Different territorial levels of Romanian-Hungarian cross-border cooperation
|Published in:||The frontier worker - new perspectives on the labor market in the border regions|
|VerfasserIn:||Toca, Constantin Vasile|
|Year of Publication:||2013|
|Publisher:||C.H. Beck (Bucharest)|
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|Publication Type:||Article, Chapter, etc., Electronic|
The Romanian-Hungarian border has evolved in time from a closed, guarded border to an open one after 1989, a period when the success of cross-border cooperation models in Europe were taken on by the two nations, either as an Eurometropolis, or as Euroregion, operating with a series of instruments and institutions that facilitated cooperation within various areas of cross-border interest; these instruments have been gradually adapted until the present days when new ones replaced the old ones, the latest instrument being the EGTC.