EPLG Members Caranta, Lichère, Telles and Trybus spoke at the Colloque Teckal in Lyon on 12 February 2020 🗓 🗺
EPLG members Roberto Caranta, François Lichère, Pedro Telles and Martin Trybus spoke at the Colloque L’exception in house, 20 ans après l’arrêt Teckal, that was organised on 12 February 2020 at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon III. Here is the flyer of the event.
XII Meeting of the EPLG Members was held in Turin on the 13th of September 2019. Discussions focused on Central Purchasing Bodies in the EU 🗓 🗺
This year´s meeting focused on Central Purchasing Bodies in the EU and addressed topics of interest from a general and comparative perspective. as well as national reports on the use of CPBs in the different EU Member States.
EPLG Members Butler, Roberto Caranta, Halonen, Racca and Trybus will be at the Public Procurement: Global Revolution IX 🗓 🗺
EPLG members Luke Butler, Roberto Caranta, Kirsi-Maria Halonen, Gabriella Racca and Martin Trybus will be at the Public Procurement: Global Revolution IX: see the programme at https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/conference/fac-socsci/pprg-global-revolution/documents/grix-programme-final-10-6-19.pdf
EPLG Members will speak at the PhD Colloquium on Public Procurement in Turin on 22 March 2019 🗓 🗺
EPLG Members Mario Comba, Roberto Caranta, Pedro Telles and Martin Trybus will be among the speakers conversing with the future generation of public procurement academics and specialist, on the occasion of the PhD Colloquium on Public Procurement that will be held in Turin on 22 March 2019. Here is the Colloquium flyer.
New issue of the EPPPL Review just out! (with contributions by several EPLG members)
The latest issue of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnership was just released. It contains articles by the following EPLG members: Roberto Caranta, Dacian Dragos, Pedro Telles, and Martin Trybus. You can download the table of contents here.
EPLG Members Spoke in Turin on September 22 on military procurement 🗓 🗺
On September 22, 2017, EPLG members Luke Butler, Roberto Caranta, Mario Comba, and Martin Trybus spoke at the conference International Public Procurement: comparing the EU and the US. The case of military procurement, co-organised at the Centro Congressi Torino Incontra of Turin, Italy, by the Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei, the Centro di Diritto Comparato e Transnazionale, the Law Department of the University of Turin, Confindustria Piemonte, Camera di Commercio Industria Artigianato e Agricoltura di Torino, with the support of Compagnia di San Paolo.
EPLG Members Spoke at the Copenhagen University on May 4 and 5 🗓 🗺
On May 4 and 5, 2017, EPLG members Piotr Bogdanowicz, Roberto Caranta, Dacian Dragos, Kirsi-Maria Halonen, Steen Treumer and Martin Trybus spoke at the international conference on Procurement beyond price: Sustainability and CSR in public purchasing, organised by Marta Andrecka at the Copenhagen University. Presentations are available at this link. Here are some pictures from the conference.
Qualification, Selection and Exclusion in EU Procurement
Qualification featured prominently in numerous public procurement disputes in the EU as it is of crucial importance to the outcome of EU tender procedures. This volume supplements the previous volume in the Series on the award phase. The book also considers the implications of the new Public Sector Directive 2014/24/EU with regard to the qualification phase, and provides an analysis of the implementation of the new Directive in a range of Member States. The publication is unique as it is based on a comparative approach covering diversified national approaches to EU public procurement law.
Research Handbook on EU Public Procurement Law
Research Handbooks in European Law series Edited by Christopher Bovis, University of Hull, UK Public procurement law is a necessary component of the single market because it attempts to regulate the public markets of Member States and represents a key priority for the European Union. This Research Handbook makes a major contribution to the understanding of the current EU public procurement regime, its interface with the law of the internal market and the pivotal role that this will play in the delivery of the European 2020 Growth Strategy. With contribution by: R. Caranta, D.C. Dragos, A. Sanchez Graells, M. Trybus http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/research-handbook-on-eu-public-procurement-law
EU Public Contract Law
This book analyses many aspects of the present EU regulatory framework for public contracts, especially public procurement, taking the ongoing reform process into account. First, several chapters discuss the regime of the Public Sector Procurement Directive 2004/18/EC governing the procurement activities of the EU Member States, the coverage of the Directive, qualification and technical specifications, procurement procedures, and award criteria.