Journal Cover EPPPL - European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review
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  • Book Reviews
    • Abstract: Buying Defence and Security in Europe
      by Martin Trybus
      Cambridge University Press, 2014, 580 pp.The Future of Public Procurement Law within EU
      Public Procurement Law: Limitations, Opportunities
      and Paradoxes
      The XXVI FIDE Congress in Copenhagen, 2014, Congress
      Publications Vol. 3
      by Ulla Neergaard, Catherine Jacqueson, Grith Skovgaard
      Ølykke (Eds.)
      Djøf Publishing, 2014,
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:16:13 +010
       
  • Lithuania: New Subcontracting Regulation for Construction Contracts and
           its Impact on the ...
    • Abstract: The subject matter of the Lithuanian country report is the new regulation regarding the limitation
      of subcontracting for work contracts, the possible implications and controversy of
      the new regulations. The report focuses on the discussion on whether and how the new regulations
      correspond to the principles of equality, non-discrimination, freedom of movement,
      competition and opening markets to the SMEs.I. Introduction
      The Law on public procurement of the Repu
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:13:22 +010
       
  • Modification of Public Contracts
    • Abstract: Transposition and Interpretation of the new EU DirectivesThe new EU Directives on public procurement demand terminating the contract and issuing
      a new tender when a material modification is needed. Such a severe consequence is regulated
      by the Directives using more than desirable uncertain legal terms. This article intends
      to clarify those legal concepts by examining all cases of substantial and non-substantial
      modifications and also remedies appl
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:10:49 +010
       
  • Use of unsolicited proposals for new projects – the approaches in
           Australia
    • Abstract: This article sets out an overview of the unsolicited proposal process for submission of new
      project ideas to government. It focuses on the regulatory framework in Australia and recent
      experiences. In particular, it discusses the assessment criteria, the submission and evaluation
      process, how IP rights will be protected and the process after the initial submission.I. Introduction
      In Australia, there has been an increase in the use of
      unsolicited proposals rout
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:08:59 +010
       
  • Privatisation and Public Private Partnerships: Defining the Legal
           Boundaries from an ...
    • Abstract: PPPs as an innovative public procurement tool for the provision of public services and/or
      the construction of public works are nowadays globally presented, on the one hand as the newest
      and most important, on the other hand as the most advanced and flexible form of a lowerintensity
      privatisation method that indicates the withdrawal-retreat of the State from its
      public-character duties and functions. PPPs are therefore a species of privatisation having
      already develop
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:07:50 +010
       
  • Harmonisation of public-private partnership legislation: regional and
           international context of ...
    • Abstract: The objective of this article is to examine the key features of the recently adopted Model
      Law on Public-Private Partnerships for the CIS Countries (the “Model Law”), which the authors
      helped to develop, as an example of model regional legislation in the PPP sector, in the
      context of its potential role in the upgrading of PPP legal and regulatory frameworks of the
      CIS region and beyond and contributing to the promotion of harmonisation of approaches
      to the PPP reg
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:06:30 +010
       
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: After some progress recorded during the six previous rounds of negotiations, the Transatlantic
      Trade and Investment Partnership represents the biggest opportunity for liberalising
      trade between EU and USA. The process and prospect of reaching a deal within the end
      of 2015 resumes in February, with a number of pertinent issues requiring the attention of
      the parties, including procurement markets, infrastructure and network PPPs, data regulation,
      and privacy protection.
      PubDate: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:03:21 +010
       
 
 
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