Regional development of Ukraine: analytical report

The group of advisers on the state regional policy implementation in Ukraine of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme prepared the analytical report “Regional Development of Ukraine, January-September 2017” (DOWNLOAD).

The report contains the following chapters:

  1. General trends

  2. Regional dimension

  3. Funding of regional development at the expense of the State Fund for Regional Development (SFRD)

  4. Competition of regional development projects

  5. On draft laws

  6. Regional development in the media

  7. Possible risks and challenges

The report includes data to better understand the processes of state regional policy implementation at the national and regional levels.

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