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European  Regional  Policy  2007-2013 Jaume Garau Taberner General Director of  European  Funds Mallorca, October 20, 2009
1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 ...
Why a European regional policy? Since the creation of the European Union as we know it today, economic and social cohesion...
Europe of the states
Per capita GDP in the EU regions (2004)
Pc GDP of the 27 MS Pc GDP between the regions
The EU’s budget <ul><li>1.126,5 M€ is shared out in the following way: </li></ul>Sustainable Development Competitiveness C...
The Lisbon Strategy Strategy to maintain and reinforce Europe’s economic role.  Lisbon is the General Framework used to de...
EU Regional Policy, 2007-13:  347 Bilion€ Programmes and Tools  Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81,...
ERDF:  European Regional Development Fund Priorities:  Innovation Aid for businesses Environment Accessibility Amount: 193...
EU Regional Policy, 2007-13
Per capita GDP in the EU regions (2004)
EU Regional Policy, 2007-13:  347 Bilion€  Programmes and Tools  Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81...
European Territorial Cooperation
1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 ...
Regional Policy in Spain, 2007-13
Spain puts forward its National Strategic Reference Framework  -Analysis of the socio-economic situation -Priorities for20...
Distribution of the ERDF and the ESF in Spain 2007-13 M. € ERDF ESF Convergence 19.480 14.587 4.893 Phasing Out 1.471 1.12...
1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 ...
Synthesis of the socio-economic diagnosis Weaknesses and Threats: -Insular nature, geographical discontinuity, limited ter...
Educational level of the population (between 25 and 64 years old (2002) Low Medium High
Regional Innovation index (2002-2003)
Density if train lines in relation to the population
GDP growth in relation to the unemployed (1995-2004)
EU Regional Policy, 2007-2013 Programmes and Tools  Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81,54%  251.163...
EU resources that are available for the Balearic Islands 2007-13 Funds M€  How it works Objective of competitiveness ERDF ...
Objective of the Balearic Islansd ERDF Operational Programme  2007-2013  General objective: Establish a competitive econom...
What has been achieved: 1) An increase in the resources received 2) The area of action has also increased  EU Finance Stat...
Achieve specific finance for the Balearics to compensate for its insular nature.  1) ERDF funds per resident and year  in ...
ERDF Operational Programme in the BI (2007-13) . TOTAL Finance  EU Contrib. AGE Contrib. CAIB Contrib Priority Axis1: Know...
<ul><li>Business % increase  Export (1,3% to 2%) </li></ul><ul><li>25 km. Railway Network </li></ul><ul><li>17 research ce...
1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 ...
Funds M.€  How it works Objective of competitiveness ERDF 107,2 Operational Programme ESF 34,4 Operational Programme Cohes...
Transnational cooperation programmes in which the Balearic Islands can submit projects
<ul><li>Community Programmes 2007-2013 </li></ul><ul><li>Some examples </li></ul><ul><li>Competitiveness for the growth of...
Jaume Garau Taberner General Director for European Funds Regional Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Palau Reial, 17, ...
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  • Objetivos, regiones subvencionables e instrumentos Durante el periodo 2007-2013, el FEDER, el FSE y el Fondo de Cohesión contribuirán a la consecución de tres objetivos: convergencia (FEDER, FSE y Fondo de Cohesión), competitividad regional y empleo (FEDER y FSE) y cooperación territorial europea (FEDER). Las regiones con un PIB inferior al 75 % de la media de la UE son subvencionables para el objetivo de convergencia, mientras que el resto tienen acceso al objetivo de competitividad regional y empleo. La subvencionabilidad geográfica dentro del objetivo de cooperación territorial europea se refiere a regiones transfronterizas o a aquellas situadas en zonas de cooperación transnacional, y se basa en una Decisión de la Comisión. En el Reglamento general se fijan los recursos financieros para los tres objetivos, así como el método para asignarlos. Los importes se expresan en precios de 2004. Los objetivos, las regiones subvencionables y las asignaciones son como se expone a continuación: El fundamento del objetivo de convergencia es promover unas condiciones y unos factores que mejoren el crecimiento y conduzcan a una verdadera convergencia de los Estados miembros y las regiones menos desarrollados. En una Unión Europea de veintisiete miembros, este objetivo se refiere a ochenta y cuatro regiones de diecisiete Estados miembros, en las cuales viven ciento cincuenta y cuatro millones de personas y cuyo PIB per cápita no supera el 75 % de la media comunitaria, y —sobre la base de una «exclusión gradual»— a otras dieciséis regiones con casi dieciséis millones y medio de habitantes y un PIB ligeramente por encima del umbral, debido al efecto estadístico de la UE ampliada. El importe disponible dentro del objetivo de convergencia es de 251 100 millones de euros, que representan el 81,5 % del total y se dividen de la siguiente manera: 189 600 millones de euros para las regiones del objetivo de convergencia, 12 500 millones de euros para las regiones de «exclusión gradual», y 61 600 millones de euros para el Fondo de Cohesión, que se aplica a quince Estados miembros. Fuera de las regiones del objetivo de convergencia, el objetivo de competitividad regional y empleo tiene como finalidad incrementar la competitividad, el atractivo y el empleo de las regiones, por medio de un planteamiento dual. En primer lugar, los programas de desarrollo ayudarán a las regiones a prever y promover el cambio económico por medio de la innovación y del fomento de la sociedad del conocimiento, el espíritu empresarial, la protección del medio ambiente y la mejora de su accesibilidad. En segundo lugar, adaptando la mano de obra e invirtiendo en recursos humanos se ayudará a alcanzar el objetivo de más y mejores puestos de trabajo. En una Unión Europea de veintisiete Estados miembros, serán subvencionables un total de ciento sesenta y ocho regiones, lo que supone trescientos catorce millones de habitantes. Dentro de éstas, trece regiones que albergan a diecinueve millones de habitantes constituyen las zonas de «inclusión gradual» y son objeto de asignaciones financieras especiales merced a su anterior clasificación como regiones del «objetivo nº 1». El importe de 49 100 millones de euros —de los que 10 400 millones de euros van destinados a las regiones de «inclusión gradual»— está justo por debajo del 16 % de la asignación total. Este objetivo afecta a regiones de diecinueve Estados miembros. El objetivo de cooperación territorial europea intensificará la cooperación transfronteriza mediante iniciativas locales y regionales conjuntas, así como la cooperación transnacional, que persigue un desarrollo territorial integrado, y la cooperación y el intercambio de experiencia interregionales. La población de zonas transfronterizas asciende a ciento ochenta y un millones setecientas mil personas (el 37,5 % de la población total de la Unión Europea), mientras que una de las trece zonas de cooperación transnacional existentes abarca todas las regiones y todos los ciudadanos de la Unión Europea. Los 7 750 millones de euros (un 2,5 % del total) disponibles para este objetivo se dividen como sigue: 5 570 millones de euros para cooperación transfronteriza; 1 580 millones de euros para cooperación transnacional; y 392 millones de euros para cooperación interregional.
  • Todo el territorio de la Unión se ve afectado por uno u otro objetivo. Para determinar la elegibilidad, la Unión Europea se basa en criterios geográficos basados en datos estadísticos o NUTS (Nomenclatura de Unidades Territoriales estadísticas) que ofrecen una división única y uniforme del territorio. Objetivos Convergencia y Competitividad Regiones elegibles en virtud del objetivo de convergencia. Son regiones cuyo PNB es inferior al 75% de la media del PNB de la UE 25. En España: Galicia, Andalucía, Extremadura, Castilla-La Mancha. Regiones elegibles en virtud del objetivo competitividad. Dentro del objetivo de competitividad se encuentran aquellas regiones no comprendidas en el objetivo convergencia. En España: Aragón, Baleares, Cantabria, Cataluña, Madrid, Navarra, País Vasco y La Rioja Además se establecen unos regímenes de ayuda transitoria: Regiones phasing-out o regiones de efecto estadístico. Son aquellas cuyo PNB es inferior al a media comunitaria de la UE 15 pero superior a la media de la UE 25. Se benefician del objetivo convergencia durante un período transitorio. (Asturias, Murcia, Ceuta y Melilla) Regiones phasing-in o regiones de efecto crecimiento. Son aquellas que estaban cubiertas por el objetivo 1 en 2006 y cuyo PNB excede el 75% de la de media de la UE 15. Se benefician del objetivo de competitividad y empleo. (Castilla y León, Comunidad Valenciana y Canarias).
  • Todo el territorio de la Unión se ve afectado por uno u otro objetivo. Para determinar la elegibilidad, la Unión Europea se basa en criterios geográficos basados en datos estadísticos o NUTS (Nomenclatura de Unidades Territoriales estadísticas) que ofrecen una división única y uniforme del territorio. Objetivos Convergencia y Competitividad Regiones elegibles en virtud del objetivo de convergencia. Son regiones cuyo PNB es inferior al 75% de la media del PNB de la UE 25. En España: Galicia, Andalucía, Extremadura, Castilla-La Mancha. Regiones elegibles en virtud del objetivo competitividad. Dentro del objetivo de competitividad se encuentran aquellas regiones no comprendidas en el objetivo convergencia. En España: Aragón, Baleares, Cantabria, Cataluña, Madrid, Navarra, País Vasco y La Rioja Además se establecen unos regímenes de ayuda transitoria: Regiones phasing-out o regiones de efecto estadístico. Son aquellas cuyo PNB es inferior al a media comunitaria de la UE 15 pero superior a la media de la UE 25. Se benefician del objetivo convergencia durante un período transitorio. (Asturias, Murcia, Ceuta y Melilla) Regiones phasing-in o regiones de efecto crecimiento. Son aquellas que estaban cubiertas por el objetivo 1 en 2006 y cuyo PNB excede el 75% de la de media de la UE 15. Se benefician del objetivo de competitividad y empleo. (Castilla y León, Comunidad Valenciana y Canarias).
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    1. 1. European Regional Policy 2007-2013 Jaume Garau Taberner General Director of European Funds Mallorca, October 20, 2009
    2. 2. 1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 Territorial cooperation policy and European projects
    3. 3. Why a European regional policy? Since the creation of the European Union as we know it today, economic and social cohesion has been one of the main pillars for European integration Specifically, the explicit objective is: “... Reduce the disparities between the levels of development of the various regions”. Articles 158 of the EC Treaty
    4. 4. Europe of the states
    5. 5. Per capita GDP in the EU regions (2004)
    6. 6. Pc GDP of the 27 MS Pc GDP between the regions
    7. 7. The EU’s budget <ul><li>1.126,5 M€ is shared out in the following way: </li></ul>Sustainable Development Competitiveness Cohestion Natural Resources Agricultural policy Rural development and protection of the Environment The EU as a Global Actor Citizenship, freedom, security and justive Other costs
    8. 8. The Lisbon Strategy Strategy to maintain and reinforce Europe’s economic role. Lisbon is the General Framework used to design regional policy in the EU 4 pillars 1. A more attractive place to invest and work 2. Knowledge and Innovation 3. More and better jobs 4. Solid macroeconomic base
    9. 9. EU Regional Policy, 2007-13: 347 Bilion€ Programmes and Tools Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81,54% 251.163M€ National and regional programmes (ERDF & ESF) Regions with a GDP/res < 75% than the average EU-25 Innovation Environment 70,5% 177.354m€ ERDF Statistical effect: Regions with a GDP/res. < 75% of the UE-15 and >75% of the EU-25 Accessibility Infrastructures Human Resources Administrative capacity 4,99% 12.251M€ Cohesion funds GNI/res. <90% of the average of the EU-25 Phasing-out for Spain Transport (TEN) Sustainable transport Environment Renewable energies 23,22% 12.251M€ 1,29% 3.250M€ Regional competitiveness & Employment objective     15,95% 49.127M€ National (ESF) and regional (ERDF) programmes List of regions (NUTS I or II) presented by the Member States Innovation Environment/ risk prevention 78,86% 38.742M€   Phasing-in. Regions covered by the old Objective 1 in the 2000-06 period and that are not elegible in the present Convergence objective Accessibility European Employment Strategy 21,14% 10.385M€ European Territorial Cooperation objective     2,51% 7.750M€ Crossborder, transnational and interregional programmes and networks, networks for the exchange of experiences (ERDF) Crossborder regions Transnational regions (list from the Commission) Interregional cooperation (all of the EU's territory) Innovation Environment/risk prevention Accessibility Culture, education 73,86% 5.576 M€ 20,95% 1.581M€ 5,19% 392M€
    10. 10. ERDF: European Regional Development Fund Priorities: Innovation Aid for businesses Environment Accessibility Amount: 193.000 m. € (shared with the ESF) ESF: European Social Fund Priorities: Labour Market Training Amount: 193.000 m. € (shared with the ERDF) CF: Cohesion Funds Priorities: Environment Transport (LARGE projects) Amount: 58.500 m. €
    11. 11. EU Regional Policy, 2007-13
    12. 12. Per capita GDP in the EU regions (2004)
    13. 13. EU Regional Policy, 2007-13: 347 Bilion€ Programmes and Tools Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81,54% 251.163M€ National and regional programmes (ERDF & ESF) Regions with a GDP/res < 75% than the average EU-25 Innovation Environment 70,5% 177.354m€ ERDF Statistical effect: Regions with a GDP/res. < 75% of the UE-15 and >75% of the EU-25 Accessibility Infrastructures Human Resources Administrative capacity 4,99% 12.251M€ Cohesion funds GNI/res. <90% of the average of the EU-25 Phasing-out for Spain Transport (TEN) Sustainable transport Environment Renewable energies 23,22% 12.251M€ 1,29% 3.250M€ Regional competitiveness & Employment objective     15,95% 49.127M€ National (ESF) and regional (ERDF) programmes List of regions (NUTS I or II) presented by the Member States Innovation Environment/ risk prevention 78,86% 38.742M€   Phasing-in. Regions covered by the old Objective 1 in the 2000-06 period and that are not elegible in the present Convergence objective Accessibility European Employment Strategy 21,14% 10.385M€ European Territorial Cooperation objective     2,51% 7.750M€ Crossborder, transnational and interregional programmes and networks, networks for the exchange of experiences (ERDF) Crossborder regions Transnational regions (list from the Commission) Interregional cooperation (all of the EU's territory) Innovation Environment/risk prevention Accessibility Culture, education 73,86% 5.576 M€ 20,95% 1.581M€ 5,19% 392M€
    14. 14. European Territorial Cooperation
    15. 15. 1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 Territorial cooperation policy and European projects
    16. 16. Regional Policy in Spain, 2007-13
    17. 17. Spain puts forward its National Strategic Reference Framework  -Analysis of the socio-economic situation -Priorities for2007-13 Main socio-economic problems <ul><li>Regions that have a lower GDP pc than the EU’s average </li></ul><ul><li>No regions achieve R+D+i objectives </li></ul><ul><li>Lack of public capital (infrastructures) </li></ul>
    18. 18. Distribution of the ERDF and the ESF in Spain 2007-13 M. € ERDF ESF Convergence 19.480 14.587 4.893 Phasing Out 1.471 1.120 351 Phasing In 4.128 2.909 1.219 RUP Canary Islands 490 490 Competitiveness 3.298 1.707 1.591 Total EEFF 28.867 20.813 8.054 ERDF R+D+i 2.248 2.248 TOTAL 31.115 23.061 8.054
    19. 19. 1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 Territorial cooperation policy and European projects
    20. 20. Synthesis of the socio-economic diagnosis Weaknesses and Threats: -Insular nature, geographical discontinuity, limited territorial extension, double insular nature -Small-scale economies: industrial and business atomization -Economic specialisation (tourism) and dependence on foreign situations. -Densely populated area and a high level of pressure on the limited natural resources. -Behind in matters concerning Researchm Development and Innvoation. Strengths and Opportunities: -Extraordinary geographical location and good flight connections with Europe. -Industrial sector for shoes, furniture and fashion jewellery -Diversification of the tourist amenity -Established activities, a good basis for R+D+i projects (agro-food, renewables, waste…) -Territorial integration in each of the islands Introduction to the Balearic Islands OP (Diagnosis and Objectives)
    21. 21. Educational level of the population (between 25 and 64 years old (2002) Low Medium High
    22. 22. Regional Innovation index (2002-2003)
    23. 23. Density if train lines in relation to the population
    24. 24. GDP growth in relation to the unemployed (1995-2004)
    25. 25. EU Regional Policy, 2007-2013 Programmes and Tools Elegibility Priorities Grant Convergence objective     81,54% 251.163M€ National and regional programmes (ERDF & ESF) Regions with a GDP/res < 75% than the average EU-25 Innovation Environment 70,5% 177.354m€ ERDF Statistical effect: Regions with a GDP/res. < 75% of the UE-15 and >75% of the EU-25 Accessibility Infrastructures Human Resources Administrative capacity 4,99% 12.251M€ Cohesion funds GNI/res. <90% of the average of the EU-25 Phasing-out for Spain Transport (TEN) Sustainable transport Environment Renewable energies 23,22% 12.251M€ 1,29% 3.250M€ Regional competitiveness & Employment objective     15,95% 49.127M€ National (ESF) and regional (ERDF) programmes List of regions (NUTS I or II) presented by the Member States Innovation Environment/ risk prevention 78,86% 38.742M€   Phasing-in. Regions covered by the old Objective 1 in the 2000-06 period and that are not elegible in the present Convergence objective Accessibility European Employment Strategy 21,14% 10.385M€ European Territorial Cooperation objective     2,51% 7.750M€ Crossborder, transnational and interregional programmes and networks, networks for the exchange of experiences (ERDF) Crossborder regions Transnational regions (list from the Commission) Interregional cooperation (all of the EU's territory) Innovation Environment/risk prevention Accessibility Culture, education 73,86% 5.576 M€ 20,95% 1.581M€ 5,19% 392M€
    26. 26. EU resources that are available for the Balearic Islands 2007-13 Funds M€ How it works Objective of competitiveness ERDF 107,2 OP (GD for European Funds) ESF 34,4 OP (GD for Training/Education) Cohesion Funds Local stretch 21 4 local entities must submit projects E: water and waste) Rural Development Plan FEADER 44,8 OP (GD for Agriculture) EU Fisheries sector EFF 4 OP (GD for Fisheries) European Territorial Cooperation Projects with other regions European projects Projects signed with the Commission
    27. 27. Objective of the Balearic Islansd ERDF Operational Programme 2007-2013 General objective: Establish a competitive economic base <ul><li>Priorities: </li></ul><ul><li>Competitiveness: Innovation, business development and knowledge ec </li></ul><ul><li>2. Energetic resources and access to transport services </li></ul><ul><li>Rural and urban sustainable development </li></ul>Introduction to the Balearic Islands’ OP (Diagnosis and Objectives)
    28. 28. What has been achieved: 1) An increase in the resources received 2) The area of action has also increased EU Finance State/CAIB Finance Total Investment 2000-2006 PROGRAMME 92,5 98,5 191 2007-2013 PROGRAMME 107,2 119,2 226,4
    29. 29. Achieve specific finance for the Balearics to compensate for its insular nature. 1) ERDF funds per resident and year in the Islands EU CAN <ul><li>Reason: </li></ul><ul><li>BI’s GDP pc is “higher” </li></ul><ul><li>“ The outermost regions indicated (…) will receive additional financing to that of the ERDF funds. The amount will be 35€ a year per resident, due to the regions’ specific limitations (1083/2006) </li></ul>IB SIC MAD COR SAR 2) INTERREG Funds Main challenge for the GD for Europan Funds
    30. 30. ERDF Operational Programme in the BI (2007-13) . TOTAL Finance EU Contrib. AGE Contrib. CAIB Contrib Priority Axis1: Knowledge economy (R+D+i, Information society), business innovation and design 126,6 63,26 21,7 41,6 Priority Axis 2: Environment and prevention of risks 6 3 0 3 Priority Axis 3: Energetic resources and access to networks and transport and telecommunication services. 67 27,5 0 39,5 Priority Axis 4: Rural and urban sustainable design 23,5 11,7 2,9 8,8 Priority Axis 5: Technical Assistance 3,4 1,7 0 1,7 TOTAL 226,4 107,2 24,6 92,6
    31. 31. <ul><li>Business % increase Export (1,3% to 2%) </li></ul><ul><li>25 km. Railway Network </li></ul><ul><li>17 research centres have benefited from this investment </li></ul><ul><li>32 urban regeneration projects </li></ul><ul><li>4 protected historical groups </li></ul><ul><li>60 newly created businesses (R+D+i) </li></ul><ul><li>Privat investment </li></ul><ul><li>1.441 businesses benefited from this investment </li></ul><ul><li>% renewable energy power / installed power: from 2,2% to 6% </li></ul>Outcomes of the investment
    32. 32. 1 Introduction to the EU’s Regional Policy 2007-13 2 Regional Policy in Spain 3 Regional Policy in the Balearic Islands 4 Territorial cooperation policy and European projects
    33. 33. Funds M.€ How it works Objective of competitiveness ERDF 107,2 Operational Programme ESF 34,4 Operational Programme Cohesion Funds Local stretch 21 Local entities Rural Dev. Plan EAFRD 44,8 Operational Progamme European Territorial Cooperation TRANSNATIONAL: INTERREG IV B SUDOE Projects submited together with other regions TRANSNATIONAL: INTERREG IV B MED INTERREGIONAL: INTERREG IV C European projects European Commission Projects sent directly to the Commission
    34. 34. Transnational cooperation programmes in which the Balearic Islands can submit projects
    35. 35. <ul><li>Community Programmes 2007-2013 </li></ul><ul><li>Some examples </li></ul><ul><li>Competitiveness for the growth of employment Citizenship </li></ul><ul><li>- VII Framework Programme RTD - Young people in action </li></ul><ul><li>- Life learning - MEDIA 2007 </li></ul><ul><li>- PROGRESS - CULTURA 2000 </li></ul><ul><li>- Innovation and CIP competitiveness - Citizens for Europe </li></ul><ul><li>- Public health and consummer </li></ul><ul><li>protection </li></ul><ul><li>Preservation and management of natural resources </li></ul><ul><li>Life + The EU as a Global Actor </li></ul><ul><li>- European neighbourhood </li></ul><ul><li>Freedom, Security and Justice financial instrument </li></ul><ul><li>Fundamental rights and justice - URB-AL III </li></ul><ul><li>Solidarity and migrational flows </li></ul>
    36. 36. Jaume Garau Taberner General Director for European Funds Regional Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy Palau Reial, 17, planta baixa. 07001. Palma 971 78 43 46 [email_address] Thank you for your attention
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