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International Approaches to Conflicts of Interest in Public Procurement: A Comparative Review

James Jurich


This Article examines the current regulatory treatment of conflicts of interest and proposed changes to the public procurement regimes of the United States and the European Union. It suggests that a principal-agent model may be a useful tool for thinking about conflicts of interest and formulating policies capable of mitigating the risks posed by them to the integrity and legitimacy of public procurement

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