Presentations – Creating the Regions of Tomorrow: Maximising Ireland’s Reform Opportunity

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Presentations – Creating the Regions of Tomorrow: Maximising Ireland’s Reform Opportunity

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All of the presentations from the ‘Creating the Region’s of Tomorrow: Maximising Ireland’s Reform Opportunity’ conference held on the 26th of September 2014 in Maynooth University are now available to download below:

  • Minister Paudie Coffey TD – Opening Address [video]
  • Professor Jim Walsh – Fifty Years of National and Regional Planning in Ireland – Learning the Lessons of the Past [slides] [video]
  • Professor Michael Parkinson – Why Invest Outside Dublin? – Some Economic Policy Messages from Europe [slides] [video]
  • Dr. Lewis Dijkstra – Overview of EU Cohesion and Regional Policy to 2020 [slides 1 & 2] [video]
  • Stephen Blair – New Regional Governance for Ireland: The Challenges and Opportunities Ahead [slides] [video]
  • Niall Cussen – Shaping the Next Generation of National and Regional Spatial Policies in Ireland [slides] [video]
  • Dr. Graeme Purves – Reviewing the National Spatial Strategy – the Scottish Experience in Preparing the National Planning Framework and Some Possible Lessons for Ireland [slides] [video]
  • Dr. Edgar Morgenroth – Spatial Development Patterns and the Implications For Ireland’s Medium Term Economic Strategy [slides]
  • Dr. Adrian Healy – Fostering Regional Recovery: Evidence and Insights from the ESPON Crisis Project [slides]
  • Dr. Chris Van Egeraat – Regional Economic Resilience: The Role of Industrial Structure and Inward Investment [slides]
  • Dr. Brendan O’Keeffe & Dr. Karen Keaveney – Energising Ireland’s Rural Economy: Spatial Development Messages from Current Government Policy – Signposts from CEDRA and Local Governance [slides]

Gavin Daly

 

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