Added value of cross-border cooperation
INTERACT Point Vienna conducted two pilot studies aimed at testing joined evaluations of cross-border cooperation programmes in Central and South-Eastern Europe. A published report presents the outcomes, including main common findings of both studies, the description of the evaluation process, limitations and lessons learned from the exercise.
The study examines the specific added value of cooperation from the point of view of projects in 12 cross-border cooperation programmes. The particular prominent types of added value achieved by cross-border cooperations are a) new/ improved networks and partnerships, and b) various types of achievements. Please, find the report here.