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Transatlantic Defence Procurement: EU and US Defence Procurement Regulation in the Transatlantic Defence Market


ISBN13: 9781107115514
Published: February 2017
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00
Paperback edition not yet published, ISBN13 9781107535824



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This volume constitutes the first ever attempt to establish a basis for comparative research on defence procurement regulation. For decades there has been repeated emphasis on the extent to which barriers to trade in Europe and the US prevent a more competitive defence market.

Transatlantic Defence Procurement offers a first analysis of the potential impact of defence procurement regulation itself as a barrier to trade between the US and EU. Part I examines the external dimension of a new EU Defence Procurement Directive, focusing on its implications for third countries, in particular the US.

Part II examines foreign access and treatment under US law. Part III maps a future research agenda that is essential for a more systematic understanding of legal barriers to transatlantic defence trade. The book provides context for future initiatives, ranging from reformed market access arrangements to a Defence Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and beyond.

Subjects:
Public Procurement
Contents:
Preface
1. The transatlantic defence market in the context of defence trade cooperation
2. Sources of EU defence procurement law
3. Excluded contracts under the defence directive and cooperative procurement
4. Third country modes of participation in the EU market for defence procurement
5. The defence directive as a potential barrier to trade with the United States
6. Sources of US federal defence procurement law
7. Foreign participation in open competition under US law
8. Non-competitive procurement under US law
9. US law on foreign acquisition
10. Government-to-government contracts and offsets
11. Regulating defence procurement in a transatlantic defence market and beyond: plotting a legal discourse.