The Procurement Law Academic Network is currently maintained and financed by the Public Procurement Research Group, University of Nottingham, with the assistance of sponsorship funds from the Achilles Group.
The Network was originally established through the European Commission's Asia Link Programme, as part of the project for an EU-Asia Inter-university Network for Teaching & Research in Public Procurement Regulation (Jan 2008-Jan 2011). The project consortium was led by the University of Nottingham (UK); other consortium members were Copenhagen Business School (Denmark), University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Central University of Finance and Economics (China), University of Malaya (Malaysia) and Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics (China).
|Mon Mar 17|
BANGOR UNIVERSITY (UK) - PROCUREMENT WEEK 2014
|Thu Mar 27 @09:00 - 04:00PM|
EU Procurement Update Conference (by Achilles) in London, UK
|Fri Apr 11|
Workshop: "How do Governance Complexity and Financial Constraints affect Public‐Private Contracts? Theory and Empirical Evidence" (University of Padua, Italy)
|Wed May 28|
XXVI FIDE Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark
|Thu Aug 14|
IPPC6: Public Procurement in an Austere Time