Award of Public Contracts as a Means to Conferring State Aid: A Legal Analysis of the Interface Between Public Procurement Law and State Aid Law

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Afhandlingen undersøger grænsefladen mellem statsstøtteretten og udbudsretten med henblik på at analysere, hvornår tildeling af offentlige kontrakter tildelt af ordregivende myndigheder udgør statsstøtte i henhold til artikel 107, stk. 1, TEUF. Artikel 107, stk. 1, TEUF forbyder enhver støtte ydet af en medlemsstat eller gennem statsmidler i enhver form, som fordrejer eller truer
med at fordreje konkurrencen ved at begunstige visse virksomheder eller visse produktioner, for så vidt som den påvirker samhandelen mellem medlemsstaterne. Tildeling af offentlige kontrakter er underlagt procedureregler i udbudsdirektiverne, hvori der er fastsat særlige regler og procedurer for indgåelse af offentlige kontrakter. Desuden kan offentlige kontrakter under
særlige omstændigheder tildeles direkte uden udbudsprocedure. Disse situationer refereres der til i afhandlingen som lovlig direkte tildeling af kontrakt. Tildelingen kan være lovlig uden udførelse af en udbudsprocedure, f.eks. fordi kontraktens værdi ligger under de grænser, der er fastsat i direktiverne. Endelig kan der opstå situationer, hvor tildeling af en kontrakt direkte til den økonomiske aktør falder ind under udbudsdirektivernes anvendelsesområde og derfor skulle have været gennem en udbudsprocedure. Sådanne situationer betegnes i afhandlingen somulovlig direkte tildeling af kontrakter. Denne afhandling analyserer, i hvilket omfang statsstøtteregler finder anvendelse i ovennævnte situationer.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedFrederiksberg
ForlagCopenhagen Business School [Phd]
Antal sider285
ISBN (Trykt)9788793579675
ISBN (Elektronisk)9788793579668
StatusUdgivet - 2018
NavnPhD series
Nummer10.2018
ISSN0906-6934

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Award of Public Contracts as a Means to Conferring State Aid : A Legal Analysis of the Interface Between Public Procurement Law and State Aid Law. / Fanøe Petersen, Cecilie.

Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd], 2018. 285 s. (PhD series; Nr. 10.2018).

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