Public Procurement Law Review: new issue out with articles on relations between the EU and the BRICS, and the legal framework for procurement of euro banknotes

Public Procurement Law Review (2017), Issue 3


Table of Contents

The use of public procurement as a non-tariff barrier: relations between the EU and the BRICS in the context of the new EU trade and investment strategy (N C Rodrigues)

The legal framework for procurement of euro banknotes by the ECB and national central banks and the deficit in its application (M Gabriel, K Weiner)

Public procurement, foreign convictions and the Canadian ineligibility and suspension policy of the integrity regime: some of the issues to grapple with (J D Mujuzi)

Optional ground for exclusion for grave professional misconduct and the requirements for proportionality, equal treatment and transparency: C-171/15 Connexxion Taxi Services (S Smith)

Is a transfer of competences between contracting authorities a public contract? Case C-51/15 Remondis (S Smith)

Clarification of the exemption for “in-house” awards of public contracts: the EU Court of Justice ruling in case C-553/15 Undis Servizi Srl v Comune di Sulmona (A Brown)

The implementation of the new EU Procurement Directives (continued) (R Williams)

Energy Solutions EU Ltd v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: (judgment no.3) (P Henty)

Revision of the policy and guidance for steel procurement in major UK projects (R Ashmore)