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Title Borders in Central Europe after the Schengen agreement / Tomas Havlicek, Milan Jerabek, Jaroslav Dokoupil, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]

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Subject Schengen Agreement (1985 June 14)
Borderlands -- Europe, Central.
Geopolitics -- Europe, Central.
Human geography.
International relations.
Europe, Central -- Boundaries.
Alt Name Havlíček, Tomáš,
Jeřábek, Milan,
Dokoupil, Jaroslav,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction (Milan Jerabek) -- Part I: European Integration, Borderlands and Schengen -- Chapter 1. Changing European Union: the Schengen Agreement (Petr Dostal) -- Chapter 2. The Development of Borderlands as a Part of European Process of Integration (Jaroslav Dokoupil) -- Chapter 3. Phenomenon of Schengen -- Fact or Fiction? (Tomas Havlicek) -- Chapter 4. Euroregions as a Platform for Cross-Border Cooperation (Milan Jerabek) -- Chapter 5. Institutionalisation of Cross-Border Cooperation: the Role of the Association of European Border regions (Martin Guillermo Ramirez) -- Part II: Case Studies -- Internal and External Schengen Borders -- Chapter 6. The Example of Swiss Borderland with a Focus on Euregio Basiliensis/Tri Rhena (DE/FR/CH) (Walter Leimgruber) -- Chapter 7. Development of the Slovak Borderlands with an Emphasis on the Situation after Schengen: internal and external borders (Marian Halas) -- Chapter 8. Eastern Borderland of the Baltic States as the External Border of Schengen (Josef Miskovsk) -- Chapter 9. Silesian Identity across the Internal Borders of the EU (Tadeusz Siwek) -- Part III: Research in the Model Euroregions on the Czech Borderlands -- Chapter 10. The Quality of Life and Cross-Border Relation in Selected Czech Euroregions (Alena Matuskova) -- Chapter 11. The Building of Cross-Border Region Using the Example Euroregion Silva Nortica -- on the Way from Closed to Open Borders (Tomas Havlicek) -- Chapter 12. Cross-Border Community Expression of Open Civil Society on the Example of the Euroregion Elbe/Labe (Frantisek Zich) -- Chapter 13. Conclusions: The borderlands after Schengen -- self-sufficient, oscillatory and/or transit regions? (Milan Jerabek).
Summary This book is the result of research into the considerable impacts the signing of the Schengen Agreement has had on the border regions of the signatory, in particular the Central European internal borders. The analysis provides an in-depth look at European integration, development and perception at the state level as well as in the selected border regions of Central Europe. The book discusses results from population questionnaires in this region, and presents the most important features of development of border regions within Central European internal borders/borderlands after the Schengen Agreement. This book is suitable for students and researchers dealing with the borderlands, but also outlines sufficient information to be of interest to regional planners and policy makers.-- Provided by publisher.
This book is the result of research into the considerable impacts the signing of the Schengen Agreement has had on the border regions of the signatory, in particular the Central European internal borders. The analysis provides an in-depth look at European integration, development and perception at the state level as well as in the selected border regions of Central Europe. The book discusses results from population questionnaires in this region, and presents the most important features of development of border regions within Central European internal borders/borderlands after the Schengen Agreement. This book is suitable for students and researchers dealing with the borderlands, but also outlines sufficient information to be of interest to regional planners and policy makers.
ISBN 9783319630168 (electronic bk.)
3319630164 (electronic bk.)
3319630156
9783319630151
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-63016-8
OCLC # 1004359288
Additional Format Print version: 3319630156 9783319630151 (OCoLC)991817657


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