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Public-Private Partnerships and Concessions in the EU: An Unfinished Legislative Framework

Edited by: Piotr Bogandowicz, Roberto Caranta, Pedro Telles

ISBN13: 9781839105005
Published: August 2020
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £90.00

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As public infrastructure, health and other services are being delivered more frequently through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and concessions, this timely book explores these complex contractual arrangements involving cooperation between public and private sectors. It considers how PPPs have become increasingly prevalent following the 2008 financial crisis and examines the applicable legal regimes that are still, to a large extent, unclear to many. Containing in-depth investigation into EU law and comparative national experiences in relation to PPPs and concessions in eight EU Member States and the UK, the contributions in this incisive book address the weak points in the current legal regime. Chapters analyse the risks faced by contracting authorities in connection to PPPs and concessions while highlighting good practices from different countries that may be considered for wider adoption across the EU.

Public-Private Partnerships and Concessions in the EU will be a key resource for scholars and students of public administrative law and businesses seeking to procure contracts to create PPPs, as well as being of value to practitioners and policy makers at both EU and national levels.

EU Law, Partnership Law
Table of cases
1. Regulation of PPP and concessions in European Union law – different but equal?
Piotr Bogdanowicz
2. An intellectual history of concessions and PPP law
Roberto Caranta and Paolo Patrito
3. Concessions and PPPs in Denmark
Carina Risvig Hamer
4. Public-private partnerships and concessions in France
Nicolas Gabayet
5. PPP and concessions in Germany
Christoph Krönke
6. PPPs and concessions in Italy: lots of good intentions, hindered by a highly complicated regulation
Katia Bonsignore and Mario E. Comba
7. Public-private partnerships and concessions in Poland: the story of the ugly duckling?
Piotr Bogdanowicz
8. PPPs and concessions in Portugal
Pedro Cerqueira Gomes
9. Concessions and PPP in Romania
Roxana Vornicu and Dacian C. Dragos
10. Works and service concession contracts: the way to boost PPP in Spain?
Patricia Valcárcel Fernández
11. The regulation of public-private partnerships and concession contracts in the UK
Pedro Telles and Aris Christidis
12. Challenges with concessions and public-private partnerships within the EU and national legal regimes
Pedro Telles