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 IQ-Net 10th Anniversary Conference Glasgow June 2006

Welcome to the IQ-Net Website. IQ-Net is a network of regional and national partners across the EU whose aim is to improve the quality of Structural Funds programme management through exchange of experience. IQ-Net is managed by the European Policies Research Centre (EPRC) at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

To find out more about the development and activities of the network please visit the What is IQ-Net? page.

IQ-Net News (click here for more news items)

IQ-Net welcomes Polish region of Pomorskie to the network

IQ-Net is very pleased to welcome its 17th partner organisation. The Marshal Office of the Pomorskie Region manages a ERDF-ESF multi-Fund Operational Progra... (more)

Warm welcome to Croatia and Slovakia

The IQ-Net consortium is delighted to welcome two new members. Both the Croatian Ministry of Regional Dev... (more)

38th IQ-Net Conference (Northern Portugal) discusses challenges of monitoring and evaluation in Cohesion policy in 2014-20

Over 30 IQ-Net programme managers, together with Veronica Gaffey from the European Commission, met at the 38th IQ-Net conference in Vila do Conde, Northern ... (more)

37th IQ-Net Conference (Cheshire) discusses new integrated territorial instruments

IQ-Net programme managers, together with Merja Haapakka from the European Commission, met at the 37th IQ-Net conference in Cheshire (England) on 17-19 Novem... (more)

EPRC News (click here for more news items)

A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making

Dr Irene McMaster and Dr Arno van der Zwet contributed to a new book ‘A 'Macro-regional' Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evide... (more)

EPRC lead workshop “Arctic Connections: Regional Cooperation Network in the High North”.

On 3 September EPRC’s Irene McMaster, Arno van der Zwet and Heidi Vironen led a workshop exploring approaches to building greater regional collaboration i... (more)

EPRC financial instruments research contributes to Scottish Government Programme for Scotland

EPRC research on financial instruments contributed to the Scottish Government's recent report on the (more)

EPRC PhD opportunity: Governance in the 'purple zone' and policy performance

EPRC is offering a three-year full-time PhD studentship to investigate the effects of politicisation on EU Cohesion policy in Central and Eastern Europe. Th... (more)
IQ-Net Research Papers

Download/search from an extensive list of IQ-Net reports comparing the design, delivery and evaluation of Structural Funds
across the EU

IQ-Net Bulletin

The IQ-Net Bulletin provides topical information on international experiences of implementing EU structural policies.
Click here for
current and
previous issues.

IQ-Net Research Posters

To illustrate interesting partner approaches, IQ-Net prepares research posters in line with the conference theme
A selection of
posters can be
viewed here.

IQ-Net gratefully acknowledges the support of the European Regional Development Fund