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EPPPL 4/2020 Out Now

Issue 4/2020 of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnerships Law Review (EPPPL) is out now! Concluding this testing year, the latest issue offers an outlook to the future and the impact procurement has on many sectors. Read articles on: a Dutch case study on innovation procurement in the elderly care; an analysis of local and clandestine forms of State aid and gradual curtailing based on practices in Poland's public utilites market; a Public Private Partnership (PPP) perspective on the value for money principle with a comparison of the British and the EU models; and finally, an inspiring view from Finland on how PPPs can be a solution for competition restrictions for local governments.

The country reports in EPPPL 4/2020 cover national developments in:

  • Albania: Innovation as a monitoring tool to strengthen law enforcement
  • Greece: Procurement for Covid-19, refugee crisis and implementation of the 2014 Directives
  • Italy: Consequences of software malfunctioning in e-procurement


View all articles of EPPPL 4/2020.

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