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ESPON 2013 Programme Info Day on New Calls and Partner Café Call for Proposals ESPON 2013 Programme Info Day on New Calls and Partner Café Call for Proposals on Targeted Analyses

Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand Objectives • Provide evidence and knowledge Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand Objectives • Provide evidence and knowledge based on ESPON results on strengths and weaknesses of regions/larger territories from European perspective, giving regions the option to compare themselves to other regions, thereby finding competitive advantages for development and cooperation • Improve usefulness of ESPON results by testing new, experimental and innovative options • Provide analytical support and evidence based on ESPON results on thematic priorities in cooperation with other SF Programmes Geographical coverage of projects More limited than Priority 1 with greater geographical detail but Due to transferable character of projects entire ESPON territory benefits

Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand A two-step procedure towards targeted analysis Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand A two-step procedure towards targeted analysis • Submission of expressions of interest (Eo. I) by stakeholders (i. e. public authorities of EU 27+4, partnerships of regions and/or cities). Eo. Is approved by ESPON MC are basis for development of project specifications => • Call for proposals for targeted analyses mainly addressed to research institutes and universities with the necessary analytical capacity to carry out the analysis. Specific role of stakeholders in Priority 2 projects • Define content of projects and set up project specifications in cooperation with ESPON CU • Involved in selection of team of experts • Give guidance to targeted analysis (-> Steering Committee) • Apply project results in practice and disseminate results

Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand Implementation methodology Steering Committee guiding the Priority 2: Targeted Analyses based on User Demand Implementation methodology Steering Committee guiding the project, involving • Stakeholders • ESPON CU • TPG/team of experts • [Umbrella organisations, other interested stakeholders] Please note: For any questions in relation to any of the targeted analyses please contact the ESPON CU directly (not the stakeholders)

Call for Proposals on Targeted Analyses Outputs Delivery of outputs varies depending on project’s Call for Proposals on Targeted Analyses Outputs Delivery of outputs varies depending on project’s length, usually request for • Inception report • Interim report • Draft final report • Final report Presentation of project results at certain events are foreseen for all projects (see individual project specifications) • Max. budget foreseen should cover all costs for completing the study, incl. travel expenses and attendance at meetings • One single proposal will be selected for each of the 8 themes indicated

Best development conditions in European metropolises: Paris, Berlin and Warsaw (BEST METROPOLISES) Purpose: • Best development conditions in European metropolises: Paris, Berlin and Warsaw (BEST METROPOLISES) Purpose: • To assess current practices of policy development in the metropolitan areas of Warsaw, Berlin and Paris in relation to living conditions, mobility and governance • To provide knowledge on how to incorporate efficiently the concept of sustainable development into economic development strategies and how to approach multidimensional development problems in complex, multi-layer organisational and institutional contexts Group of Stakeholders: • City of Warsaw European Funds Department (Poland) • Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development (Germany) • City of Paris, International Relations Department, General Secretariat (France) Project length: October 2010 – April 2012 Budget: Max. 350. 000 €

Best development conditions in European metropolises: Paris, Berlin and Warsaw (BEST METROPOLISES) Envisaged results: Best development conditions in European metropolises: Paris, Berlin and Warsaw (BEST METROPOLISES) Envisaged results: • Comprehensive diagnosis of current situation of three metropolitan areas, pointing out main determinants of social, economic and spatial development processes • Identification of main development challenges and possibilities to cope with them • Information on how to raise the efficiency of metropolitan and local governance • New comparative insight based on exchange of experiences between cities involved • Practical “toolbox” for stakeholders offering a set of solutions (e. g. approaches, mechanisms, instruments, indicators) to be used to deal challenges of metropolitan development

Selective Migration and Unbalanced Sex Ratio in Rural Regions (SEMIGRA) Purpose: • Pointing out Selective Migration and Unbalanced Sex Ratio in Rural Regions (SEMIGRA) Purpose: • Pointing out reasons for and consequences of selective migration and unbalanced sex ratios in rural regions; • Developing strategies to stabilize regions affected by demographic shrinkage and a shortage of young women. Group of Stakeholders: • Ministry for Regional Development and Transport of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt (Germany) • Észak-Alföld Regional Development Agency Non-profit Limited Company (Hungary) • NORDA Regional Development Agency of North Hungary Non-profit Limited Liability Company (Hungary) • Joint Authority of Kainuu Region (Finland) • County Administrative Board of Västernorrland (Sweden)

Selective Migration and Unbalanced Sex Ratio in Rural Regions (SEMIGRA) Project length: October 2010 Selective Migration and Unbalanced Sex Ratio in Rural Regions (SEMIGRA) Project length: October 2010 – April 2012 Budget: Max 350. 000 € Envisaged results: • New findings on the impact of gender-related courses of actions, methods and procedures on regional development. • New insights in tacit knowledge and the potential of human capital. • Exploration of knowledge about particular potentials and fragilities of rural regions with unbalanced sex ratio structures.