Search the Internet site
Home | Publications | Publications | 2017 | Regional cooperation – Learning from practices

Regional cooperation – Learning from practices

Summary and recommendations of the SER advisory report: Regionaal samenwerken: leren van praktijken, 17 February 2017 (2017/01).

A wide variety of regional partnerships can be found in the Netherlands, indicating a pressing need for consultation and networking, but also giving rise to administrative complexity. The advisory report focuses in particular on forms of cooperation that involve employers and employees (and their representative organisations), for example economic boards, regional development agencies, provincial social and economic councils, and labour market regions.

The demands made on the regional level – and therefore on regional cooperation – are growing. This follow-up advisory report considers how to make the practice of regional cooperation more effective by addressing six areas of tension.

Download Summary and recommendations

Regional cooperation – Learning from practices (PDF, 159 kB)