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Within each EPRC research programme a range of projects are undertaken. These can be viewed by country or via a customised search (by keyword, member of staff, research programme etc). A number of the main recent research projects are highlighted below. Access is also provided to both the EoRPA and IQ-Net consortium pages; these are the two major EPRC research consortia.

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Selected EPRC Projects (click here for a full list of projects or click project title for more information)
European Economic Governance and EU Cohesion Policy European Parliament (2013-2014)
Regional development and policy in Europe: Contributions for the debate in Latin America EUROsocial - FIIAPP (2013)
Assessment of Multi-level Governance in Cohesion Policy European Parliament (2012-2013)
Financial Instruments. A Stocktaking Exercise in preparation for the 2014-2020 Programming Period European Investment Bank (2012-13)
Evaluating Regional Policies: EU and Brazilian Experiences Compared Brazilian Ministry for National Integration (2012)
Open Innovation in Scottish SMEs University of Strathclyde (2011-2013)
Evaluation of the Main Achievements of Cohesion Policy Programmes and Projects over the Longer Term in 15 Selected Regions (from 1989-1993 Programming Period to the Present) DG Regio (2011-2013)
Ex Post Evaluation of the Cohesion Fund (including former ISPA) - Work Package D: Management and Implementation DG Regio (2011-2012)
Major Consortium Projects (click project title for more information)
EoRPA (European Regional Policy Research Consortium)
- funded by ten European governments and specialising in the monitoring and comparative assessment of the regional policies of national governments
IQ-Net 'Improving the Quality of Structural Fund Programming' - a network funded by 20 regional authorities from ten EU Member States and specialising in comparative research on the management and implementation of Structural Fund programmes