Call for expressions of interest: 7th Public Procurement Research Students Conference at the University of Nottingham (UK) on 8th-9th September 2016

The Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG) at the University of Nottingham (UK) is pleased to announce it will be holding the 7th Public Procurement Research Students Conference on 8th-9th September 2016. The PPRG has already organised six conferences for PhD students who are researching on issues related to procurement law and regulation in 1999, 2003, […]

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Public Procurement Law Review (2016) Issue 2

Table of contents   – Framework procurement contracts in the Ethiopian public procurement law (TH Bahta) – The evolving concept of works and service concessions in European Union law (FL Hernández González) – The European Commission’s recent report, “Economic efficiency and legal effectiveness of review and remedies procedures for public contracts” (R Williams) – New […]

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Recently published book: “Damages in EU Public Procurement Law” by Hanna Schebesta

“Damages in EU Public Procurement Law” by Hanna Schebesta (Springer, 2016) The book surveys the enforcement of EU law through the lens of damages claims for violations of EU public procurement rules. The first part clarifies the requirements on damages claims under both public procurement and general EU law, notably the public procurement remedies directives […]

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Save the date: Public Procurement Global Revolution VIII on 12-13 June 2017

The next conference, Global Revolution VIII, will again be held at the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham, UK and will take place on 12-13 June 2017. Please register your interest to obtain your advance notice and, if you have any themes/topics to propose, please send your suggestions to Dr. Peter Trepte at peter.trepte@nottingham.ac.uk   […]

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Recently published book titled “Private Financing of Public Transportation Infrastructure – Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships”

Recently published book titled “Private Financing of Public Transportation Infrastructure – Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships”, WENDELL C. LAWTHER and LAWRENCE L. MARTIN (eds), Lexington Books (October 2015) This book is based on a research project funded by the Florida Department of Transportation. Contributing authors include internationally known public private partnership experts Graeme Hodge and Carsten Greve. The book […]

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New visiting scholars at the Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG)

The Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG) at the University of Nottingham, UK is happy to welcome two new scholars as part of their visiting programme scheme: Mr Livio Girgenti from the University of Milan Bicocca and Chaeyoon Jeong from the Government of the Republic of Korea. Livio will be in residence until the 29 of […]

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Public Procurement Law Review (2016) Issue 1

Table of contents   Israel’s mandatory tenders reform: one very large step forward – a response to Arie Reichby Benhamin Shmueli Application of the CISG to international government procurement of goodsby Cesar Pereira Privatising Public Prisons: Labour Law and the Public Procurement Processby Amy Ludlow Case: C-203/14 Consorci Sanitari del Maresme: definition of “court or […]

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Calls for entries for the first Rosie Choueka Memorial essay prize, open to all students

The Procurement Lawyers’ Association is proud to announce its inaugural essay competition. This annual competition has been established in memory of Rosie Choueka, a committed and hard-working member of the PLA’s Executive Committee who sadly passed away this year following a valiant fight against breast cancer.Rosie had a passion for public procurement law which the […]

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Learning Lab on Public Procurement and Human Rights

The Public Procurement Research Group (Dr Aris Georgopoulos and Dr Annamaria La Chimia), along with the Harrison Institute at Georgetown University Law Center, the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) and the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR),  co-organized the first international workshop of the Learning Lab on Public Procurement and Human Rights. The workshop took […]

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Public Procurement Law Review (2015) Issue 6

Table of content The 2009 reform of Israel’s mandatory tenders regulations: one step forward, two steps backward?by Arie Reich What are the prospects for concluding work on China’s GPA accession in 2015?by Jean Heilman Grier Does a taxi reimbursement system for medical patients in Finland constitute a service concession under EU procurement law? Case C-269/14 […]

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