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The National Operational Programme “Networks and Mobility” 2007-2013: Organization, Instruments and Targets

This work intends to carry out an analysis of the workings – from the viewpoint of the tools being used and the targets being achieved – of the National Operational Programme “Networks and Mobility”. This was approved for Italy with Decision C(2007) 6318 of 7 December 2007 by the European Commission under the Convergence objective for the 2007-2013 period of the European Cohesion Policy. The Operational Programme (OP) “Networks and Mobility” is actually a “sectoral” OP since it concerns the development and enhancement of a specific sector of Southern Italian socio-economic context, i.e. the infrastructure and transport framework.
As a matter of fact, the OP applies to the four Southern Italian regions eligible for the Convergence objective under the Cohesion Policy 2007-2013, i.e. Apulia, Calabria, Campania and Sicily. The Italian National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF), which represents the document defining the strategy chosen by the Member State through a list of operational programmes to be implemented, sets out the OP’s goal.
The OP undertakes to convert the current disadvantage of Southern Italian regions included into the Convergence objective, characterized by their isolated geographic location and poor infrastructural connections at national and EU level, into a strategic advantage, by improving the accessibility to and from these regions, supporting Trans-European Networks’ (TEN) links – particularly Corridor 1 (Berlin-Palermo) and Corridor 21 (Motorways of the Sea) – and managing logistic flows between EU and non-EU countries. In a nutshell, the global objective of the OP consists in contributing to the creation of a logistic platform acting as EU’s bridgehead towards other continents such as Africa and Asia.

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The National Operational Programme “Networks and Mobility” 2007/2013: organization, instruments and targets Foreword This final report can be seen as a “bridge” bringing together the academic experience of the MSc in European Economy, Finance and Institutions (MEEFI) attended at School of Economics – University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and the working experience I am currently carrying out at Ernst&Young Financial Business Advisory in Rome. This final report is meant to translate the theoretical knowledge of EU-wide economic, financial and institutional operations, acquired during MSc, into the practical matters of everyday work dealing with the management and control of EU Structural Funds in Italy. The outcome of such a “merging” process is this final report consisting of both a descriptive and critical assessment of the organization, functioning and objective of Italy’s National Operational Programme “Networks and Mobility” for the programming period 2007-2013 of EU Structural Funds. In this respect, I tried to make the most out of all data I treated, information I shared, people I met and situations I lived over the past three months in order to give some added-value to my previous and current experiences. Last but not least, I would like to acknowledge and extend my gratitude to my supervisor and project manager Fulvio Lino Di Blasio for giving me valuable advice and support always when needed as well as for sharing his knowledge and best available information about management of Structural Funds. Other important persons who have made the completion of this work possible are colleagues of mine Marco Bolano and Roberto Molinari. I wish to thank Marco for his helpful suggestion and inspiration about the topic and Roberto for his valuable editting skills. MEEFI 6 th Edition – a.y. 2007/2008 2

Tesi di Master

Autore: Andrea Borrini Contatta »

Composta da 79 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 227 click dal 18/06/2009.

Disponibile in PDF, la consultazione è esclusivamente in formato digitale.