Establishment of Specialist Units at University of Nottingham, PPRG

In light of the expansion and increasing diversity of its activities the PPRG at the University of Nottingham has set up five specialist Units to co-ordinate and develop its work: Government Procurement in the WTO Head of Unit: Dr Ping Wang This Unit of the PPRG will undertake research on plurilateral and multilateral rules and initiatives […]

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Forum rules

Only academic members may post to the fora, although postings will be viewable by non-members. The fora will be moderated by the administration team. We reserve the right to look at the fora from time to time and remove posts that offend our use policy.  

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Privacy & Cookie Policy

The Public Procurement Research Group, The University of Nottingham (“we”) are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This policy (together with our terms of use and any other documents referred to on it) sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be […]

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Public Procurement Research Students’ Conference

Interest in the Public Procurement Research Students’ Conference has been such that it will now become a regular event on the Group’s calendar. The next conference is provisionally scheduled for September 2009. The conference confirms the PPRG’s interest in promoting the work of young scholars and researchers. The conference is aimed at research students of […]

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Disclaimer

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on the PLAN website at the time of creation and/or modification of the website, the consortium of Universities involved in the Asia-Link Project in Public Procurement Regulation: University of Nottingham, Copenhagen Business School, University of Malaya, Central University of Finance and […]

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Instititutional Members Application Form

Institutional membership is only open to institutions of Higher Education with the power to award degrees. Institutional profiles should be limited to a maximum of 500 words. Up to 5 web links may be included. For any queries concerning institutional membershipEmail: al.plan.admin@nottingham.ac.uk or Apply by filling out the form below   {chronoforms}form3{/chronoforms}

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You can contact the Procurement Law Academic Network at: Email: al.plan.admin@nottingham.ac.uk or by filling in the form below: {chronoforms}form1{/chronoforms}  

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Welcome to the Procurement Law Academic Network

The PLAN Network – Procurement Law Academic Network – is a permanent global network of academics (professors, researchers etc) interested in public procurement law and regulatory policy. The Network welcomes members working in any relevant discipline e.g. law, economics, business management, public policy and political science. Membership of PLAN and access to its facilities are FREE and […]

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