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CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme helps to improve living and working conditions in your region. Take a look at the CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library to find out what our projects do.

The Output Library collects (case) studies, surveys, analyses, inventories, guidelines and other interesting products from all our projects. Each output is connected with specific keywords.

Searching for a keyword or clicking on one of them in the tag cloud below will show you a list of relevant documents. 

You can also search thematically according to colour: innovation, transport, environment, energy, demographic change, cultural heritage, cross-cutting topics.


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This paper contains a concise description of demographic changes which took place in Opole in the period of systemic and economic transformation in the years 1989-2009, a comparison of the current population situation in the capital of the Opole province with other cities of the province rank as well as short information concerning the course of the forecasted demographic
processes and challenges for the regional development policy resulting from it.

Project:Via Regia + - Via Regia plus - Sustainable Mobility and Regional Cooperation along the Pan-European Transport Corridor III
Countries:Germany, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Brain drain, Demographic change, Entrepreneur(ship), Human capital, Knowledge, Labour market, Young people

The Inventory was compiled on the basis of existing methodologies and studies on the relationship between labour markets and the regional economies. On the one hand, it focuses on the kinds of personal, vocational, linguistic, social skills and competences that are needed for a successful vocational life (“new-skills-for-new-jobs”). On the other hand, it takes into account the concrete current and predicable future economic situations of the involved partner regions.

Project:ET-struct - EconomicEducational Territorial - Structure
Countries:Austria, Other country, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia
Tag(s):Education, Young people, Entrepreneur(ship)

Involving younger generation in landscape management and development of visualisation tools.

Project:VITAL LANDSCAPES - Valorisation and Sustainable Development of Cultural Landscapes using Innovative Participation and Visualisation Techniques
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Cultural heritage, Cultural infrastructure, Culture, Environment, Natural heritage, Young people, ICT

Each case study suggets how to actively counteract the trends of demographic change

Project:YURA - Developing transnational transversal youth strategies in regions with migration
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland
Date:April 2011
Tag(s):Demographic change, Regional development, Young people

Youth strategies for regions with migrants

Project:YURA - Developing transnational transversal youth strategies in regions with migration
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland
Date:April 2013
Tag(s):Demographic change, Regional development, Young people

Benchmarking in Yura project developing yout strategies

Project:YURA - Developing transnational transversal youth strategies in regions with migration
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland
Tag(s):Demographic change, Regional development, Young people

The study provides a clear picture how needs of young innovators are currently covered in Inplace regions in relation to the pre-defined twenty key supporting services. The study provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the status quo as well as includes hints to InoPlaCe project partners, service providers and policy makers on the gaps in each region in relation to supporting services to young innovators and suggests how the regional performance could be improved.

Project:InoPlaCe - Improving of Key Supporting Services for Young Innovators across Central Europe
Countries:Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Date:September 2013
Tag(s):Innovation, Young people

Entrepreneurship in Booming Sectors in CENTRAL EUROPE

Project:ET-struct - EconomicEducational Territorial - Structure
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Ukraine
Tag(s):Education, Entrepreneur(ship), Young people

The purpose of this document is to describe the work that was carried out in the final Work Package of the ET-struct project, and to present the two project core output documents, which were developed. The goal was to ensure the sustainability of ET-struct’s core outputs, transnational as well as regional, after the project end and to bring all existing results and methodologies under one roof.

Project:ET-struct - EconomicEducational Territorial - Structure
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia
Tag(s):Education, Entrepreneur(ship), Young people

The study aims at providing a clear picture how needs of young innovators are currently covered in different regions in relation to the pre-defined twenty key supporting services. The study provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of the status quo, however, the ambition is to go beyond merely stating where the partner regions stand.

Project:InoPlaCe - Improving of Key Supporting Services for Young Innovators across Central Europe
Countries:Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Innovation, Young people

WOMEN project analyses the issues related with migrate of young women living in rural, remote and sparsely populated areas. It touches the crucial question of equivalent living conditions in European peripheral and core areas.

Project:WOMEN - Realising a Transnational Strategy against the brain-drain of well-educated young women
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Brain drain, Young people, Rural areas