How to 'Connect' Micro-regions with Macro-regions? A Note

De Lombaerde, Philippe, (2010). How to 'Connect' Micro-regions with Macro-regions? A Note. Perspectives on Federalism, 2(3), 29-37

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  • Author De Lombaerde, Philippe
    Title How to 'Connect' Micro-regions with Macro-regions? A Note
    Appearing in Perspectives on Federalism
    Volume 2
    Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2010
    Place of Publication Moncalieri
    Publisher Centre for Studies on Federalism
    Start page 29
    End page 37
    Language EN
    Abstract

    Subnational regions (microregions) and supranational regions (macroregions) appear as disconnected concepts in the academic literature. They are studied by distinct academic communities between which there is very little communication. In this Note, three ways are suggested to ‘connect’ the two phenomena and it is argued that a dialogue between the two communities could open new avenues for research and lead to a better understanding of interpolity and intereconomy relations, in a more general sense. In this
    exploratory Note it is suggested that micro and macroregions can be connected (i) at the conceptual level, (ii) through their similar roles as emerging international actors, and (iii) through the interplay between macroregions and crossborder microregions.

    Copyright Holder Centro Studi Federalismo
    Copyright Year 2010
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