Janos Imre Adam

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Enyedi György Doctoral School of Regional Sciences
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SH1_02 - Development, economic growth
SH1_11 - Public economics, political economics, public administration
SH1_13 - International trade, economic geography
SH1_14 - History of economics and economic thought, quantitative and institutional economic history
SH3_09 - Spatial development, land use, regional planning
SH3_11 - Infrastructure, human and political geography, settlements
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History and present of many forms of cross border cooperation with focus on Bukovina and Silesia on Europe’s inner and outer borderlands.
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I'm a Master of Economics and International Relations from Budapest, Hungary and a Ph.D. student of the Szent István University in Gödöllő, Hungary at the Enyedi György Dorctoral School of Regional Sciences. I research cross border economic cooperation possibilities between the divided historical border regions of Europe with focus on Bukovina and Silesia. In case of Bukovina my research aims to highlight the importance to extend the good practices of inner EU cross-border cooperation programmes also to the outer borders of the Union, like the EU and Ukraine partnership (RO-UA ENI CBC e.g.), which could ensure a peaceful future path for these laid-back regions and even for the Danube Region as a whole. I attended a PhD mobility programme Erasmus Mundus and visited the Yuriy Fedkovich National University in Chernivtsi, Ukraine for 10 months in 2015. From September 2017 I followed my Professor Zoltán Hajdú to finish my PhD studies at the Szent István University in Gödöllő.

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