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Legal Remedies for Public Private Partnerships in China journal article

Ziwei Zhang

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 15 (2020), Issue 3, Page 216 - 224

Although improving the quality and efficiency of public services, Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are vulnerable to risks and disputes. Therefore, establishing effective legal remedies is of great significance to PPPs. In China, the existing regulations of remedies for PPPs have some problems, eg regarding aspects of the remedies’ subjects, triggering conditions, and methods. To improve PPPs’ legal remedies, the remedies’ subjects and triggering conditions should be broadened, the remedies’ methods should be reformed, and the applicable legal framework should be further improved. Keywords: public private partnerships, public procurement law, dispute resolution, legal remedies, China


Legal Analysis of State Support in Public Private Partnerships in Turkey journal article

Bahar Bayazıt

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 15 (2020), Issue 3, Page 209 - 215

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) became an important part of public service delivery in Turkey as many of the infrastructures are built via PPP models, even though there is a lack of harmonised and unified PPP legislation. State support is given to project companies in order to reduce the assumed risks and consequently ensure the value for money in PPPs. Even though state supports are expected to be a balancing mechanism so as to realize value for money in the projects, state support is given and paid to project companies so far in Turkey shows that they are used in order to attract the private sector into PPP projects rather than ensuring value for money. Keywords: guarantees, public private partnerships, State support, value for money, Turkey


The Value of the Value for Money Principle: journal article

From a Public Private Partnership Perspective

Christina D. Tvarnø

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 15 (2020), Issue 4, Page 282 - 291

The article concerns Public Private Partnerships and the value for money principle. The article presents an analysis of the British value for money principle, the lack of similar principle in the EU public procurement law and the importance of value for money in regard to Public Private Partnerships. This article does not question the key principles of transparency, equal treatment, proportionality, non-discrimination, and competition but discusses the value for money as a relevant legal instrument in regard to Public Private Partnerships in EU public procurement law. Keywords: Public Private Partnerships, value for money, public procurement law, Britain, EU law

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