EU Public Procurement Law and Nordic Labour Law: Recent Developments and Future Challenges

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Abstract

In this article I explore the interaction of EU public procurement law and Scandinavian labour law with special regard to the possibilities to include social considerations in a procurement process. I put a particular focus on
• the intersection of public procurement and equality/non-discrimination not only on grounds of nationality but also on grounds of gender, ethnic origin, religion, age, handicap and sexual orientation, and on
• the role of collective agreements in public procurement.
First, I briefly highlight the main features of the overall legal setting of EU and Scandinavian public procurement law and of the Nordic labour relations model.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelWhat is Scandinavian Law? : Social Private Law
RedaktørerPeter Wahlgren
Antal sider36
UdgivelsesstedStockholm
ForlagStockholm Institute for Scandinavian Law
Publikationsdatojan. 2007
Sider185-220
ISBN (Trykt)9789185142668
StatusUdgivet - jan. 2007
NavnScandinavian Studies in Law
Vol/bind50
ISSN0085-5944

Emneord

  • Offentlige udbud
  • Offentlige indkøb
  • Arbejdsret
  • Overenskomster
  • EU-ret
  • Norden

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