculate the territorial

capability

The new point of view on territorial competitiveness in sustainability is based on a revision of the Porter’s Diamond and its integration with Lisbon/Gothenburg Agenda (2005) on the base of Proposals of the European Commission COM(2004) 495 (ERDF) ; COM(2004) 494 (Cohesion Fund):

•Innovation & Research (ICT, R&D, Innovation, Human capital, Age) •Innovation & Research (ICT, R&D, Innovation, Human capital, Age) •Global/local interaction (ICT, R&D, Innovation, SMEs, Human capital,

Employment, Transport)

•Quality (SMEs, Human capital, Employment, Climate, Public health, Natural

resources, Poverty, Transport, Age)

•Use of resources and funds (ICT, Innovation, Employment, Human capital, Age,

Climate, Public health, Natural resources, Poverty)

The 3.3 project reconsiders the indicators’ relationship in the vision of the

Sustainable Territorial Management Approach – STeMA.

It defines the “playground” for every determinant and contribute to determine the

status quo and vulnerability judgments, to calculate the state and the risk of

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The Modified Porter’s Diamond and the new determinants

(synthetic indicators)

Human Resources Global/local interaction Quality

New

Old

Local demand Strategic localization Regional cluster Innovation & Research Use of resources and funds

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Indicators and the connection of the determinants

to the territorial typologies

Status Innovation & Research Global -Urban –Rural Typologies (6) Urban –Rural Typologies (6) in in Determinants Status quo Global -Local Interaction Quality Typologies (6) Urban –Rural Typologies (6) in in Vulnerability Use of resources and funds Urban –Rural Typologies (6) in synthesis Capability to generate Competitiveness determinant typology sector category indicator

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First results -1- two mapping activities

3.3 TPG decided to make two complementary mapping activities to perform a comparison :

The first based on the short-list of indicators (12 of the 14 “Spring

Report” indicators)

The second related to the new methodology only for the

determinant “Innovation & Research”

The maps included in the SIR concern the determinant “Innovation and The maps included in the SIR concern the determinant “Innovation and

Research”.

Data refer to the year 2001, with few exceptions, scattered across nations/indicators, ranging at most +/- 2 years.

As a general rule, the classification of the data values in 4 ranks for the successive combinations and processing, has been performed taking into account the average and the standard deviation of the

distribution of indicators’ values across the nations.

At the moment, the number and the “recipe” of indicators’ combination is being changed towards the possibility of NUTS2 mapping; the above approach to territorial ranking will therefore become more statistically significant.

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Example of “Spring Report” indicators

•List of maps:

• 1. GDPPPS per capita in 2002

• 2. Labour productivity in 2002 • 3. Employment rate in 2002

• 4. Employment rate of older workers

in 2002

• 5. Expenditure on education in 2001 • 6. Expenditure on research &

• 6. Expenditure on research &

development in 2001

• 7. Expenditure on information

technology in 2002

• 8. At-risk-of-poverty -rate in 2001 • 9. Long-term unemployment rate in

2002

•10. Greenhouse gas emissions in 2002 •11. Energy intensity of economy in

2002

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Innovation & Research Determinants: GIS operational procedures

Determinants Typologies Sectors Categories Indicators

Virtual Society

Virtual shareholders Virtual Population n°internet users/pop tot Espon 1.2.2

Virtual stakeholders

Virtual Firms n° firms with internet access/ n°tot firms Virtual Institutions n°municipalities with internet access/ n°tot

municipalities

Knowledge

Knowledge creation

education Education structures

n°universities students

Human capital youth index (pop. 0-15; pop. Tot)

Innovation & Research

Knowledge Innovative

Structures Human Capital

Human capital

(structure) Innovative dependency index (pop. 0-15; pop. 15-40; pop. over 40; pop. Tot)

Human capital (education)

population with tertiary education/pop tot, population in life-long learning/pop tot

Innovation

Status quo Knowledge creation facilities

R&D infrastructures

n°Science Parks that are members of the International Association of Science Parks (ISAP)/ pop tot, n°Business Innovation Centres/pop tot, n°most actively publishing Universities and Public Research

Institutes/pop tot Level of

Telecommunication development

(map 1.2.2)

Old technologies (n°fixed lines/households, n°

mobile/pop, n°housholds with TV/ n°

housholds tot)

New technologies (n°PCs/pop, n°broadband subscribers/pop, n°internet servers/sup)

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Example of Map at Typology level

Map 5 – Virtual society

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Example of Map at Typology level

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Example of Map at Typology level

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Example of judgements

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First results - Map 17 Territorial capability

I&R Determinant synthesis at Regional Level

•This draft map shows the

result of the Determinant “Innovation & Research” according to the revision of method described in the SIR.

•the approach to combining

heterogeneous indicators has been a mix of matrix has been a mix of matrix ranking and based on a “systemic

quali-quantitative” matrix class reduction.

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Draft results – Territorialization of I&R Determinant:

synthesis at National level + Urban rural typologies

Legend

In this map, Urban-Rural In this map, Urban-Rural

typologies are superimposed to the map describing the

performance in the field of the determinant “Innovation & Research”, as a first attempt to territorially contextualize the determinant itself.

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First results -2- case studies

choice relevant criteria

i)

Geographic representatively of the EU

ii)

Variability of spaces considering different economic, social and

settlement structures

# # # # # # # Canarias

Guadeloupe Mar tinique Réunion

Guy ane Madeira Osl o Ri ga Mos kva Ta ll in n He ls in ki Re yk ja vi k Stoc kh ol m

Case Study Sample, by NUT3

settlement structures

iii)

Different potentials and handicaps

iv)

Multi-level analysis (NUT III and NUT II) and Multi-regional scope

(transnational and transborder regions)

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© Euro Geo graph ics Asso ciatio n f or th e a dministrative bo un daries

Sourc e: EU

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policy recommendations

At the moment a comparison among the issues concerning the various ESPON projects has been made, in order to provide a review of ESPON

policy recommendations relevant to the Lisbon/Gothenburg strategy in the territorial impact projects to strengthen

competitiveness within the framework of sustainable development The first results suggest:

•To discuss the revision of the open method of coordination (OMC)

introduced by the Lisbon Strategy and integrate it with the Community Method

Method

•To integrate the SEA into economic and financial assessment

•To strengthen the inter-institutional integration by planning and project

co-operation to stop the more accentuated competitive tensions at regional level

•To strengthen real policies of internal cohesion within the Member States •To strengthen the synergies with national policy, to obtain a major impact

on regional development

•To make combined use of the Structural Funds in order to finance the

regional development programmes and to broke the sectoral point of view

•To strengthen the network cooperation into the Community Initiative

Programmes (CIPs).

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next steps: towards TIR (sept. 2005)

•FINAL INDICATORS SELECTION AND LIST

•ALGORHYTHM AND

QUALITATIVE-QUANTITATIVE WEIGHTS DEFINITION

•REGIONAL CHECKS

•GIS AND SINERGY NETWORK

•GIS AND SINERGY NETWORK

•MAPS OF ALL INDICATORS AND

DETERMINANTS TO CALCULATE THE

TERRITORIAL CAPACITY TO BE

COMPETITIVENESS IN SUSTAINABILITY

•DETAILED POLICY RECCOMANDATIONS AT

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