The overall purpose of this study, on the implementation of the provisions in relation to the performance framework during the programming phase of the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds, is the development of an evidence-base on how the regulatory provisions relating to the performance framework have been applied in the programming phase. The findings will contribute to improving the implementation of the 2014-2020 programmes and feed into further reflections on the future of the policy.
Nordregio’s role in the project is to deliver national expertise for Denmark, which includes analysis of the Partnership Agreement and Operational Programmes, conducting interviews, and drafting a national report. 9 European Territorial Cooperation Programmes will also be covered in the analysis.
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