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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Public Procurement: International Cases and Commentary

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Edited by: Louise Knight, Christine Harland

ISBN13: 9780415394055
Published: June 2007
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £47.99

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This international casebook focuses on the increasingly important issue of public procurement. The result of a major international research study, it combines cases with editorial commentary and contextualizing chapters to maximise learning opportunities.

The sixteen detailed cases investigate public procurement on a regional, national and international level. Edited by a team of internationally recognised experts, they cover several countries and continents, illustrating strategies and innovations as well as common problems. Each case concludes with a number of questions to allow an in-depth understanding and to aid the book’s use as a teaching text and the eight link chapters take the case study evidence further to explore a number of themes.

In combining descriptions of public procurement cases with cross-case analysis, this book draws out key dimensions to enable further analysis and development

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Local Government Law, International Trade
1. Public Procurement: Global Big Spending
2. Public Procurement in Perspective
3. Public Procurement Reform in Australia: A Federal-State Evaluation
4. Procurement in the English National Health Service
5. Dutch Healthcare Organization and Financing: Recent Reform and its Impact on Purchasing
6. Budget and Organization Reform: Impact on Public Procurement in Belgium
7. US Federal Government Procurement: Structure, Process and Current Issues
8. Public Procurement in Germany: A Purchasing Cooperative for Energy Sourcing at the German Aerospace Centre
9. The Features and Recent Reforms of Government Procurement in Singapore
10. Public Procurement: A Pillar of Good Governance?
11. The Purchasing Process in Public Procurement
12. Procurement in the United Nations System
13. Consortia Purchasing for Higher Education in Canada, US, UK and Australia
14. Consortia Purchasing and Logistics in Kuopio Area: Lessons Learned from a Four Year Project
15. The Development of Procurement Education: The Queensland (Australia) Experience
16. e-Procurement: A Cross Jurisdictional Comparison
17. The Fraud/Red Tape Dilemma in Public Procurement: A Study of US State and Local Governments
18. A New Era: How to Improve Procurement Services to Clients Presented by Public Works and Government Services Canada
19. South African Provincial Government Reform: Using a Shared Services Model to Transform ‘Back-Office’ Support in Gauteng Province
20. E-Commerce and Information
21. People in Public Procurement
22. Co-operative Purchasing in the Public Sector
23. Procurement: A Strategic Weapon for Change
24. Challenges for Public Procurement