Award of Contracts in EU Procurementaf Mario Comba
The award phase is of crucial importance for the outcome of the competition for the contract and it is therefore not surprising that it has been considered in thousands of public procurement disputes in the Member States of the EU.The subject of this book has for obvious reasons already received scholarly attention in the many books and articles on EU public procurement law. However, the existing literature has seldom been based on a comparative approach covering a broad range of Member States of the European Union with diversified national approaches to EU public procurement law. The present publication is original in this sense and consequently provides the reader with an insight that cannot be found elsewhere. IndholdsoversigtForeword by the Editors of the European Procurement Law SeriesAward of contracts covered by the EU Public Procurement rules in Denmark - by Steen TreumerAward of contracts covered by the EU Public Procurement rules in France - by Francois LichereAwarding of Contracts in German Procurement Law - by Martin BurgiAward of contracts covered by EU Public Procurement rules in Italy - by Roberto Caranta & Mario E. CombaAwarding of Contracts in Polish Procurement Law - by Marcin Spyra & Piotr SzwedoLaw - by D. Dragos, B. Neamtu & R. SuciuAward Criteria and Award-Related Challenges under Spanish Public Procurement Law - by Albert Sanchez GraellsAwarding of public contracts in the United Kingdom - by Pedro TellesRejection of abnormally low and non-compliant tenders in EU public procurement: A comparative view on selected jurisdictions - by Albert Sanchez GraellsThe electronic award of public procurement - by Gabriella M. RaccaList of CasesList of ContributorsIndex
- 25. November 2013
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