ISBN: 978 1 80037 040 1
Publication date: December 2021
Price: HB list price £115.00; HB Member price £103,50; eBook £25.00
Extent: 368 pp pp
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Series: European Procurement Law series
Fanette Akoka, Marta Andhov, Martin Burgi, Luke Butler, Roberto Caranta, Mario Comba, Dacian Dragos, Åsa Edman, Patricia Valcárcel Fernández, Pedro Cerqueira Gomes, Kirsi-Maria Halonen, W.A. Janssen, Christoph Krönke, François Lichère, Alice Manzini, Paweł Nowicki, Gabriella M. Racca, Carina Risvig Hamer, Albert Sanchez Graells, Fredo Schotanus, Judy Yueh Ling Song, M.A.J. Stuijts, Steen Treumer, Martin Trybus, Steven Van Garsse, Roxana Vornicu
Through comprehensive comparative analysis, this book investigates competition law and SMEs, economic and management perspectives, and centralised public purchasing during the COVID-19 pandemic within the sphere of CPBs and joint procurement. Chapters explore the use of procurement techniques and electronic instruments by CPBs and the liability and remedies perspectives of CPBs and their users.
Providing a complete overview of CPBs structure in different Member States and the aspects of joint procurements, Centralising Public Procurement will be of interest to students and scholars of European and commercial law. It also offers important insights for CPBs themselves, practitioners and policy-makers, as well as contracting authorities using CPBs in the different Member States.
Published by Edward Elgar Publishing, this book is part of the European Procurement Law series. Please find it here.