Public Procurement Law Review: new issue out with articles on competition and corruption, contract and public law, and procurement reform in Croatia

PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW REVIEW (2017) Issue 2

Table of contents

  • Promoting competition and deterring corruption in public procurement markets: synergies with trade liberalisation
    (Robert D. Anderson, William E. Kovacic, Anna Caroline Müller)
  • Interplay between contract and public law in Ghana: implications for major construction contracts and transparency
    (Joseph Mante, Issaka Ndekugri)
  • EU procurement reform – the case of Croatia
    (Ema Menđušić Škugor)
  • Improving access for SMEs to cross-border defence procurement
    (Rhodri Williams QC)
  • Exclusion of a bidder for non-payment of social security contributions: the EU Court of Justice ruling in case C-199/15 Ciclat Soc. Coop
    (Adrian Brown)
  • Right of access to an effective legal remedy in the context of public procurement – requirement for a good conduct guarantee in order to gain access to review procedures: joined cases C-439/14 Star Storage and C-488/14 Max Boegl Romania
    (Susie Smith)
  • The boundaries of permissible negotiation on mandatory contract requirements within a negotiated procedure with prior publication of a contact notice: case C-561/12 Nordecon AS, Ramboll Eesti AS v Rahandusministeerium
    (David McGowan)
  • Subcontracting and parallel public passenger transport procurement rules: case C-292/15, Hormann Reisen GmbH v Stadt Augsburg, Landkreis Augsburg
    (David McGowan)
  • Reconciling equal treatment and proportionality when dealing with errors in tenders: Dem-master Demolition Ltd v Renfrewshire Council as Lead Authority for Scotland Excel
    (Jennifer Marshall)
  • Saving time and saving lives: when is lifting the suspension not automatic? Perinatal Institute v Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership
    (Rory Ashmore)
  • Automatic suspension lifted in Scottish healthcare case: Boston Scientific Ltd v Common Service Agency
    (Rory Ashmore)
  • GEM Environmental Building Services Ltd v London Borough of Tower Hamlets
    (Kate Gough)

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