Research Projects

The influence of EC public procurement law on the procurement systems of Member States.

9th December 2008

PhD Research Topic: The influence of EC public procurement law on the procurement systems of Member States. Sylvia de Mars, PPRG, University of Nottingham ¬† Sylvia’s ¬†research project will examine the manner and extent to which EU regulation of procurement has influenced the regulation public procurement in Member States, including the extent to which this […]

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The Impact of the EC Procurement Rules on Corporate Responsibility in the Supply Chain

9th December 2008

PhD Research Topic: The Impact of the EC Procurement Rules on Corporate Responsibility in the Supply Chain: a Study of Utilities Eleanor Aspey, PPRG, University of Nottingham ¬† Eleanor’s research project will examine the effect of the EC procurement legislation on the implementation of corporate social responsibility policies by the UK utilities. The project aims […]

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New Book Project: Public Procurement Regime in China

8th December 2008

Dr Ping Wang’s new book on China’s public proucrement law reform and its integration into the international framework, i.e. the GPA will be finished by Feb 2009. Since the launching of market-oriented economic reform in 1978, public procurement has increased rapidly in importance in China. In order to regulate the fast-growing procurement activities, China’s public […]

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EU Asia Inter-University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation

31st October 2008

Under the European Union’s Asia Link programme the University of Nottingham (Project leader: Professor Sue Arrowsmith) was awarded 450000 Euros as leader of a five member consortium for a three year project running from January 2008 to January 2011 to develop a global academic research and teaching network in the area of public procurement regulation. […]

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Regulation of Public Procurement in Africa

31st October 2008

Sue Arrowsmith, Sope Williams and Annamaria La Chimia of the Public Procurement Research Group (PPRG), School of Law, University of Nottingham are engaged in a three-year project on public procurement in Africa, in collaboration with Dr Geo Quinot of the University of the Stellenbosch and Professor Phoebe Bolton of the University of the Western Cape, […]

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