Chapter 16 Commentary: urban and regional inequalities and the architecture of EU Cohesion Policy
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Tomasz Komornicki develops an argumentation from territorial inequalities to the question of appropriate levels and structures of regional policy intervention; thus, deriving normative aspects on the ground of analytical results of the chapters. He then approaches the question whether a crisis like the Covid-19 pandemic will – similarly to the past severe crisis of economic recession in 2008/09 – reinforce urban and regional disparities. Inspired by the chapters of the themed Part B of the edited volume, he closes with recommendations for future EU Cohesion policy – ultimately putting hope in a guiding, new Territorial Agenda 2030.

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