Afterword: territorial cohesion, a never-ending academic challenge?
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Looking back at academic research around the EUs Regional and Cohesion Policy, Klaus Kunzmann contends that territorial cohesion in Europe is a never-ending and very complex undertaking in the context of the liberal market economy, which has not yet been able to reduce the imbalances in Europe. Research, he cautions must engage with practical experience beyond the immediate academic community to contribute to the EUs challenges in reaching cohesion. The prospects of re-envisaging growth in the face of contemporary challenges are providing hope to these perpetual developments.

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