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EU Public Procurement - Modernisation, Growth and Innovation: Discussions on the 2011 Proposals for Public Procurement Directives

Edited by: Grith Skovgaard Ølykke, Carina Risvig Hansen, Christina D. Tvarnø

ISBN13: 9788757428520
Published: July 2012
Publisher: DJOF Publishing
Country of Publication: Denmark
Format: Paperback
Price: £36.00

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On 9-10 February 2012, the law department at Copenhagen Business School and the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority organised an international conference on the modernisation of the EU procurement rules, "Public Procurement Days 2012 - Modernisation, Innovation and Growth".

A number of topics of relevance to the modernisation of the procurement rules were addressed, and many interesting debates took place. This book contains contributions based on some of the presentations given at the conference.

The purpose of this book is to contribute to the ongoing debate on the modernisation of the procurement rules by elaborating on the topics discussed at the conference, and we hope the book can be an inspiration for this debate.

EU Law
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Chapter 1: SME s and Public Contracts. An EU Based Perspective, Marta Fana and Gustavo Piga
Chapter 2: How Should the Relation between Public Procurement Law and Competition Law Be Addressed in the New Directive?, Grith Skovgaard Ølykke
Chapter 3: The Contracting Authority as Purchaser and Regulator: Should the Procurement Rules Regulate what we Buy?, Peter Trepte
Chapter 4: Are the Procurement Rules a Barrier for Cross-border Trade within the European Market? A view on proposals to lower that barrier and spur growth, Dr. Albert Sánchez Graells
Chapter 5: Flexible procedures or ban on negotiations? Will more negotiation limit the access to the procurement market?, Steen Treumer
Chapter 6: Beyond EU Law: the New "Public House", Dario Casalini
Chapter 7: International Organisations, Baudouin Heuninckx
Chapter 8: Why the EU Public Procurement Law should contain Rules that allow Negotiation for Public Private Partnerships, Christina D. Tvarnø
Chapter 9: Competitive Dialogue: Should Rules be Fine-tuned to Facilitate Innovation?, Pedro Telles
Chapter 10: Defining a Service Concession Contract Will the Proposed New Definition of Service Concession Contracts Increase Legal Certainty in the Field of Concessions?, Carina Risvig Hansen
Chapter 11: The Public Procurement Rules and Innovation, Michael Steinicke
Chapter 12: Can Secondary Considerations in Procurement Contracts be a Tool for Increasing Innovative Solutions?, Martin Burgi
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