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Public Service Partnerships as Instruments of Public Sector Management in the EU

Christopher Bovis


European States are changing their role and their responsibilities in the process of delivering public services. Recent developments have shown that public services require state intervention for their provision, organisation and delivery. Public services often emerge and interface in a sui generis market place which does not correspond to private markets. This axiom implies the relative inability of anti-trust law and policy to regulate this market place, alongside an o


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