EPLG members Willem Janssen and Roberto Caranta co-edited the anthology “Mandatory Sustainability Requirements in EU Public Procurement Law. Reflections on a Paradigm Shift”. The book, published on 5 October 2023 by Bloomsbury Publishing, provides the first comprehensive appraisal of the paradigm shift towards mandatory sustainability requirements in EU public procurement law. The book includes novel sectoral studies on transport, food, clothing, and construction, discussing how change is taking place and what its major challenges are for the future. Chapters on Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and more, offer case studies of Member States that have already introduced mandatory requirements and highlight lessons learnt.
Professor and EPLG member Willem A. Janssen contributed to the book Public Procurement. Theory, Practices and Tools, co-edited by Jolien Grandia (Department of Public Administration and Sociology, Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Leentje Volker (Department of Civil Engineering and Management, University of Twente, Enschede).
Prof. Marta Andhov contributed to the report ‘Regulating for a sustainable and resilient single market: Challenges and reforms in the areas of state aid, competition, and public procurement law’, published by Etui in February 2023.
Joint Public Procurement and Innovation. Lessons Across Borders, a new book co-edited by EPLG Member Gabriella Margherita Racca and Christopher Yukins, and featuring, among many, a contrbiution from EPLG Member Dacian Dragos, is available to purchase on the publisher’s website (please visit this address)! From the publisher’s website: Innovation in public procurement is essential for sustainable and inclusive growth in an increasingly globalized economy. To achieve that potential, both the promises and the perils of innovation must be investigated, including the risks and opportunities of joint procurement across borders in the European Union and the United States. This in-depth research investigates innovation in public procurement from three different perspectives.…
This edited collection fills a significant gap in the literature by gathering contributions from the most prominent academics and practitioners of aid and procurement. It explores the economic, political and legal relationship between procurement and aid effectiveness in developing countries, and takes stock of current debates in the field.
EPLG Members Roberto Caranta and Carol Cravero contributed to the new book Public Procurement and Aid Effectiveness. A Roadmap under Construction, edited by Annamaria La Chimia and Peter Trepte (Hart, Oxford, 2019). The book is available here.
This book provides a timely analysis of transparency in public procurement law. In its first part, the book critically assesses a number of key matters from a general and comparative perspective, including corruption prevention, competition and commercial issues and access to remedies. The second part illustrates how the relevance of these aspects varies across member states of the EU.
Transparency in EU Procurements. Disclosure Within Public Procurement and During Contract Execution, a new book co-edited by EPLG Members Kirsi-Maria Halonen, Roberto Caranta and Albert Sanchez-Graells, is on pre-sale now (please visit this address)! From the publisher’s website: This book provides a timely analysis of transparency in public procurement law. In its first part, the book critically assesses a number of key matters from a general and comparative perspective, including corruption prevention, competition and commercial issues and access to remedies. The second part illustrates how the relevance of these aspects varies across member states of the EU.
What’s in this book: The first part of the book offers a unique reflection on enduring themes in public procurement law such as the following and concludes with some thoughts on some of the salient aspects of this recent episode of silent reform of EU public procurement law through CJEU case law: shaping of the scope of this regulatory regime; development of tighter criteria for the exclusion of candidates and tenderers; conduct of qualitative selection; consolidation of the court’s previous approach to technical specifications; new developments in tender evaluation; inclusion of contract performance clauses with a social orientation; and development of interpretive guidance concerning several aspects of the procurement…
Shaping EU Public Procurement Law: A Critical Analysis of the CJEU Case Law 2015–2017, a new book by EPLG Member Albert Sanchez-Graells and Constant de Koninck, is on pre-sale now (please visit this address)! Here is the Overview from the publisher’s website About this book: Shaping EU Public Procurement Law: A Critical Analysis of the CJEU Case Law 2015–2017 studies the continual development of European Union (EU) public procurement law through the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Tenderers of the EU Member States have to take into account the interpretation given by the CJEU of EU procurement law when putting into the market their public procurement…