A crucial part of Nordic cooperation consists of exploring, comparing and innovating the socioeconomic structures embedded in the Nordic model – or where Nordregio is concerned: provide policy input regarding development and planning practices across the Nordic Region.
Three so-called thematic working groups have been established to study selected areas of both rural and urban development as well as regional innovation overall.
The latest Nordregio Magazine highlights the status of this effort halfway through the current Nordic Cooperation Programme for Regional Development and Planning 2017-2020.
This takes us on a whirlwind tour of rural attractiveness, regional resilience, inclusive cities as well as urban-rural relations in a wider perspective – read more in the new issue of Nordregio Magazine.
- Young people not thriving in rural areas
- Regional Economic and Social Resilience: An Exploratory In-Depth Study in the Nordic Countries
- The status, characteristics and potential of smart specialisation in Nordic Regions
- Governing the digital transition in Nordic Regions: The human element
- The Compact City of the North – functions, challenges and planning strategies
- Population Change Dynamics in Nordic Municipalities – Grid data as a tool for studying residential change at local level
- Bringing attention back to the city centre – six Nordic examples