Nordic Institute of Regional Policy Research (NordREFO)
Institut nordique pour la recherche en matière de politique régionale
Nordiska Institutet för Regionalpolitisk Forskning (NordREFO)
Nordisk Institut for Regionalpolitisk Forskning
Pohjoismainen Aluepoliittinen Tutkimuslaitos
1966, following a recommendation of D-XD2984 - Nordic Council (NC). Became, 2 Apr 1979, a permanent institution on the general budget of D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM), with effect from 1 Jan 1980. Comes within the remit of Nordic Committee of Senior Officials for Regional Policy (EK-R / NÄRP / NERP). Ceased to exist on decision of NMR, 1997, when merged with U-XK0910 - Nordiska Gruppen för Regional Analys (NOGRAN) and U-XF5562 - Nordic School of Planning to form E-XE2795 - Nordregio - an international research centre for regional development and planning (Nordregio), 1 Jul 1997.
Coordinate and undertake policy-relevant research on issues of regional development; promote exchange of information and disseminate information about regional policy research through the Nordic countries and across professional boundaries.
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