Beyond “Absorption”: the Impact of EU Structural Funds on Greece (1981-2013) conference
“For Poland, structural funds were a sort of “Marshall Plan” and helped make up for the many years of backlog. At the same time, Poland has used them to strengthen fundamental transformation processes, which have been taking place in our country for the last quarter of a century” – said CIR’s President, dr Małgorzata Bonikowska, during the conference Beyond “Absorption”: the Impact of EU Structural Funds on Greece (1981-2013).
Participants analyzed the case of Greece and compared the effectiveness of the European cohesion policy in Italy, Romania and Poland. The event was organized by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Institute of Diplomacy and Global Affairs in Athens. The conference took place on September 19-20 in Athens.