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|Recent publication titled Gli Appalti Pubblici tra Regole Europee e Nazionali (Public Procurement between European and National Rules)|
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|Tuesday, 07 August 2012 16:07|
"Gli Appalti Pubblici tra Regole Europee e Nazionali" (Public Procurement between European and National Rules) is a collective book edited by Gian Antonio Benacchio and Michele Cozzio, and published by Egea in July 2012.
It is dedicated to the public procurement law and highlights the impact of EU rules over national law, addressing issues raised by the debate at EU level as well as the decisions of the Court of Justice, and drawing the attention of practitioners and scholars to the effects and consequences on the national public procurement system. Emphasis is given to the modernization of the rules, the evolution and development of the relationship between the state and market, and the requirements for participation in the market. Special attention is devoted to the tools for participation and competitiveness, to constraints on the discretion in awarding of tenders, the particular case of application of European rules, and to the protection of subjective legal positions. The solutions adopted by the Italian legislature are also examined to show how these, as well as interpretations expressed by the national courts, not always prove to be compliant with the EU directives. Finally, it highlights the latest legislative news and the process envisaged by the current rewrite of the European directives.
For more information, including the book's introduction and its table of contents please visit
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 August 2012 16:11|