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Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government PARTNERSHIP DAY “Together for the Region”, NORTH HUNGARY MISKOLC, 18/03/2009 Regional partnership examples.

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1 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government PARTNERSHIP DAY “Together for the Region”, NORTH HUNGARY MISKOLC, 18/03/2009 Regional partnership examples in the Basque Country through the DEPURE project Iñaki Beristain – Director of Economy and Planning, Public Finance & Administration Department – BASQUE GOVERNMENT

2 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government CONTENTS 1.DEPURE Project: Regional partnership examples in the BC DEPURE Project Description Objectives of DEPURE DEPURE Organization Contribution to regional and local development through subprojects Contribution to regional and local development: Case of Basque Country Regional partnership: Stakeholders´ participation Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country Basque Model of Regional Development 2.Next “station”: Basque Model of Regional Development Basque Model of Regional Development New regional development strategies and actions

3 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government 1. DEPURE Project

4 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government DEPURE Project description Title: Développement d’un système durable pour la prise de DÉcisions PUbliques au niveau RÉgional dans l'économie de la connaissance Acronym: DEPURE Code of the project: 3S0144R Programme: INTERREG IIIC - Sud Instrument: Regional Framework Operation Timeline: 36 months Budget: € ERDF: Basque Government (Lead Partner): € (ERDF: €) Regione Toscana: € (ERDF: €) NORDA (North of Hungary): € (ERDF: €)

5 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government GENERAL OBJECTIVE Development of a Sustainable System that will allow the validation, evaluation and analysis of public decision making in knowledge economy Objectives of DEPURE

6 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Objectives of DEPURE SPECIFIC OBJETIVES : Provide regional authorities with tools that will support planning processes and public decision making. Evaluate the impact of public policies Reinforce co-operation and knowledge and experience exchange among administrations at regional and interregional level. Improve the effectiveness of regional development and cohesion instruments and policies Develop a mechanism for co-ordinated information collecting that will enable interregional benchmarking. Facilitate knowledge and experience exchange by means of innovative techniques. Develop a common approach capable of influencing regional policies and guaranteeing the integration of DEPURE results in participating regions’ policies.

7 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government DEPURE Organization Regional Committees (3): Monitoring of technical development and consensus building regarding project’s activities. Integrate the achieved results in regional policies. Integrate results in regional policies. Leaded by each DEPURE partner and participated by Regional Socioeconomic agents Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) Lead Partner INTERREGIONAL STEERING COMMITEE Regional Committee BASQUE COUNTRY Región Észak- Magyarországi Regional Committee Regione TOSCANA Regional Committee INTERREGIONAL TECHNICAL COMMITEE

8 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Contribution to regional and local development through subprojects Subproject 1 DEPURE Subproject 2 STRUCTURE Regional partners Subproject partners

9 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Contribution to regional and local development: Case of the Basque Country Characteristics of the intermediate entity: GARAPEN, the Basque Association of Development Agencies, was founded in 1992 and actually groups 25 Development Agencies of the three Basque Provinces. The phenomenon of the Local Development Agencies arises in the Basque Country at the beginning of the 80s, when the municipal governments tried themselves to palliate the high rate of unemploy- ment produced by the serious industrialist crisis of the region. In 1984 was created the first Basque Development Agency, also the pioneer at state level, and it was followed by many others, fomented from the municipal level and thanks to the support of the Regional Government and the Provincial Councils. GARAPEN was born in this context, to satisfy the need of an institution able to become a common place for all the agencies, a place where to exchange information, to offer support and to take advantage of the best of each Agency for the benefit of all of them.

10 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Contribution to regional and local development: Case of the Basque Country Characteristics of the intermediate entity: Regarding the participation of GARAPEN as intermediate entity in this RFO, where the key is the development of a co-operative work model through local-regional agents, the most important argument is that GARAPEN guarantees local participation. GARAPEN ensures this local participation in the Basque Region, since with the set of services of the associate agencies practically guarantees 90% coverage of the Basque population. GARAPEN is the unique local actor, whose presence supposes a multiplying effect in the actions and policies by its territorial multicapillarity. GARAPEN through their agencies works in multiple areas, meaning a cross-sectional presence in regional development. The Agencies belonging to GARAPEN’s experience of Urban Observatories can be used as a platform for updating Information to the Visualisation System, as well as becoming the most important instruments for strategic management of the territory.

11 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Regional partnership: Stakeholders´ participation in the Basque Country Basque Government (BG) Intermediate Entity (GARAPEN) Technical SecretaryOBSERVATORY Association of municipalities Municipalities Development agencies Province Councils Other Entities Departments of BG Organization Scheme Coordination Bodies Follow-up Commission (CS) Inter-institutional Coordination: DEPURE Regional Committee (CR)

12 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Regional partnership: Stakeholders´ participation in the Basque Country LISBON STRATEGY INDICATORS EU-25Basque Country Trend GDP per capita ,9125,6 2. Labour productivity ,9120,7 (2004) 3. Employment rate - Total62,463,857,566,5 (2006) - Female53,656,343,057,0 (2006) 4. Employment rate ,642,534,241,5 5. R&D Expenditure (% of GDP)1,871,851,421,43 6. Education level ,677,580,081,1 7. Compared price level100 85,090,0 8. Business investment (% of GDP)18,317,422,525,5 9. Risk-of-poverty rate16,0 (2004) 17,116,5 (2004) 10. Spreading of regional employment rates13,412,2 (2004) 5,6 (2001) 6,3 (2003) 11. Long duration unemployment rate3,9 6,51,4 (2006) 12. Greenhouse Gases Emission90,792,7 (2004) 123, Energy Intensity of the economy208,8204,9 (2004) 165,3163,6 (2003) RESULTS: PERFORMANCE ON THE LISBON STRATEGY INDICATORS

13 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country DATA BASE OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY LEVEL COMPETITIVENESS INDICATORS Model of competitive analysis developed by Michael E. PORTER Publication of “Indicators and Analysis of Local Competitiveness in the Basque Country”

14 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Distribution by sector of the employed population by County Activity and employment by County R&D business activities by County EXAMPLES Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country

15 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY

16 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Structure of the Observatory: Evaluation Model of Public Policies (EMPP) Surveillance System of the Regional Development (SVDR) TOOLSCOMMUNICATION Competitiveness Indicators STRATEGIC RESOURCES AREAS SECTIONS

17 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Follow-up of tendencies

18 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Analysis of information

19 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Follow-up of Projects

20 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Follow-up of indicators ESKUDAL DATABASE OF LOCAL COMPETITIVENESS

21 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Results of the intra-regional cooperation in the Basque Country REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT BASQUE OBSERVATORY Seguimiento de Indicadores Evaluation Model of Public Policies

22 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Basque Model of Regional Development 2. Next “station”: Basque Model of Regional Development

23 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government Basque Model of Regional Development

24 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government CORE ELEMENTS: Municipal Indicators (UDALMAP) Interregional Cooperation (DEPURE) Basque Regional Development Observatory (LUGABE): Surveillance System Competitiveness Indicators Evaluation Model of Public Policies Integration of European Cohesion Policies (Interreg IV) Others: Green Book on Regional Development Organization of Summer University courses Ad-hoc Publications: “Ekonomiaz”, Report on Municipal Competitiveness, etc. Higher cohesion and coordination among inter-institutional efforts Monitoring and follow-up mechanisms … and much more!!! New regional development strategies and actions

25 Economy and Planning Direction, Basque Government More information… (in spanish)www.depure.org (in spanish)Udalmap through


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