An analysis of enforcement of the EU public procurement rules is of particular interest not only for those working in the field but also for those with a general interest in EU law or in enforcement of law.
The analysis in this publication concentrates on national enforcement of the EU public procurement rules for various reasons. The main reasons are that enforcement mainly takes place at national level and that there is recent, important and unclear legislation not covered in much detail in existing legal literature.
Furthermore, the comparative research agenda of the European Public Procurement Series makes it obvious and preferable to focus on the state of law in the Member States as there are remarkable variations and it is debatable whether they all are leading to effectiveness and compatible with the requirements of EU law.
1. Enforcement of the EU Public Procurement Rules: The State of Law and Current Issues
2. Many Different Paths, but Are They All Leading to Effectiveness?
3. Derogations from standstill period, ineffectiveness and remedies in the new tendering procedures: efficiency gains vs. risks of increasing litigation
4. EU Procurement Rules - A Report about the German Remedies System
5. Remedies in Public Procurement in Romania
6. An Overview of the United Kingdom Public Procurement Review and Remedies System with an Emphasis on England and Wales
7. Enforcement of EU Procurement Rules. The Italian System of Remedies
8. Enforcement of The EU Public Procurement Rules: Danish Regulation and Practise
9. Enforcement of the Public Procurement Rules in France
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