Mr Stefan Kah

Knowledge Exchange Fellow

European Policies Research Centre

Personal statement

Stefan Kah is a Research & Knowledge Exchange Fellow in EPRC and specialises in research on Alpine and South-Eastern Europe. He specialises in research on Alpine and South-Eastern Europe, where he has conducted a series of studies on regional policy and the design and implementation of EU Cohesion policy in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia and studies of regional development and regional policy in Switzerland. He is network manager of the IQ-Net consortium on the exchange of experiences with Structural Funds implementation and has undertaken evaluation research on a major ex post evaluation study of the management and implementation of the European Regional Development Fund. His interests also lie in rural development, specifically the role of food products as catalysts for regional development and landscape conservation in rural areas. He has carried out studies on food products and their role in preserving a cultural landscape in the Cinque Terre National Park in Italy, the Biosphere Reserve Großes Walsertal in Austria and in the context of a transnational project between Spain, Austria and Poland. Before joining EPRC, he worked as quality manager at the INTERACT Point ‘Managing Transition and External Cooperation’ in Vienna and in Switzerland on a feasibility project for the national park Parc Adula.

 

 

Publications

EU Cohesion Policy in Non-Urban Areas
Kah Stefan, Georgieva Neli, Fonseca Liliana
(2020)
Analysis of the Coordination of EU Funding Programmes in Selected EU Member States
Davies Sara, Bachtler John, den Hoed Wilbert, Kah Stefan, Michie Rona
(2018)
Integrated Territorial Development : New Instruments – New Results?
Ferry Martin, Kah Stefan, Bachtler John
IQ-Net Thematic Paper IQ-Net Thematic Paper, Vol 42, No. 2 (2018)
The Performance Framework in Cohesion Policy : Expectations and Reality
McMaster Irene, Kah Stefan
IQ-Net Thematic Paper IQ-Net Thematic Paper, Vol 41, No. 2 (2017)
Lessons learnt from the closure of the 2007-13 programming period
Ferry Martin, Kah Stefan
European Structural and Investment Funds Journal Vol 5, pp. 287-298 (2017)
Research for REGI - Lessons Learnt from the Closure of the 2007-13 Programming Period
Ferry Martin, Kah Stefan
(2017)
https://doi.org/10.2861/25187

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Professional activities

29th IQ-Net Conference
Participant
12/2010
31st Meeting of EoRPA
Speaker
10/2010
Food Lab conference
Speaker
9/2010
STRAT.AT Conference
Participant
9/2010
IQ-Net Conference
Participant
6/5/2010
Regional Studies Assocation conference
Speaker
5/2010

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Projects

Territorial Development Strategies
Ferry, Martin (Principal Investigator) Kah, Stefan (Research Co-investigator)
13-Jan-2021 - 31-Jan-2021
Study on Municipal use of EU Cohesion Funds in response to COVID-19
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Ferry, Martin (Co-investigator) Kah, Stefan (Co-investigator)
19-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2021
EU Cohesion Policy in non-urban areas
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Kah, Stefan (Co-investigator)
04-Jan-2020 - 03-Jan-2020
BE-Rural Bio-based strategies and roadmaps for enhanced rural and regional development in the EU (H2020 SC2 RUR)
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Davies, Sara (Co-investigator) Ferry, Martin (Co-investigator) João, Elsa (Co-investigator) Kah, Stefan (Co-investigator) Georgieva, Neli (Researcher)
Bio-based strategies and roadmaps for enhanced rural and regional development in the EU
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2022
Regional Policy in Europe: A Comparative Assessment (EoRPA_Switzerland)
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Davies, Sara (Co-investigator) Kah, Stefan (Co-investigator) Wishlade, Fiona (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2021
CZ_Coordination
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Davies, Sara (Co-investigator) Kah, Stefan (Co-investigator) Michie, Rona (Co-investigator)
Analysis of the coordination of EU funding programmes in selected EU Member States
02-Jan-2018 - 31-Jan-2018

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Address

European Policies Research Centre
Graham Hills Building

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