Members

Albert Sanchez-Graells

Albert Sanchez Graells

Bogdana Neamtu

Bogdana Neamtu is Associate Professor, PhD in public administration and chair of the Public Administration and Management Department at Babes-Bolyai University, Romania. She also co-directs together with prof. Dacian Dragos the Center for Good Governance Studies, a unique research entity focused on advancing interdisciplinary research in areas such as administrative transparency, Europeanization of the Romanian […]

Carina Risvig Hamer

Carina Risvig Hamer, is an associate professor at the University of Southern Denmark. She holds a PhD in public procurement law from Copenhagen Business School from 2012. The topic of her Thesis was “Public contracts, not covered, or not fully covered, by the Public Sector Directive” DJØF Publishing 2012. Prior to her employment at the […]

Dacian Dragos

Dr. Dacian C. DRAGOS is Jean Monnet Professor of Administrative and European Law, Public Administration Department, Babes Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania; EU expert for the implementation of the Administrative Procedure Code in Albania. Vice-president of the Scientific Council of the University; former Vice Dean and then Acting Dean of the Faculty of Political, Administrative […]

François Lichère

François Lichère

Gabriella M. Racca

Gabriella M. Racca (gabriella.racca@unito.it) is Full Professor of Administrative Law and Deputy Director of the Department of Management of the University of Turin. She is in charge of the Italian Unit of the EU project on Healthy Ageing and Public Procurement of Innovation funded by the EU Commission (DG Enterprises) for a EU joint procurement […]

Kirsi-Maria Halonen

Dr. Kirsi-Maria Halonen currently holds the position of University Lecturer in Commercial Law at the University of Lapland, Finland. Her doctoral dissertation, which she successfully defended in 2015 at the University of Turku, Finland, concentrated on the interplay of Public Procurement Law and Contract Law, specifically on consequences of a contractual ineffectiveness between a contracting […]

Luke R. A. Butler

Dr Luke R A Butler researches broadly in the fields of public contracting and regulated industries, spanning disciplines as diverse as EU law, public law, contract law, commercial law, socio-legal studies and regulation. Luke has a particular interest in defence procurement and the regulation of defence trade. He is the author of Transatlantic Defence Procurement […]

Marcin Spyra

Mario Comba

Mario Comba (born 1965) is professor of public comparative law at the University of Torino (Italy). He is President of the University Institute of European Studies and Director of the Master “Public procurement management for sustainable development” jointly managed by the University of Torino and ITC-ILO Turin. He is member of both the research networks […]

Martin Burgi

Prof. Dr. Martin Burgi (born 1964) is Professor of Public and European Law (since1999) and director of the only research institute in Germany for Public Procurement Law and Administrative Cooperations, founded in 2004 at the Ruhr-University Bochum and moved to the LMU Munich, where he holds a chair at the law faculty. He is a […]

Martin Trybus

Martin TRYBUS, LL.M., Ph.D., is Professor of European Law and Policy and Director of the Institute of European Law at the Birmingham Law School of the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom and Senior Research Fellow at RAND Europe. He has published widely on EU defence regulatory issues and especially defence procurement law and is the […]

Patricia Valcárcel

Patricia Valcárcel is Associate Professor of Administrative Law (with the qualification for Full Professor), at the University of Vigo (Spain). She holds a Ph.D. in Law (Summa Cum Laude and Extraordinary Doctorate Prize). She has been visiting scholar in different Universities, such as the Università degli Studi di Firenze (Italy), Universidade da Lusíada (Lisbon, Portugal); or […]

Pedro Telles

Dr. Pedro Telles is an expert in public procurement regulation, interested in analysing the law in context and changing practice. To this end most of his research to date has a mixed methods approach (law with social sciences and quasi natural experiments) which led to him giving evidence to the Local Authorities Select Committee at […]

Piotr Bogdanowicz

Piotr holds Ph.D. in European Union Law (summa cum laude). He is an assistant professor (adiunkt) in European law at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw. He teaches EU institutional and economic law, EU public procurement law and State aid (the latter at the Warsaw School of Economics). Piotr is the author […]

Roberto Caranta

Roberto Caranta is full professor with the Law Department of the University of Turin (Italy). Director of the Master program Gouvernance et management des marchés publics en appui au développement durable – GOMAP organized by his University and the ITCILO. He is often consulted by EU and MS institutions. He is working on institutional issues of […]

Sara Richetto

Sara Richetto was born in Turin the 27/04/1985. She has been practicing as a Lawyer at the Turin Bar since 2011. Her professional activity focuses on litigation and advisory activity on public procurement, public-private partnership, utilities, state aid to private companies, zoning and building permission, and the environment. Her scientific works include: “Tutela giurisdizionale e […]

Steen Treumer

Steen Treumer is Professor of Public Procurement Law and Privatization Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. He published his prize awarded Ph.D.-dissertation in 2000 on the principle of equal treatment of tenderers in the EU public procurement rules. His numerous international publications on public procurement law include many in the leading international journal Public Procurement Law […]