Equivalent living conditions in Europe:
Between dissatisfaction and cooperation
(original title: Gleichwertigkeit in Europa – Zwischen Unzufriedenheit und Zusammenarbeit)
IzR 3/2019 (abstracts)
Many people are dissatisfied with the EU. In addition to individual characteristics such as education or age, geographical factors such as population density or long-term economic development are also a breeding ground. The new IzR issue shows which solutions work well for everyone and everywhere - in agglomerations, but also in the periphery. The authors describe how politics can support dependent regions and why more countries, regions, cities and citizens of the EU need to work together across borders and learn from each other.